Airman and Family Readiness

TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (TAP)
The goal of the Transition Assistance Program is to provide information, tools and training to ensure service members and their spouses are prepared for the next step in civilian life; whether pursuing additional education, finding a career or starting their own business.
Guidance: AFI 36-3009, 10 U.S.C. 1144
Resource: www.tapevents.mil/courses
 
 
FINANCIAL READINESS/FINANCIAL LITERACY
Referral to Individual Counseling, Financial Seminars, Pre/Post-Deployment Briefings, Retirement/TSP/BRS Briefings, Services at life/career Financial Touchpoints (see self-learning), Commanders Calls, Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Events
Guidance: AFI 36-3009
 
 
DEPLOYMENT CYCLE SUPPORT + YELLOW RIBBON REINTEGRATION PROGRAM
Provides Pre-/Post-deployment and Out-processing Deployment Briefings, supports Commander Key Volunteer Groups in providing information to families, identifies first-time deployers eligible for the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program; coordinates with the Wing Yellow Ribbon Specialist to ensure YR eligible comply with the Wing Yellow Ribbon Specialist to ensure YR eligible comply with the requirements of the DoD YRRP.
Guidance: AFI 36-3009
Resource: To register for a Yellow Ribbon Event (www.yellowribbon.mil/event)
 
 
INFORMATION & REFERRAL
Childcare: Drill Childcare (AF Home Community Child Care)
Point of Contact: 129th Force Support Flight/Services (650) 603-9450
 
 
CORE COMPETENCIES
The services indicated above have been the primary focus of Airman & Family Readiness office based on frequency and need; however, the following are other competencies included in the responsibilities of the ANG Airman & Family Readiness Program:
 
  • personal and work life skills development
  • relocation assistance
  • employment assistance
  • volunteer resources (training and recognition to Key Volunteers)
  • exceptional family member support
  • wounded, ill and injured support services; long-term support to survivors
  • referrals to Air Force Aid Society
  • Emergency Family Assistance Center (EFAC) Coordinator, AFPAAS Case Manager - Provides community support before, during and after disaster, crisis, and or evacuation situations as appropriate.

 

PERIPHERAL SERVICES
  • Key Volunteer Program: Airman & Family Readiness Office provides training and recognition to Key Volunteers
  • Community Action Board/Community Action Team

Airman & Family Readiness
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri, 6:30am to 4pm
(Closed alternating Fridays)
Location: Building 653, 129th MSG
Phone: W (650) 603-9454, M (650) 495-5026
 
 

Resilience Support Agencies

Airman & Family Readiness Program Manager

(650) 495-5026

Chaplain
24/7 Hotline (877) 700-5662
 
ESGR
(949) 892-3691
 
Personal Financial Counselor
(650) 288-9646
 
SAPR Victim Advocate
(650) 603-9190
 
Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program
(510) 876-7007