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Soldier And Family Assistance Center (SFAC) Standing Operating Procedures (SOP)

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This is a soldier and family assistance center (SFAC) standing operating procedures. It can be used as an example of how to write a soldier and family assistance center standing operating procedures. The Soldier and Family Assistance Center (SFAC) is intended to be a center of gravity one stop shop for Warriors in Transition (WTs), Department of Defense (DoD) personnel, and their Families for tailored integrated support services in a warm, friendly environment. This Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is written to give assigned personnel a firm understanding of how SFAC services are to be accomplished in their specific location. This manual is not intended to supersede installation regulations and policies regarding non-SFAC matters. On Fort Lewis the SFAC provides direct, non-medical administrative support services to WTs and their Family members, and a USO-like community atmosphere where WTs and family members may gather for comradeship and relaxation.

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