The MFR program coordinates access to an array of workshops, assessments, services, and supports to prepare separating Service members and their families for the transition from active duty to civilian life.
Interpretation For the purposes of these standards "separating Service members" refers to discharged, released from active duty, or retiring men and women, both officer and enlisted. Transition services may also be offered to Department of Defense civilian personnel and their spouses under specific situations when regulation permits. In some cases, access to specific TAP benefits may be limited due to length or character of service.
NA TAP is available only through referral to providers outside the MFR program.
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The MFR program provides pre-separation counseling to eligible Service members to:
The MFR program documents pre-separation counseling using DD Form 2648 or DD Form 2648-1 and completed forms are:
The MFR program assists the separating service member in translating his or her military skills, training, and experience into civilian credentials.
Interpretation As part of translating military skills, training, and experience, counselors should refer customers to the Verification of Military Experience and Training (VMET), “Application for the Evaluation of Learning Experiences During Military Service" (DD Form 295) and “O*NET.”
The MFR program provides customers with information on transition related services, including:
Interpretation The Department of Labor Employment Workshop, a mandatory component of Transition GPS, satisfies element (c) of this standard. Mandatory VA benefits briefings and relevant components of the GPS Core curriculum satisfy elements (b) and (d) of this standard.
The MFR program supports delivery of Department of Labor (DOL) and Veteran's Affairs (VA) sponsored workshop and briefings in accordance with established Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) by: