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Esquimalt Military Family Resource Centre (MFRC)
The MFRC is here to support the unique parts of the military lifestyle.
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Helping you prepare for a work-related separation so that you can be informed, stay connected & have a positive reunion.
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Promoting resiliency & life skills so that families can stay well & the military member can focus on their mission.
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Quality care, support & resources in an environment that understands the military lifestyle.
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Ready for that upcoming deployment? We recommend that you complete the following items before the departure date arrives.
There are workshops available both on-site and online to help you get ready for your upcoming deployment.
Preparing for Deployments speaks to military members and families about the advice they’d give to others going through a deployment. The D Word offers some helpful tips and hints for a work-related separation.
Preparing for Deployment The D Word
Try these Prezi presentations to help prepare you for your upcoming separation.
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Order our free deployment workbooks for your children.
Military members are required to have one in case of emergency callout, planned deployment or unforeseen situation.
Things that military members and their families can do before, during and after deployments to have a successful deployment.