Regional Health Command Central
The Army places significant value on military and personal readiness.
Family readiness is nested within the Surgeon General’s priorities.
Mission: Support the Warfighter and their Families by reinforcing the direct link between Family and Operational Readiness, regardless of the location.
Vision: A community unified and sustained by resilient, informed, empowered, and self-reliant Families.
Phone: 210.221.0327 (DSN: 421)
The TAFP is comprised of a network of agencies, programs, services and individuals working in a collaborative manner to promote military Family readiness in RHC-C commands.
The RHC-C Family Programs POCs stay connected and informed through bi-monthly meetings with Family Readiness Support Assistants, Family Readiness Liaisons, Family Readiness Volunteers, and Command Team Representatives to provide regulatory and policy guidance within the Command.
The Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) program provides a mechanism for all demographics who comprise the Army’s global force--Soldiers (Active Army and Reserve Components), retirees, DA civilians, and Family members, including survivors, to identify quality of life that impact the Total Army Family.
Organization Inspection Plan (OIP) Program
These evaluations measures performance against a standard and that should identify the cause of any deviation. All inspections start with compliance against a standard. The OIP provides the commander with an organized management tool to identify, prevent, or eliminate problem areas.