The Wisconsin Air National Guard Airman and Family Readiness Program at the 128th is dynamic by nature and strives to meet the goals of each of the squadrons assigned within the organization. Scalability, flexibility and quality service delivery are internal goals for this program. Emphasis from respective Commanders reflect program application.
The Health & Wellness Resource Team engages in partnerships with unit leadership to assess unit strengths, resources, and concerns in order to enhance services and programs relevant to supporting ready, resilient Airmen. We are dedicated in fostering a shared sense of responsibility to promote the successful adaptation of Airmen and their families to the demands of military life and facilitate to the personal readiness of the Force.
Readiness, personal, professional & family
Phases of deployment preparation and support
Information/referral and resources
Counseling, peer support, and spiritual support
Military to civilian transitions (employment, resume, schooling information)
We offer resource information, education and personal financial counseling to help military members and their families maintain financial stability and reach their financial goals.
Personal Finance Counselor (PFC) offers information and programs on:
Thrift Savings Plan
Home Buying Basics
For more information on how the AFRC can assist you and your family with your finances, please click the PDF below:
AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS:
Kami Ward, LCSW
Director of Psychological Health
24/7 Phone: 414-430-1086
Lt. Col Matthew Friese
(Send an urgent message to a service member)
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