The MFR program provides educational, enrichment, and prevention services to Service members, couples, and families to help them:
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The MFR program conducts a local needs assessment and offers educational, enrichment, or prevention services that address the needs and preferences of its customers.
Interpretation Examples of relevant topics include problem solving and decision-making; managing, coping with, and relieving stress and anger; interpersonal relations and communication; introduction to the military culture and lifestyle; available military and civilian resources and how to access them; developing supportive networks; life transitions; personal growth and future aspirations; managing grief and loss; and recognizing the signs and symptoms of various behavioral health conditions.