Airman & Family Readiness Center
"Never the Wrong Place to Go!"
Customers can never go wrong when contacting or visiting the Airman & Family Support Center. With the staff so incredibly knowledgeable over so many areas and topics, they are bound to have (or will find) the right solution for Team Mildenhall members.
The RAF Mildenhall Airman and Family Readiness Center is ready, willing, and able to assist Airmen and family members from Team Mildenhall with a variety of services ranging from cradle to grave. Whether you are in need of financial education to help plan for the arrival of a newborn or need survivor benefits explained following a loss, someone is available to assist in your time of need. While many services and areas of emphasis at the A&FRC are well known to service members, the range of offerings by the A&FRC is expanding to cover more needs than ever before.
All DoD personnel and their families and other authorized personnel are eligible to use the facility which sees about 250 to 300 customers per week. The number of interactions increases by thousands when you add in social media and organization emails.
We can tailor anything to the needs of the unit and the individual. Moreover, we are always looking for ways to increase our delivery in response to the community and the mission of the 100th Air Refueling Wing. We want to be the ones who always “Step up and Step in!”
The Key Spouse program is the best connection between Commanders and spouses. Monthly lunches, training and various email updates keep this program vibrant. With around 120 Key Spouses and Spouse Mentors, every unit is represented. Personal Financial Readiness is another program with a huge positive impact on the mission. We offer individualized budget planning and brilliant wealth management tools and training.
One of our lesser known programs is the Reintegration briefings, held Tuesdays and Fridays for our returning service members. The idea here is to make sure the individual gets the opportunity to assess their life experiences and to assimilate successfully back into the unit’s battle rhythm.