Standards for Military Family Readiness programs

2020 Edition

Administrative and Service Environment Introduction

Purpose

The MFR program’s administrative and service environments contribute to program effectiveness and are respectful, safe, and accessible. 

Introduction

The Administrative and Service Environment standards provide a model for managing risk through practices such as offering accessible facilities, complying with applicable health regulations and codes, maintaining MFR program facilities in a safe and hygienic manner, and preparing for emergencies. 

2020 Edition

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Note: The MIL-ASE standards were revised in July 2017 to reflect current practice. For more information please see the MIL-ASE Update Summary

Note: For more information on which of COA’s standards will be included as part of the Peer Review Team’s facility observation, please see the following tool: Facility Observation Checklist – MFR.

Note: Please see MIL-ASE Reference List for a list of resources that informed the development of these standards.
 
Self-Study Narrative Evidence
  • Supervision policy and procedures including, but not limited to, supervision during:
    1. one-on-one interactions between children/youth and staff (MIL-ASE 4.02)
    2. the start and end of an activity or event (MIL-ASE 4.04)
    3. emergencies (MIL-ASE 4.05)