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									              ARMY RESERVE - WARRIOR AND FAMILY ASSISTANCE CENTER
                                  FACT SHEET




                                            1-866-436-6290
                                           www.arfp.org/wfac




Who Are We?
 We are the Army Reserve Warrior and Family Assistance Center (AR-WFAC).

What Do We Do?
 The AR-WFAC advocates for Service Members, Retirees and Families from any branch of Service. We
 augment chains of command by educating, empowering and enhancing their forces. We assign an Enlisted
 Sponsor to each Army Reserve Warrior in Transition at Warrior Transition Units across the world. We
 connect our Partners (some call those seeking help customers, clients or cases) to available benefits and
 entitlements. We do so with compassion and respect for others.

When Were We Established?
 We were established 10 October 2007, by the Chief of the Army Reserve (CAR), LTG Jack C. Stultz.

Where Are We Located?
 We are located in building 129 at Fort McPherson, Georgia. We report directly to the Chief of Staff, United
 States Army Reserve Command (USARC) as a Special Staff Directorate.

How Do You Contact Us?
 You may contact us 24/7 at our toll-free hotline (1-866-436-6290), by our website: www.arfp.org/wfac, or
 email at ar-wfac@usar.army.mil.

Accomplishments:
  Addressed more than 2400 issues affecting our Partners

    Placed a Coordinator in Hawaii and Sponsors in American Samoa and Guam

    Placed Liaison NCOs in Landstuhl Regional Medical Center

    Established partnerships with officials from numerous government agencies and private organizations

								
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