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Welcome to Misawa
Personal & Family Readiness
Resource Center & Loan locker
Employment Assistance Resources
Transition & Relocation Assistance
Exceptional Family Member Program
Personal Financial Management
Mobilization & Deployment Readiness
Classes & Workshops
All workshops & classes are free. For more information and to sign up for any of the workshops listed below, please contact A&FRC at 226-4735.
Employment & Finance
Explore career paths that match your interests, skills, abilities and goals as well as keep pace with your mobile military life.
8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
This five-day course includes the MOC Crosswalk (Resiliency Training and Financial Planning), the three-day Department of Labor Employment Workshop and the Veterans Affairs Benefits Briefing I & II. All five days are mandatory for attendees with the exception of Commander and medical required appointments.
Resume Writing 101
Learn to create an effective resume or improve your existing one. Learn different formats and advantages and disadvantages of each.
8 a.m.–3 p.m.
VA Individual Appointments
VA Representatives are available on-site for one-on-one appointments. Contact the A&FRC to schedule your appointment.
11 a.m.–1 p.m.
Home Buying Seminar
Learn about how to prepare for homeownership, tips to increase your financial knowledge and what VA home loans offer for service members. Feel free to bring your own lunch.
Family & Readiness
Oct. 1 & 2
Key Spouse Initial Training
This is an eight-module mandatory training for appointed Key Spouses. A&FRC must have an appointment letter from the Commander prior to attending the training.
NEO 101 – Misawa Noncombatant Evacuation Operations
NEO 101 will familiarize all U.S. citizens (non-military) on our evacuation control center and preparation. We will discuss evacuation notifications, explain the NEO folder and answer any questions.
- Register in advance at A&FRC (limited seating is available)
- Bring your NEO folder
Spouse Re-Deployment Orientation
We will prepare families for their spouses return from deployment to overcome possible challenges. This workshop will address resources available across the deployment cycle.
9 a.m.–2:30 p.m.
Mission Heartlink is for spouses who are new to Misawa Air Base or new to the Air Force. This is an interactive Air Force Spouse 101 workshop for those who are interested in learning about Air Force culture. All participants will receive a FREE lunch. Child care can be provided if you sign up in advance.
Bundles for Babies
Raise your financial cost awareness with your new bundle of joy. Learn stress management techniques and car seat safety. Participants will receive a free bundle from AFAS.
Spouse Pre-Deployment Orientation
This workshop provides information for spouses on the deployment process, supporting agencies, deployment incentives and the opportunity to connect with other families that are in the same situation.
Air Force Aid Society
Provides emergency financial assistance to eligible military members for basic needs such as: basic living expenses, emergency leave, or unexpected vehicle repairs. Community enhancement programs sponsored by the agency include:
- Give Parent’s a Break
- Child Care for PCS
- Bundles for Babies
- Car Care Because We Care
Give Parent's a Break
Give Parent’s a Break is a no-cost program for Air Force families experiencing stresses from PCS, deployment, a newborn child and family difficulties. Participation certificates are required Commanders, First Sergeants, Chaplains, Health Care Providers and Family Advocacy personnel for A&FRC.
Please call one of the facilities below to register. Children must be registered and meet all CDC criteria.
- Child Development Center at 226-4666 / 0176-77-4666
- Cheli School Age Care at 226-4470 / 0176-77-4470
Personal & Family Readiness
Provides proper planning, education, and training to alleviate some of the family stressors associated with deployments, evacuations, and peacetime/wartime emergencies. Programs include:
- Pre-deployment / re-integration & reunion briefings
- Deployed family events
Casualty/Survivor Benefits Program
The Air Force provides casualty assistance to family members and other designated beneficiaries of deceased members. Assistance includes counseling on rights, benefits, and entitlements, completing claim applications for monetary benefits and privileges, and helping to resolve any problems or concerns the next of kin may encounter.
Bundles for Babies
This class is designed to help parents of ALL SERVICES prepare for their new arrival. Misawa organizations will discuss the support resources available to expecting and new parents. Families will receive the means and information needed to financially plan for their new bundle of joy, strengthen their relationships and enhance their parenting skills. Baby shower games, snacks and prizes make this informal class fun and educational. All families will receive a FREE gift.
Military & Family Life Counselor
Provides short term, situational, and problem solving counseling services to service members and their families to augment existing military support services. All consultants are Masters or PhD level, licensed Clinical Counselors who work with families, individuals, couples, and children to provide non-medical problem identification counseling services.
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)
EFMP is designed to assist Air Force families with relocation when a special medical and/or education requirement exists, to ensure families are able to receive required resources and healthcare coordination on base or in the community and to assign members, based on manpower requirements, to locations where a family member’s special needs may be met.
What EFMP Does:
- Identify family members requiring special or medical or education services
- Formally determines availability of medical and educational services through either MTF or civilian TRICARE networks
- Provides resource information for families on their new base along with information and referrals
- Does not affect promotions or prevent members from being reassigned
- Enrollment is MANDATORY if a family member has special needs
We provide non-medical, short-term, situational problem solving counseling to Service Members and their families to help you understand the impact of stress, deployments, family reunions following deployments and the stresses of military life.
Services include counseling for:
- Anger Management
- Conflict Resolution
- Decision-Making Skills
- Sadness, Grief and Loss
Military & Family Life Counselor
All consultations are not reported and are 100% confidential
Sponsoring a Newcomer?
If you are assigned as a sponsor you are required to complete the eSponsorship Application & Training (eSAT).
Looking to provide information to your newcomer about Misawa? View the Installation Guidebook at the link below.
Tuesdays / 8–11 a.m.
Bring your valid stateside driver’s license. Pass the test and you’ll leave with your 4EJ driver’s license. The POC for Driver’s Training is 35 SFS Pass & Registration, 226-3995.
Wednesdays / 7:15 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Bring your inprocessing paperwork from your last duty station, travel receipts, passports, paper, pen and your spouse too! Learn about base resources and services and complete your inprocessing, including your travel voucher. The POC for Right Start Briefing Day is the A&FRC, 226-4735.
Cultural City Tour
Fridays / 7:15 a.m.–2:30 p.m.
Meet at the Mokuteki Ballroom
See what the local area has to offer and start planning your future adventures. Wear civilian clothes and bring your ID card and at least ¥1,000 per person. The bus departs from the Mokuteki Ballroom. Family members are welcome to attend.
Torii BLDG. 656
Monday–Friday | 8 a.m.–4 p.m.
CLOSED first Thursday of the month from 1–4 p.m.
CLOSED weekends and federal holidays