139th Resiliency Center (MFRC)

 

The 139th Resiliency Center exists to provide resources to promote resiliency in the face of military and personal life stressors for the Airman and their families during peacetime and upon mobilization. This includes personal, financial, family, and community readiness, deployment cycle support, crisis intervention, transition assistance, outreach, training, information referral and follow-up, life skills education, review and analysis of program effectiveness, and volunteer program management. We are located in Building 25 with the Dining and Medical Facility.

Military Family Services

Financial & other types of assistance: The Missouri Military Family Relief Fund, Salvation Army, Gary Sinise Foundation, Operation Homefront’s Critical Financial Assistance, Army Emergency Relief.

Military One Source - Online resource on more than 200 topics, including health & wellness, relationships, money, taxes & legal, military life topics and more. Offering resources, referrals, consultation and counseling.

Retiree Services.  Be sure to stop by the Military & Family Readiness Center for additional things to do before you retire and information on the Survivor Benefits Plan. The Secretary of the Air Force’s priority to “Take Care of Airmen” drives the Military and Family Division’s (MFPC/DPFF) mission to provide unequaled operational oversight to 76 active duty Military and Family Readiness Centers, offering programs and services in 15 core areas to nearly 1.7 million Airmen and families. The division also provides guidance to Retiree Affairs Offices, supporting nearly 700,000 retirees worldwide, conducts background research on Foreign Government Employment applicants and responds to Board of Corrections for Military Records requests regarding Survivor Benefit Entitlements.

Deployment Support - The Department of the Air Force is dedicated to ensuring the needs of Airmen, Guardians, and their families are identified and addressed through all phases of a deployment. To assist Commanders in this effort, Military & Family Readiness Centers (M&FRCs) are responsible for providing pre-deployment readiness briefings, deployment education and support to Airmen and their families at all phases of the deployment cycle.

 

military & family life counselor

The 139th AW Military & Family Life Counselor is continuing to provide free, off the record, confidential tele-health counseling via phone or video teleconference to assist with any concerns or stressors related to the current pandemic. Members can reach them by phone at 816-722-0342.

The counselor provides free, non-medical, confidential, no record, private counseling to service members and families. This includes someone who may be having relationship issues, coping with life changes such as DUI, divorce, parenting and grief or loss. They can meet with transitioning services members who may be retiring and for 180 days after retirement to assist with any transitions that may occur. They also work with children on anxiety, life stressors and relationships.

Yellow Ribbon

Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program - A legislatively mandated program that helps Service Members and their families in the National Guard connect with their local support community before, during and after deployments. YRRP is for first time deployers on 90+ days of orders.

Volunteer Resources


The M&FRC’s helps to manage volunteers for the 139th Airlift Wing. We currently have two types of volunteers: Statutory Volunteers are known as the Key Spouse or Key Volunteers at the 139th AW. These volunteers do not have to be a spouse but they help promote a partnership with unit leadership and families. To be a Key Volunteer you just have to have the desire to help the units, be available most drill weekends and attend yearly training. The second type of volunteer is a Gratuitous Volunteer. These volunteers may help with one activity or several. They do not require training and are just able to give of time they have available, because we appreciate and accept any help that can be given at the 139th Airlift Wing. Please see links to the Key Spouse Program or Brochure about volunteering below.

Newcomers

The Newcomer’s Orientation program is designed to provide general awareness of the unit to newly assigned airmen. Newcomers brief is held quarterly during Saturday of RSD. (January, April, August, October) Please contact Military & Family Readiness to attend this briefing. All Service Members and Family welcome.

Newcomer's Brochure

Transition Assistance Program

Transition Assistance Program - The goal of the Transition Assistance Program is to provide information, tools and training to ensure service members and their spouses are prepared for the next step in civilian life; whether pursuing additional education, finding a career or starting their own business

Resiliency Contacts

Military & Family Readiness Program Manager
Resiliency Center: 816-236-3939
Office: 816-236-3511
Cell: 816-390-2777 (emergency only)
139AW.Military.FamilyReadiness@us.af.mil ‚Äč
www.facebook.com/139thFamily
Hours:
Monday-Friday, 8 am-4 pm

Chaplain
816-236-3175

Director of Psychological Health
Office: 816-236-3356
Cell: 816-244-3032

Military & Family Life Counselor
Office: 816-236-3199
Cell: 816-722-0342

Personal Financial Counselor
Office: 816-236-3939

Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC)
816-236-3008

SAPR Victim Advocate
Office: 816-236-3677
Cell: 816-344-4744

SAPR Hotline
573-694-4124

Yellow Ribbon Support Specialist
Office: 816-236-3064
Cell: 816-387-3587