The Yokota Airman & Family Readiness Center serves as a one-stop information and referral center and provides individuals and families with workshops, activities, and services which strengthen our community and promote self-sufficiency, mission readiness, cultural adaptation overseas and adaptation to the Air Force way of life.
10 STEPS TO FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT
Next Class: To Be Scheduled
This class follows Kathryn Troutman’s 10 Steps to Federal Employment to provide you with tips on obtaining federal employment through USAJOBS.
New to Japan? Want to learn more about the community and culture? Check out the A&FRC’s cultural adaptation classes.
TIPS FOR TEACHING ENGLISH
MON • 11 FEB • 1:30–2:30 P.M.
JAPANESE CUSTOMS & COURTESIES
MON • 25 FEB • 1:30 P.M.
JAPANESE COOKING CLASS
MON • 25 MAR • 12–1:30 P.M.
BUDGETING FOR THE NEW YEAR
Fri • 25 Jan • 9:30 a.m.–1 p.m.
Start 2019 off right! Learn how to create a budget and plan for the future. A good budget can help keep your spending on track and uncover money left over to put towards your financial goals. Please call A&FRC to sign up.
BUNDLES FOR BABIES
Tue • 29 Jan • 8 a.m.–12 p.m.
Expecting a baby? Have a newborn? Learn more about budgeting for a baby, prenatal fitness, A&FRC programs, Air Force Aid Society and more from various base service agencies. Participants will receive a gift card for their precious bundle compliments of the Air Force Aid Society. Registration is required.
CHILD CARE FOR PCS
The Child Care for PCS program helps relieve stress felt by Air Force families during a PCS move. This program entitles Air Force families within 60 days of PCS departure or arrival date at Yokota Air Base to receive up to 20 hours of childcare for each child. Childcare will be provided by licensed Family Child Care homes and paid for by the Air Force Aid Society. Bring a copy of your PCS orders to A&FRC and receive a list of care providers and a certificate to give to the care provider.
Thursdays • 10–11 a.m.
A required briefing for those deploying or going TDY for more than 30 days. Spouses are highly encouraged to attend to learn about the different challenges they may experience and the resources available to ease deployment-related stress.
Thursdays • 11 a.m.–12 p.m.
A required briefing for members returning from deployment. Spouses are highly encouraged to attend to understand the five stages of reintegration and how to best cope with the process of returning to the new normal.
EFMP is a community support program for families of exceptional needs. EFMP serves both children and adult family members. Families can self-enroll into EFMP or they can be recommended for enrollment by their first shirts or helping organizations. Please contact the Airman & Family Readiness Center for more information.
Classes, Events and Field Trips
EFMP hosts support groups, events, and recreational activities for families to facilitate networking and promote fun in an inclusive environment.
Mon–Thu 8 a.m.–4 p.m.
Fri 9 a.m.–4 p.m.