Whether you’re a Canadian Armed Forces member (CAF), veteran, family member, loved one or friend, you understand and appreciate the unique challenges that make being in the military an occupation different from any other. At the Calgary Military Family Resource Centre (MFRC) we aim to help lessen the impact of these challenges.
We support families of CAF members within our service area of Southern Alberta, including Red Deer and south to Lethbridge. Our programs and services include prevention, support and intervention services, social activities and events (Stampede Breakfast, Christmas party), personal development workshops, family separation and reunification support, counselling, crisis intervention, child and youth programs, discounted admission passes, and more.
The MFRC is a charitable organization run by a volunteer Board of Directors. The Calgary MFRC is one of 32 MFRCs located in Canada that were created in 1991 by the Department of National Defence in conjunction with the Military Family Support Program.
VISION, MISSION AND VALUES
VISION: To have an Engaged and Resilient Canadian Military Community
MISSION: Empowering Military Families and Uniting our Community
VALUES: The Calgary MFRC is committed to the following ethical values to meet the mission: Service, Trust, Integrity, Equality and Confidentiality.
At the MFRC the following principles help guide us in our daily work with families:
- We respond to community needs.
- We encourage the involvement of our community.
- We advocate for families.
- We cultivate partnerships.
- We operate with integrity and transparency.
- We nurture relationships based on equality and respect.
Watch this video produced by Mount Royal Public Relations students for a quick overview of who we are, what we do and who we serve.