Personal and Work Life Program
The Personal and Work Life Program aims to enrich the personal and work lives of all service members, including DoD Civilians. We assist with crisis intervention and customized action planning by conducting assessments, offering skill development, and providing referrals to agencies both on and off the base. Personal and Work Life Program activities are educational and offered in both group and individual settings. Topics range from interpersonal communication skills, adoption, relationship building, maintaining long-distance relationships (during deployment and other separations), marriage preparation, positive parenting, eldercare, time management and team building. Many of our offerings connect members to agencies they will encounter throughout their military experience.
Personal and Work Life Program Classes
Key Spouse Training
Once appointed as a Key Spouse or Mentor you will receive an initial briefing with the Personal and Work Life Manager. Additional training opportunities include Suicide Prevention, Sexual Assault Prevention/Response, EFMP, and more.
Orientation workshop for military spouses from any branch of the armed services who want to learn more about military life. This program will provide you with essential information to help you live a fulfilling and rewarding life in the military.
Learn about different types of personalities (including your own), communication styles, and how to lead/motivate others. This class is taught upon request to groups of 10 or more.
Personal and Work Life Resources
Military Family Life Consultant
The Military and Family Life Counseling Program (MFLC) supports service members, their families, and survivors with non-medical counseling worldwide. They are trained to work with the military community and will deliver valuable face-to-face and virtual options for counseling services.
Adult Consultant: 781-315-7992
Youth Consultant: 781-654-1727
Military OneSource Counselors
Airmen and families have support available 24/7. Military OneSource counselors offer free short-term, confidential, and non-medical counseling services. Sessions are available in person, over the phone, or using secure video chat. This is the perfect resource for those who reside more than 50 miles from an Air Force installation or need counseling services after regular business hours.
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Employee Assistance Program for Civilians
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for Civilians offers coaching to help employees grow and achieve their goals, even when life gets difficult. We provide management the support to help their staff thrive through the use of self care programs and counseling.
All Air Force civilian personnel—including non-appropriated funds, or NAF, employees; Guard and Reserve; and family members may use the program at no charge to the individual or family member.
The EAP provides their services with 24/7 telephone access, website or in-person. Call 866-580-9078 to learn more.