The MFR program partners with a diverse group of military and civilian stakeholders to plan and carry out community capacity building initiatives that improve military family readiness.
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Interpretation Examples of stakeholder groups include military and civilian leaders, service providers, institutions, and residents including Service members and their families.
The MFR program’s procedures for communicating and collaborating with its stakeholders include:
The MFR program and its stakeholders conduct periodic assessments of community need and existing resources to identify and analyze:
Interpretation Examples of community characteristics include population statistics, age, marital status, household size, racial and ethnic background, language spoken, educational levels, employment rates, income, and health statistics.
Examples of strategies that may be used to gather assessment information include surveys; one-on-one interviews; focus groups; reviews of existing demographic information, research, and literature; visits to community centers and other gathering places; media analysis; and utilizing the results of assessments already conducted by third parties.