Established in May 2001, and funded by the Air Force Aid Society, the Heart Link Spouse Orientation Program helps to empower spouses and family members by providing community services and resources to enhance mission readiness. The Heart Link program is designed to strengthen military families and enhance mission readiness by helping to familiarize new Air Force spouses (typically 5 years or less) to active duty military life. Recognizing that spouses play an important role in the success of an active duty Airmen, the Fairchild Airman and Family Readiness Center also invites new spouses to Fairchild to learn about whats offered on and off base to ensure a successful assignment.
- Increase spouse awareness of the AF mission, customs, traditions, protocols, and available services
- Enable spouses to capitalize on the availability of community resources
- Help spouses acclimate and understand they are an important and integral part of the Air Force community
- Have spouses network and make forever friendships
Classes are held once a quarter, at the Airman and Family Readiness Center. Call 509-247-2246 to get signed up.
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