The Airman and Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) serves as a one-stop information and referral center and is the cornerstone of the Little Rock family support system, helping Airmen and their families enhance their readiness and quality of life. The A&FRC offers proactive, preventive, and remedial services that foster self-sufficiency and sustain the personal and family readiness of the Total Force.
We serve active-duty military members from all services, Guard and Reserve members, retired military members and Department of Defense civilians. We also serve their family members. All services are free. Read our brochure for all of the programs we provide Team Little Rock.
A&FRC Programs and Services
Air Force Spouses are welcomed by the unit Key Spouse volunteers. Youth and teens receive a welcome package. Contacting the A&FRC is an excellent first step in exploring the right options for you and your family, or check out our Relocation Brochure for more information.
Personal Financial Management Services
When families have personal financial difficulties or wish to be proactive and develop a family financial plan, the A&FRC is the place to go. Offers information, education, and personal counseling to help individuals and families maintain financial readiness/stability and achieve their financial goals. When leaders discover that members are having financial problems, the A&FRC should be their first resource.
Personal Financial Readiness Brochure
The A&FRC is the focal point for transition assistance activities at the base level, providing retiring, separating, and demobilizing members/families information, skills, and knowledge needed for a successful transition to the civilian community. By Executive Order and Air Force policy, transition assistance is also provided to Department of Defense civilian employees and family members impacted by restructuring and reductions. Read our Transition Assistance Program Brochure for more info.
Transition Assistance Program Brochure
Your A&FRC is the place for leaders and families to go when they want to learn about resources and services available in your on/off base communities. Read this brochure for all there services we provide:
Information Referral Brochure
Exceptional Family Member Program
The Exceptional Family Member Program-Family Support (EFMP-FS) is designed to provide support to military family members through a variety of personal, medical, and family support functions. The EFMP program is mandatory for all Department of Defense active-duty service members. It is designed to identify family members with special medical and/or education needs. Check out our brochure for more information on EFMP.
A&FRCs do not provide therapy or long-term counseling; however, when facing a tough personal or family concern, the A&FRC is the place for customers to go. A&FRCs provide assistance in assessing and prioritizing their issues and customers receive appropriate referral and follow-up services.
AF Families Forever Brochure
Employment Assistance supports customers in achieving short-term and long-term employment, education/training, and career goals. The A&FRC is the place to go for spouses who are reentering the work force or seeking paid employment.
Career Focus Brochure
Open Monday-Friday from
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
Tuesday 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The A&FRC is the central point in your community for volunteer issues. The A&FRC coordinates installation volunteer recruitment, training and recognition in collaboration with other base agencies. For more information on volunteering on LRAFB check out the Volunteering Brochure.
Recognition opportunities include: Volunteer of the Quarter, Key Spouse of the Quarter, Volunteer of the Year, Key Spouse of the Year, Volunteer Recognition Week (April), and Volunteer Excellence Award (VEA). To become a volunteer; spouses would complete the Volunteer Interest Form and fax or e-mail it to the A&FRC (details are on the form).
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