After more than 13 years of sustained combat the Marine Corps is in a reset period - refocusing programs that support Marines and their families. The Unit, Personal, and Family Readiness Program (UPFRP) is undergoing several changes to continue to effectively execute core program requirements, while also reallocating some of the resources in this area to better match our peace time status.

Each command will continue to have a UPFRP, it will just be staffed in a different way, focusing on a team concept, providing Marines and families support from more than one person while executing the Commanders UPFRP vision.

Because the program will be configured differently unit to unit to meet the unique needs of Marines and their families, all questions regarding the role of Family Readiness Officers and the UPFRP should be directed to your unit Commander.