Airman & Family Readiness

Our Mission
"Provide world class Airman and Family Readiness Center programs and services for members and families in an effort to build stronger communities, promote self-sufficiency, and foster resiliency; while enhancing mission readiness, retention and adaptation to the Air Force way of life."

About Us

The Airman and Family Readiness Center is your one-stop for information and referral and is the cornerstone of the Little Rock family support system. Staffed with a team of professionals with one goal -- to ensure your success!  We offer over 300 workshops a year, 1,500 one-on-one appointment slots and annually sponsor seven base wide events.

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. For more information please call (501) 987-2667.

services and programs

AFR Calendar
Key Spouse continuing Education Training
Start Date/Time:
Monday, April 5, 2021 6:00 PM
End Date/Time:
Monday, April 5, 2021 7:30 PM
Recurring Event:
One time event
Importance:
Normal Priority
Description:
Key Spouses are required to attend continuing education training quarterly. A variety of topics will be discussed. Key Spouses can accomplish this in either the morning session or the evening session. Held at the Airman and Family Readiness Center bldg. 940 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm, call 501-987-2667 to schedule.
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A&FRC Contacts

Walters Community Support Center
Bldg. 940 Arnold Drive
Phone: (501) 987-2667
Fax: (501) 987-3764

Unit Embedded A&FRCs
19 AMXS   B272     (501) 987-1234
19 MXS      B255     (501) 987-2654
19 LRS       B450     (501) 987-4535
19 OSS       B216     (501) 987-2612

Military & Family Life Counselor
(501) 941-6686

Hours of Operations

Open Monday-Friday from
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
Tuesday 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Unique Services

Disaster ResponseIn the event of an evacuation, natural disaster, or any unexpected contingency, the Installation Commander may direct activation of an Emergency Family Assistance Center (EFAC) to serve as the focal point for victim and family assistance services. The EFAC serves as a staging area where families can obtain disaster relief, contingency information and services. The center's primary mission is to integrate services that will address the practical and emotional needs of individuals and Department of Defense personnel affect by a disaster.

Air Force Aid Society
Your A&FRC is the home of the Air Force Aid Society (AFAS), a non-profit organization established to resolve short-term financial difficulties and emergency situations, and the official charity of the Air Force. This airman-helping-airman program provides a safety net when families face financial emergencies. For the AFAS services we provide, give us a call.


Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2)
The Air Force is committed to providing the highest level of support to our combat-related wounded, ill and injured Airmen and their families. To fulfill this commitment, the AFW2 Program and the A&FRC work together to ensure professional, personalized care and assistance are provided in a timely and effective manner.

Volunteerism

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.

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).

Helping Agency

Little Rock Helping Agencies Logo and Link

"Building ROCK-Solid Lives"