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Assessment/Crisis Counseling, Information, Referral and Follow-up 
Assessment/crisis counseling is accomplished through short-term sessions to determine the specific needs of an individual, couple or family. As appropriate, clients are referred to an on-base or community agency for continued assistance. Base resource guides are available with telephone numbers, addresses and specific information on services. Resource handouts are available on a variety of topics such as pre-marital information, dealing with grief and loss, divorce, etc. Contact the Airman & Family Readiness Center for times and dates at (707) 424-2486.

Military and Family Life Consultant Program (MFLC)
The Military and Family Life Consultant Program offers non-medical, short-term, situational problem-solving counseling services by licensed clinical counselors. MFLC services augment existing military support services. Counselors address issues that occur across the military lifestyle and helps service members and their families cope with normal reactions to the stress resulting from deployments, war and reintegration, and other life issues. Services can be provided on or off base, and are confidential and private, except for duty-to-warn situations. Call (707) 416-1376 to make a personal and confidential appointment.

Personal and Work Life Education 
Personal and Work Life Education is designed to help singles, couples and families adapt to current and future changes in their lives. Work and family life activities are offered to enhance quality of life. Resource handouts and referrals for ongoing assistance are made on a case-by-case basis to on-base and local community agencies. Learn great coping skills for life changes, such as, career change, lifestyle change, relocating to a new base, or job change.

Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)
This program provides support to our Exceptional Family Member Program families including connection to community and military resources, weekly support groups, periodic educational trainings on special needs topics, special events, networking luncheons, pool parties, holiday parties, special needs books and videos through our lending library, services from a special needs trust lawyer, and contact with all available agencies on and off base. Contact the EFMP Coordinator at (707) 424-2486, and visit www.travisspecialneeds.com . Like the “EFMP Travis AFB” Facebook page.

School Liaison Officer (SLO)
School liaison officers are located on all major Air Force installations and serve as link between Air Force families and local schools to provide a positive relocation experience, and work for the best quality education for military children in grades pre-K through 12th. The SLO provides educational options (home-school, charter school, private school, virtual school), information and referral, and develops/coordinates partnerships between military leadership, parents, local schools and the community. Like the “Travis AFB School Liaison” Facebook page.

Immigration and Naturalization
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) conducts monthly visits to assist the active duty and their family members with the immigration/citizenship process. USCIS personnel do everything from answering questions to giving the oath for citizenship. Call (707) 424-2486 for more information.

Marriage Planning Guide 
The guide is a marriage packet that contains valuable tips for couples, including a pre-marital checklist and a comprehensive introduction to the Air Force lifestyle for civilian spouses. Stop by the A&FRC and pick up your copy.

Seven Habits of Highly Effective People 
This is a three-day, Stephen Covey video-based workshop facilitated by certified Covey instructors that focuses on personal and interpersonal effectiveness. The material addresses the four adaptive issues identified by the Air Force: social, mental, physical and spiritual. The workshop content is directly applicable to making a substantial impact upon your personal and professional life. Sign up at www.travisafrc.com.

Volunteer Resource Program
Expand your work knowledge, skills and abilities. Explore new career opportunities and make a difference in the local community by volunteering. Volunteering can be a great way to add experience to your resume. Register online to be an active volunteer at www.travisafrc.com by selecting “Volunteering at Travis.” For more information, contact the Volunteer Resource Program Coordinator at (707) 424-2486.

 
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