Family Assistance Centers
What is a Family Assistance Center?
Family Assistance Centers (FACs) are designed to assist the families of military service members during peacetime and during training or mobilization. A FAC is open to all branches of the military (Air Guard, Army Guard, Active Duty Army, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marines, Navy and all Reserve Components). A Family Assistance Center provides a "one-stop shopping” & resource to help family members cope with any issue they encounter as a military dependent.
Who is eligible to receive services through a FAC?
All military members, veterans, and their families are eligible to receive assistance. No military personnel or his/her family will be turned away from a FAC regardless of branch affiliation.
What services are provided by an FAC?
Basic services provided by a FAC are:
- ID Cards/DEERS
- Crises Intervention
- TRICARE/TRICARE Dental
- Financial Assistance
- Legal Assistance
- Information, Referral, Follow-Up and Outreach
Maj. Tim Roberts / State Family Program Director
Gene Rabideau / FAC Coordinator
Air Guard Contacts
Linda Kieser / 118th Wing Airman & Family Readiness Program Manager (AFRPM)
Steve Latham / 143th Air-refueling Wing Airman & Family Readiness Readiness Program Manager
Betty Gaskins / 164th Airlift Wing Airman & Family Readiness Program Manager (AFRPM)