Date: February 23
Time: 6 pm - 7 pm
Promoting /Focus: (FEB) Teen Dating Violence Prevention Month Audience: Military Families Hosted by: USAFA A&FRC Conducted jointly by: USAFA Family Advocacy Program (FAP) and Violence Prevention Program offices.
Open to dependent children of Active Duty, Title 10 Reserve, Title 32 AGR, Retired, Retired Reserve and Deceased Air Force members; spouses of Active Duty and Title 10 Reserve; and surviving spouses of deceased Air Force members.
First Thursday of the month, 5-7 pm. Virtually during COVID-19 restrictions. RSVP: 719-333-0977 (Must RSVP to attend, slots are limited) Support group is open to USAFA active duty, dependents, retirees, federal employees, and contractors. Meetings will consist of a safe place to promote conversation, build relationships and educate, while adhering to COVID-19 restrictions.
The EFMP is designed to provide support to military family members with special needs. EFMP is comprised of three components who work together to support military members and their families:EFMP FAMILY SUPPORT (EFMP-FS) PROGRAM
EFMP-FS provides a community support function provided by the Airman & Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) which includes: on and off base information and referral, parent training, support resources, school information, and activities for adults and families.EFMP – MEDICAL (EFMP-M)
Provides medical information management support for EFMP enrollment functions and coordinates relocations for families who have medical or educational needs.EFMP- ASSIGNMENTS (EFMP-A)
Provides comprehensive medical and assignment coordination for families enrolled in EFMP.
EFMP Quarterly Orientation
Sign up for an informative session on EFMP Medical, Assignments and Family Support. EFMP Program managers will be available to answer any questions.
Dates and times
Fourth Tuesday of each month; 8 am—2:30 pm for civilians and 8 am—3:20 pm for military held at the Falcon Club.
Mandatory for all newcomers to USAFA. Register through your unit CSS.
A variety of briefings from on-base programs introducing newly arrived personnel and spouses to key personnel and resources. Spouses are encouraged to attend!
Make positive use of one of your unit's greatest strengths, diversity!
Learn why it's one of the main ingredients for a successful mission and why at times a stumbling block to understanding. True Colors® International training has helped individuals communicate with others in a way that fosters mutual understanding and acceptance. The principles discovered will empower attendees to improve aspects of every personal relationship in their life.
To inquire about True Colors® International training for your organization call the A&FRC for more information.
United Through Reading connects millitary children and their deployed service member through video-recorded read-aloud experience. Share the special moments in your child's life while separated.
Are you interested in utilizing your time and talent to make a real difference in the lives of others? Do you want to learn new skill sets that will benefit you and others?
If so, contact the A&FRC to find out about the many volunteer opportunities available to you.
|Air Force Aid Society Website|
|Casualty Assistance/Survivor Benefit Program|
|Career Focus/Spouse Employment|
|Key Spouse Program|
|Military Air Force Aid Society|
|Military & Family Life Counselors|
|Personal Financial Readiness|
|School Liaison Officer|
|Spouse Resiliency Toolkit|
|Transition Assistance Program|
|USAF Academy Voting Assistance|
|Volunteer Resource Program|