Family Emergency Response The Family Emergency Response Program manages the development and implementation of CNIC’s response plans to provide assistance to the Navy family during a natural or man-made disaster. The program provides analysis and evaluation of the effectiveness of family support, disaster response and emergency preparedness. It ensures that Family Readiness Programs are entrenched in emergency response protocols, plans and exercises at all levels of Navy emergency management.
Family Employment Readiness Program (FERP) Frequent relocations associated with military life create tremendous career and employment challenges for military spouses. FFSC employment specialistscanassistmilitaryspousesand familymembers inachievingtheiremploymentgoalsbyprovidingemploymentassistance and job search resources. Family members can utilize the Career Development Resource Center (CDRC) for employment workshops, career planning, resume assistance and job search resources. Personal Financial Management Provides individualizedassistance,workshops,andeducational seminars to stimulate a change in personal financial behavior to promote financial responsibility and accountability.
What does N91 mean to me?
NRMA: N91 serves Sailors and DoD civilians directly with Counseling, Advocacy and Prevention, Work and Family Life, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, and Navy Gold Star programs. Installation: N91 serves Sailors, families, retirees, and DoD civilians directly with Counseling, Advocacy and Prevention, Work and Family Life, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, and Navy Gold Star programs.
Programs include: Million Dollar Sailor Car Buying Strategies Marriage and Money Home Buying
Paying for College Blended Retirement System Thrift Savings Plan Art of Money Management
Transition Assistance Program (TAP) The primarymission of TAP is to better prepare eligible servicemembers and their families to transition out of military service by providing career and transition support services, including career readiness workshops, career counseling, the 3-day TAPworkshop, 2-day Career Tracks, and the Capstone Event, to all eligible service members and spouses.
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