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Resources: 156th Wing Airman & Family Readiness Program Information
The AFAS supports Airmen and enhances the Air Force mission by relieving emergency financial distress, helping Airmen and their family achieve their educational goals, and improving their quality of life through proactive programs.
Employment readiness supports service members, civilians and family members achieve both short and long-term employment by providing job search assistance and referral services for employment opportunities.
The Airman & Family Readiness Center Exceptional Family Member Program-Family Support (EFMP-FS) is available to ensure each military family with a special needs family member receives comprehensive coordinated family support through the military and/or civilian community.
The Airman & 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.
The Airman & Family Readiness Center offers information, education, and personal financial counseling to help individuals and families maintain financial readiness and build resiliency in preparation for life’s various financial situations.
Through individual counseling, workshops and seminars, the Transition Assistance Program (TAP) is an outcome-based program that bolsters opportunities, services, and training for transitioning service members in their preparation to meet post-military goals.
156th Wing Chaplain
Capt. Iraida Alvarez
156th Wing Director
of Psychological Health
Dr. Jenniffer Vargas
156th Wing SAPR Manager
Mr. Benjamin Valentin
SARC 24/7 Line:
156th Wing SAPR Program Information
Sexual Assault Convictions within the Air Force
Department of Defense SAPR website
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
National Organization for Victim Assistance
CDC Sexual Violence Facts and Prevention
Our mission is to create a culture within the Air National Guard that seeks the implementation and assessment of policies and programs to prevent and respond to sexual assault.
Our vision is to establish a national benchmark for recovery and eliminate sexual assault through empowered and engaged Airmen. To accomplish that goal, we educate, advocate and collaborate through our Sexual Assault Prevention and Response teams at all Air Force installations to respond to and stop sexual assault and its harmful effects on the Air Force.
Without notifying command or law enforcement
• Healthcare (medical and mental health)
• Advocacy services
• Legal advice (from a Special Victims’ Counsel)
Triggers an official investigation and command notification in addition to healthcare and advocacy services.
• Ability for military to hold the offender appropriately accountable
• Triggers command services / supports
• Request a Military Protective Order
• Ability to request an Expedited Transfer
To foster a culture that prevents sexual assault.
To deliver consistent, high-quality care and support that restore resiliency and empower survivors to report.
Special Victim's Council
Director of Psychological Health
Dr. Jenniffer Vargas
Office: 787-253-5126 ext. 253-9126
ID Card Office
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* Public Affairs does not act as an operator service or base locator. They do not have the capability to redirect incoming calls to other offices. Please contact the base operator for these services: 787-253- 5100.
Employment Opportunities during COVID-19 pandemic:
Amazon Jobs for Military
Military Internship Program
VA Emergency Response