Personal & Work Life Program
Helping you create a little more balance in your life
Personal and Work Life Program
The Military & Family Readiness Center Personal and Work Life Program is designed to provide information and referral for on base and community resources, programs, and services in areas including communication, relationships, parenting, personal growth and development, work life, and family readiness.
COMMONLY UTILIZED RESOURCES
A bi-annual event offered by the Military & Family Readiness Center. The goal of Arrive & Thrive is to increase spouses’ awareness of the AF mission, customs, traditions, protocols and available resources and services. This allows them to capitalize on the availability of on- and off-base community resources, helping to strengthen military families and enhance mission readiness. Please contact the M&FRC at (801) 777-4681 for scheduled dates.
The Key Spouse Program is an official unit/family program designed to enhance readiness and establish a sense of Air Force community. Your Key Spouse will serve as an ongoing community connection at all times and especially across the deployment cycle. Contact the M&FRC at (801) 777-4681 to locate your Key Spouse.
Your instant resource for crisis and emergency, disaster assistance, food, health, human trafficking, jobs, support and much more.
Healthy Relationships Utah offers free research-based relationship education courses throughout the state of Utah as part of Utah State University Extension.
Military OneSource is your central hub and go-to-place for the military community.
Free in-person confidential counseling is available for adults, children and families through the Military and Family Life Counseling Program. This non-medical counseling is available to help members of the military community to build life skills and cope with the unique challenges of military life. Call M&FRC for assistance in contacting an MFLC at (801) 777-4681.
- Family Advocacy Program (801) 777-3497: Works to prevent domestic abuse and child abuse and neglect by providing education and awareness programs
- New Parent Support Program (801) 777-0634: The program offers home visitation, parenting education, and other services to help young families provide a safe and nurturing environment for children under 3 years of age
Bundles for Babies
Bundles for Babies teaches parents basic parenting and financial skills to help them care and budget for their new baby. After completing the class, eligible parents will receive an AAFES gift card to help purchase some baby essentials.
NEW! There are many Summer Camp programs available locally for 2023. Check out the links below!