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JBLM Armed Forces Family Action Plan (AFFAP)
is an Service member-wide program put in place to improve Service Member's quality of life. Through AFFAP, all Service members, including active, Reserve, and National Guard , retirees, surviving spouses, DA civilians and their Family members have a forum to voice concerns to JBLM leadership and make recommendations for change.
How it works:
The local AFFAP process is made up of delegates from all over the installation, including all Service members, Family — active duty, Reserve, DA civilians, Family members and retirees. All their input and experience goes into working the issues and finding resolutions.
Have been responsible for hundreds of legislative, regulatory and policy changes involving the Services and geared towards improving the quality of Service Member's life and enhancing readiness and retention. Among the changes benefiting all JBLM services that have come through AFFAP are pay increases, dental benefits, TRICARE reform, life insurance, housing allowances, standardized Army-wide pregnancy program for Soldiers, Military Spouse Unemployment Compensation, services for Wounded Warriors, enhanced educational opportunities, and more.
FY 15 JBLM Prioritized Issues sent to HQDA
Issue: Standardization of Department of Defense (DoD) Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)
Issue: Standardize Comprehensive Transition Service Programs Across DoD
Issue: Termination of the Family Readiness Support Assistant (FRSA) Program
Issue: DoD Wide Family Child Care (FCC) Provider Database
For additional information on listed issues (or issues that were not prioritized), please call 253-967-3689 or e-mail us.
Facilitator, Recorder, Transcriber, Issue Support (FRTI) Training
Make a difference, get involved!
If you are a Service member, retiree, surviving spouse, DA civilian, or Family member — active, Guard or Reserve — you can be part of the AFFAP process. For more information contact AFFAP at e-mail or call 253-967-3689.
Information & Feedback
To find out more about how you can help, contact AFFAP at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 253-967-3689.
There are other ways for you to give feedback about programs and services!
Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE)
Issues & Concerns Worksheet
AFFAP Issue Management System Quick Start Guide
Armed Forces Family Action Plan
Improving military quality of life.
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