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Airman & Family Readiness Program

 

Your Hancock Field Airman & Family Readiness Program provides  individuals, families and leadership with programs and services
that strengthen our community and promote self-sufficiency, mission readiness and adaption to the Air National Guard way of life. The program serves singles, couples and families alike. Services are provided to military members of all branches of service.

Airman & Family Readiness Program
174 FSS/FP
6001 E. Molloy Road
Syracuse, NY 13211-7099

Bldg. 616, Joint Deployment Health and Wellness Center
OFC: (315) 233-2577
DSN: 243-2577
FAX: (315) 233-2578

Hours of Operation:
MON-FRI: 0800-1600 (Closed every other Friday)
SAT (UTA only): 0800-1600

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Goals and Objectives

Family Readiness 

o Prepares the entire family for separation through planning. 
o Provides Pre-deployment, Deployment and Reintegration briefings through the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program.
o Assists with family difficulties that occur during deployments.
o Manages communication with families during deployments.

 Information, Referral and Crisis Assistance

o Provides telephonic and in-person assessments to help determine your needs. An extensive list of available resources and services is maintained in order to direct you to the appropriate resource.
o Provides support to members and their families during local or national emergency/disasters and evacuations.
o Provides an information and reference center for family and military members. 

Family Life Skills
o Provide education and training to military members and their families in an atmosphere which fosters confidence and enhances unit readiness in order for them to be optimally prepared for all facets of military life.
o Disseminates information via website, emails and mailings. 
o Make families aware of the privileges, benefits and entitlements that are available to them during both peacetime and mobilization. 

Volunteer Opportunities

o Looking for an interesting and rewarding experience? Become a volunteer! Volunteers provide invaluable support to the base community. Opportunities range from office work to planning and assisting with base events to working with our youth. 
 

useful Information

Noise Complaints 1-800-228-3567

Public Affairs 315-233-2651 

ID Cards 315-233-2496 or 315-233-2151

Military Pay 315-233-2491

SARC 315-233-2409

Family Programs 315-233-2577

Base Honor Guard 315-233-2515

Base Exchange 315-233-2440

Fitness Center 315-233-2535

Heritage Room/ All Services Club 315-233-2200

Alumni Association 315-233-2200

Columbia College 315-233-2238

After Hours Contact 315-233-2199