The Readiness Program provides mobility and deployment assistance to help single and married DoD personnel and families meet pre-deployment, sustainment, reintegration, and post-deployment challenges. The services that are provided help reduce stress and deal with separation and reintegration, increase individual and family morale, and support operational readiness.
Pre-Deployment Briefings are designed to provide resources and information aimed at reducing stress on the military member and their loved ones when preparing for a deployment and coping with separation. Pre-Deployment briefings are mandatory for all military personnel who are deploying and spouses are highly encouraged to attend. The briefings are held at the A&FRC every Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. for married Airmen and 10:00 a.m. for single Airmen. Spouses highly encouraged to attend!
The Hearts Apart Program supports loved ones and families of all military members serving overseas or in war zones. The program offers activities that include an educational component as well as social networking opportunities. All activities are advertised through monthly newsletters.
The Morale Call Program allows the military member on a deployment or remote tour the opportunity to make two 15-minute phone calls per week. The system also allows the spouse to make two 15-minute calls. The number for the morale call line is: DSN 586-2426
Reintegration Briefings are available and mandatory for returning servicemembers to provide support, education, and early intervention to military members and their families during readjustment from the deployed location. Reintegration briefings take place every Tuesday and Thursday from 0800-1000 at BLDG 900. To sign up for a Reintegration briefing, contact your UDM.