The Air Force Aid Society supports Airmen and enhances the Air Force mission by relieving emergency financial distress, helping Airmen and their families achieve their educational goals, and improving their quality of life through proactive programs.
The Air Force Casualty Services Program’s primary goals are to provide prompt, accurate reporting, dignified and humane notification, and efficient, thorough, and compassionate assistance to the next of kin for as long as needed. The Casualty Assistance Representative (CAR) works closely with commanders at all levels to ensure the success of the program. The CAR works closely with survivors of retired Air Force members to ensure potential benefits are explained and applied for. The CAR provides limited casualty services to members of sister services, certain foreign nationals, and civilians.
The SBP protects a portion of the income a retiree receives and makes it payable to a surviving spouse or eligible children after death. SBP protection is provided for all active duty service members at no cost. If an active duty service member with a spouse and/or children dies, dependents will continue to receive 55% of the retirement income they would have received. At retirement, service members must elect to continue SBP coverage. After retirement the government subsidizes a portion of the cost for SBP protection, but the service member is required to pay a share of the premiums equal to roughly 6.5% of the amount protected. For more information, please call our Survivor Benefit Plan Counselor at the A&FRC at 801-777-4681 or access the Defense Finance and Accounting website at https://www.dfas.mil/retiredmilitary/provide/sbp.html. If you are soon to retire and would like to generate an estimate of retired pay versus SBP costs please visit the cost estimator at https://w45.afpc.randolph.af.mil/retsepcalcnet40/Default.aspx
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.
Military and Family Life Counselors (MFLC): 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 A&FRC for assistance in contacting an MFLC: 801-777-4861
Hill AFB Family Advocacy & New Parent Support Program (Hill AFB Family Advocacy and New Parent Program Facebook)
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
Military OneSource (militaryonesource.mil): Military OneSource is your central hub and go-to-place for the military community.
211 (211utah.org): Your instant resource for crisis and emergency, disaster assistance, food, health, human trafficking, jobs, support and much more.
Healthy Relationships Utah (healthyrelationshipsutah.org): Healthy Relationships Utah offers free research-based relationship education courses throughout the state of Utah as part of Utah State University Extension.
Heart Link is a quarterly event offered by the Airman & Family Readiness Center. The goal of Heart Link 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 A&FRC at 801-777-4681 for scheduled dates.
Key Spouse Program: 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 A&FRC at 801-777-4681 to locate your Key Spouse.
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.
(Part of the Military Family Life Financial Counselor Program)
The PFC can provide one-on-one confidential personal financial counseling to help you and your family manage finances, resolve financial problems and reach long-term goals such as getting an education, buying a home or planning for retirement. Email: PFC.Hill.USAF@zieders.com or call 801-360-6725 to schedule an appointment.
Per AFI-36-3009, A&FRC will provide mandatory first duty station officer and enlisted personnel information to maintain financial stability and reach financial goals.
As part of the briefing: Car Buying, BRS & TSP, Financial Management, Budgeting and Investing
As part of the briefing: BRS & TSP, Credit Management, Budgeting and Investing
*Active duty, Reserve, Guard, retirees and dependents are eligible to receive our services.
Contact us at 801-777-4681 to receive information, schedule an appointment or register for a workshop.
Relocating to a new base and community is a normal part of military life. However, this can be a stressful experience even for those who’ve done it multiple times. Your Airman & Family Readiness Center has a Relocation Assistance Program which is part of a large network of resource partners that are available to help make every PCS move go as smooth as possible. Regardless whether you’re arriving or departing, we’re here to help you. If you
have questions or would like additional information about the Hill AFB Relocations Assistance Program please call us at 801-777-4681.
Whether you’re moving overseas or across the country, you’ll want to get to know your new community using the Military Installations information tool. Through this site you can learn all about military installations as well as the surrounding communities. Here are just
a few examples of the information available to you:
Get moving with even more helpful resources:
If you are assigned to Hill AFB or in the local area and looking for voting information, you can receive direct assistance by visiting the Installation Voting Assistance Office located within the Airman & Family Readiness Center (Bldg 150), 801-777-4681. Our direct email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Federal Voting Assistance Program
Download Fillable Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) – Form 76
View FPCA Instructions – Form 76
Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB) – Form 186
National Mail Voter Registration Form (NVRF)
Through individual counseling, workshops and seminars, the Transition Assistance Program (TAP) prepares members to transition into a second career. Individuals identify their skills, learn to search the job market, and successfully market themselves to quickly secure employment in the civil sector.
The briefing is mandatory and is a prerequisite to the TAP Workshop. If you have not done so, please call the A&FRC at 801-777-4681 to schedule a one-on-one appointment.
This congressionally MANDATED briefing is designed to assist those making a decision to separate from the military. Attendees will receive valuable information on benefits, resources, and assistance available to separating/retiring personnel.
Members should attend this briefing immediately upon deciding to leave the Air Force. At a minimum, schedule attendance at least 180 days before your date of separation. It is mandatory that the entire TAP process is completed 90 days prior to separation date. Spouses are encouraged to attend.
Members deploying should attend the briefing prior to departure if they plan to separate upon their return.
The workshop lasts 5 days. During TAP, members receive information and instruction on tools that will help them be successful and thrive after their military careers. These tools include identifying your current skills and abilities and how they translate to a variety of occupations outside of the military that go beyond your current civilian equivalent. You will be given information and tools to help with resume writing, cover letters, dressing for the job, and effective interviewing skills.
In addition to employment resources, a TRICARE representative, a Military Personnel Section representative, an Air Force Guard and Reserve recruiter will brief along with a Veteran Affair’s representative who will provide an overview of Veteran benefits/entitlements, how to file a disability claim, current Post 9/11 GI Bill opportunities and the Vocational Rehabilitation Program.
Monday & Tuesday
0730 - 1630
0730 - 1330
Thursday & Friday
0730 - 1630
Saturday & Sunday
5837 D Ave. Bldg. 150
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