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What kind of communication methods should I use to stay in contact with Family Readiness Group (FRG) members?  
Good communication is one of the most important ingredients of an effective Family Readiness Group (FRG). As an FRG leader, committee chairperson, or Phone Tree Point of Contact person, you will find yourself using several different communication methods. Phone calls and personal visits may be the most effective way to greet newcomers whereas sending news updates might be more effectively handled through email distributions. Communicating information at meetings allows for members to interact and ask questions. Many FRGs create their own websites to display general information about the group, unit, and/or to display photos from their events. Mailing flyers or official newsletters is another effective means for communicating with your FRG. Consult the Army Family Readiness Group Leader’s Handbook for more information on how to communicate with FRG members as well as to learn rules and regulations that apply (such as the Privacy Act; security issues in terms of what kind of information can be included in your newsletter or on a website, etc.).
Keywords: contacting others in the FRG, FRG Communication, phone trees

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