Airmen & Family Readiness Center

The Airman & Family Readiness Center is located at 382 Avenue D. It is the focal point for family matters and provides a variety of services to military members, retirees, Department of Defense civilians and family members. The information and referral program is designed to link people with resources to meet their needs, to help determine those needs and provide assistance and information for services available on base and in the local community.

The family life skills program offers classes to assist in learning new skills or to tune-up existing ones. A variety of workshops are offered to help improve quality of life. The program is designed to reflect the needs and concerns of the community. The career focus program assists with employment/career development in the local area. This includes workshops on interviewing, self-assessment, and review of job skills and job search seminars on how to market skills to potential employers. The transition assistance program helps prepare a smooth transition to civilian life. Mandatory counseling, individual assessment and referral are some of the many services offered. A 3-day seminar to assist with preparation for the job search and information on veterans' benefits is also offered.

The relocation assistance program provides a support system of information and services to military personnel and their families during a PCS move. The program staff coordinates with