The Airman & Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) serves as a one-stop information and referral center. The A&FRC offers proactive, preventative and remedial services that foster self-sufficiency and sustain military personnel and their families. All services are free and can be used by active-duty military members from all services, Guard and Reserve members, retired military members and Department of Defense civilians.
Classes are offered every month to help families transitioning onto Maxwell and Gunter. Financial readiness for living off base or purchasing your first car, relationship advice and how to nurture your children with the military lifestyle, interviewing techniques and how to write resumes, and even classes dedicated to spouses.
If it has anything to do with your family's readiness plans in terms of money, relationships, careers, or health, the Airman & Family Readiness Center has a point of contact ready for you. Simply call to request advice from one of our many professionals, or check out the monthly calendar to see if you're interested in attending one!
A&FRC Flight Chief
As one of the few flight chiefs belonging to Maxwell AFB, Joe oversees the success of many programs available to Airman and their Families. He, along with his staff, help many families in terms of work and personal life, relocation assistance, transition education assistance, Air Force Aid Society, and much more.
"Make us your first Resource, not your last Recourse."
November 28-29: Closed
December 25: Closed
December 26: Open (Casualty/TAP/EFMP/PFR/I&R/ERP closed)
January 1: Closed
January 2: Open (Casualty/TAP/EFMP/PFR/I&R/ERP closed)
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