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The program provides transitional services to wounded, seriously ill, and injured service members.
AFFF is a long-term survivor aftercare program established to provide support and resources to eligible surviving family members of deceased Airmen, through information and referral, as well as, facilitating remembrance and connection.
Representatives from multiple base agencies will provide information and services to assist participants in preparing fo the arrival of their new baby. During the workshop you will receive a bundle of information, resources and a special gift (if eligible)!
8:30AM - 12:30PM; BLDG 18 MILITARY & FAMILY READINESS CENTER
Provides guidance to commanders, casualty assistance representatives, family liaison officers and other support agencies to ensure members and their families are taken care of as expeditiously as possible. We also administer the Air Force's Survivor Benefit Program (SBP)
The Dorm Departure Program provides assistance to air and space force dorm residents ready to move out of the dorms.
9am - 10am at the M&FRC office or virtually on the following dates:
Provides emergency financial assistance to all branches - Air Force Aid Society (AFAS), Army Emergency Relief (AER), and the Navy Marine Corp Relief Society (NMCRS).
Apply for assistance at afas.org
Offers a full range of employment assistance to Airmen and family members with job search, career development and other related services including career coaching and testing, resume writing assistance, job search assistance and executive transition workshops.
The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is comprised of EFMP medical, assignments, and family support. The M&FRC is home to our EFMP Family Support Coordinators who provide non-medical assistance families of any DoD ID cardholder and of all branches of service, who have adult or child dependents with special needs. Services include: family needs assessments, service plans, trainings, events, and information community resources, support groups, respite care, housing, educational supports, financial assistance and more.
Visit the MacDill AFB EFMP Page for comprehensive program information.
Provides assistance in determining military and community resources for referral and collaboration. It is a centralized point for information and referral to a comprehensive network of internal and external agencies, services and programs.
The MacDill Key Spouse Program is designed to provide information and resources to military spouses, supporting military families in successfully navigating military life.
Military families face unique challenges. They may struggle with issues such as deployment-related stress, reintegration and pressures of managing parenting and finances while a loved one is deployed. Provides short-term, non-medical counseling services to members and their families at no-cost. Provides psycho-education to help military service members and their families understand the impact of deployment and other stresses related to life in the military. Contact MFLC at (813) 816-3061, ((813) 210-7822 or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assists military members and their families through the deployment phases, by providing members with Pre/Post Deployment (Reintegration) Briefings and sustainment support to families during deployments.
Offers individual consultation and programming to improve quality of life and address issues associated with personal, relational, and work matters. Some topics include, but are not limited to Key Spouse Program, Bundles for Babies and True Colors.
Information, education, and counseling. PFR offers short & long-term solutions to financial problems by providing you with the information needed to develop a sound budget and plan for a strong financial future.
Offers information, assistance and referral services to parents in making their child's educational transition into and out of the area as smooth as possible. We serve as a communication link between MacDill AFB parents and the surrounding school districts and advocate for adherence to the requirements of the Interstate Compact Agreement.
Visit the School Liaison Page
TAP Should be started NLT 365 days prior to your anticipated separation or retirement date. You can find out how to start TAP by opening the TAP Resources Packet below and following the instructions under the Self-Assessment area. TAP Services and Workshops will provide you the tools necessary to help prepare you for life after the military. Give yourself the time you deserve to make your transition successful.
Formal Department of Defense volunteer program that gives military ID card holders the chance to volunteer with agencies on MacDill AFB. Check out the list of agencies and ask about our incentive program called MacVIP.