When it comes to moving and changing permanent duty stations, being prepared and making the right decisions can make the difference between a seamless move or one filled with frustrations. Visit the following website for more information: Military Installations, Plan My Move, Heroes Welcome, and www.move.mil
The AFRC Relocation Program is here to support Sponsors and Command Support Staff who are charged with managing and monitoring the unit level Sponsorship Program. The first step to becoming a successful Sponsor is taking the e-sponsorship application training (eSAT)
Spouse Employment Reciprocity in Alabama
License reciprocity in the State of Alabama is handled by each individual professional body self-regulated within existing state laws and regulations. Please refer to the professional body’s website for further information.
The Lending Closet provides essential items for the incoming PCSing family while they are awaiting the arrival of their household goods and also to outgoing families. A copy of orders must be presented in order to use this service. Dishes, Toasters, Futons, Silverware, Coffee Pots, Card Tables, High Chairs, Pots/Pans, Mixers, Folding Chairs, Pack and Play, Irons, Ironing Boards. Lodging Kits (with kitchen supplies) are available to make your move a little smoother. NOTE: Plan to bring with you or put in unaccompanied baggage: pillows, sheets, and blankets. Students may also check out items, but members on PCS orders have priority.
Childcare for PCS
The Maxwell Relocation Assistance Program offers the Child Care for PCS Program sponsored by the Air Force Aid Society. This program is intended to help relieve some of the stress felt by families in the process of a PCS move. The Air Force Aid Society will pay up to 20 hours of child care per child in certified Family Child Care homes or the CDC/Youth Center on base. Families with PCS orders are eligible to receive a certificate from the AFRC relocation staff for use within 60 days of the family's arrival at the base.
From time to time, emergencies occur while moving. The Relocation Assistance Program office has the resources to provide emergency financial assistance and referrals. The Air Force Aid Society is available to assist with financial emergencies that may occur.
For more information on Relocation call the Airman and Family Readiness Center at (334)953-2353 or DSN 312-493-2353.