Standards for Military Family Readiness programs

2020 Edition

Generic Service Summary Supplement Definition

Purpose

The Generic Service Summary Supplement validates strong processes, procedures, and structures for programs that are not being reviewed under a specific COA service section.

Definition

This supplement should be completed for any program that is not being reviewed under a specific COA service section. Speak with your COA Coordinator prior to completing this supplement to determine its applicability to your program.

2020 Edition

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Note: The following documents must be available on-site for review:

  • Outreach strategies and informational materials
  • Job descriptions
  • Training curricula
  • Documentation of training attendance

Additionally, the following activities will be conducted during the site visit:

  • Interview:
    1. program director
    2. relevant staff
    3. individuals and families served
  • Review unofficial employee files
Self-Study Narrative Evidence
  • Provide an overview of the different services being accredited under this section. The overview should describe:
    1. the service philosophy and approach to delivering services;
    2. eligibility criteria; and
    3. any unique or special services or supports provided to specific populations.
  • Address staffing patterns and staff competencies by providing:
    1. Service-specific staffing chart that includes lines of supervision.
    2. List of program personnel that includes:
    3. name;
    4. title;
    5. degree held and/or other credentials;
    6. staff classification (e.g.contractor, government employee, FT/PT, volunteer, etc.);
    7. length of service at the program; and
    8. time in current position.
  • Table of contents of service-specific training curricula not already addressed in MIL-HR 2
  • Provide any other information you would like the Peer Review Team to know about this program.
  • As applicable, a list of activities or classes including, for each activity or class:
    1. the type of activity/class;
    2. whether the activity/class is short-term or ongoing;
    3. how often the activity/class is offered;
    4. the average number of participants per session of the activity/class, in the last month; and
    5. the total number of participants in the activity/class, in the last month
  • A list or description of service-specific outcomes and outputs being measured