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CD&I / MCCDC Family Readiness

The Family Readiness Officer (FRO) is the face of the Commander's vision for the Unit, Personal and Family Readiness Program (UPFRP). The FRO is the direct link to Marines and their family members. Combat Development and Integration and Marine Corps Combat Development Command UPFRP is a Marines and family members one-stop-shop for Official Command Communication, Resources and Referral Information, Readiness and Deployment Support and UPFRP Volunteer Management. Our goal is to equip and assist Marines and their families in becoming well-informed, self-sufficient and improve their quality of life so as to ensure that family readiness on the homefront ensures the Marines mission readiness.

Stephanie Taber 
Family Readiness Officer for CD&I/MCCDC.  
Davis Center, 3300 Russell Road, Quantico, VA 22134.
Phone: (703) 784-6252
 e-mail:
Stephanie.taber@usmc.mil
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Please contact Stephanie Taber to have your email added to the Family Readiness distribution list in order to receive information regarding events, benefits, programs and services important to military families. 

 

    “ Marines and their families are central to everything we do.”    
    General James F. Amos – Commandant, USMC

    New to the Command/Quantico?

    Visit the Quantico MCCS Website for information regarding:

    Welcome Aboard Briefs held monthly
    http://www.quantico.usmc-mccs.org/storage/MCCSQuantico/assets/00-PDFs/02-MarineFamilyPrograms/RAP/Welcome-Aboard-Schedule.pdf

    Relocation Assistance Program -
    http://www.quantico.usmc-mccs.org/index.cfm/marine-family-programs/relocation-assistance-program-rap/

    and the Loan Locker -  This program allows service members, family members, and DoD civilians to borrow basic household items for a period of up to thirty days while they await the arrival of their household goods. This service is free and available for both inbound and outbound personnel assigned to MCB Quantico and the surrounding military installations. You must provide the Relocation Office with a copy of your PCS orders and a valid active duty military, family member, or DoD civilian identification card
    http://www.quantico.usmc-mccs.org/index.cfm/marine-family-programs/relocation-assistance-program-rap/rap-family-services/