PERSONAL & WORK LIFE PROGRAM

Joint Base Andrews Military & Family Support Center 

Address

Bldg 1191 Menoher Dr.

Joint Base Andrews, Maryland

20762

Phone

301-981-7087

Hours of Operation

Mon: 0730-1630

Tue: 0730-1630

Wed: 0730-1630

Thu: 0730-1200

Fri: 0730-1630

Closed on Holidays and AFDW Family Days

Email

316.FSS.MFSC@us.af.mil

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The Military and Family Support Center, or M&FSC, is the focal point to assist all service members and their families, to include the Department of Defense civilians, in easing their adaptation to the military lifestyle and enrichment of their personal and work life.
 
The M&FSC assists with crisis intervention and customized action planning by conducting assessments, offering skills development, and providing referrals to agencies both on and off the installation. P&WL activities are educational in nature and offered in group or individual settings. A variety of topics provides customers with the most current, relevant, and accurate information. Topics provided are suggestions, not requirements, and cover topics, such as interpersonal communication skills, relationship building, maintaining long-distance relationships (during deployment and other separations), etc. (see other suggested topics below).
  • Adoption
  • Child Behavioral/Effectively Dealing with Children
  • Communication
  • Crisis Assessment/Intervention
  • Deployment
  • Divorce
  • Elder Care
  • Family Dynamics/Relationships
  • Grief and Loss
  • Homelessness
  • Marriage
  • Parenting
  • Personal and/or Family Goal Setting
  • Stress
  • Team Building
  • Time Management
 

Several offerings aim to facilitate and connect customers to information and agencies they will encounter throughout their military experience. These include the P&WL Key Spouse Program and P&WL Heart Link Spouse Orientation (see additional information below).

Goals

The goal of the Personal and Work Life Program, PW&L, is to increase the effectiveness of everyday living skills, learn to cope with life events and realize one’s personal potential resulting in increased quality of life and resilience for military members and their families.

Guidance

Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 1342.22, Military Family Readiness Air Force Instruction (AFI) 36-3009, Airman and Family Readiness Centers, paragraphs 3.9.2 - 3.9.2.7., provides guidance.
 

Personal & Work-Life (P&WL) Desk Guides (Published by AFPC/DPFF/Updated February 2020)

Events & Workshops

Click here for latest events & workshop information.

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This is an unofficial DoD website. Eligible users of the Force Support Squadron activities are active duty military, military retirees, reservists, Department of Defense civilian employees and family members of military identification card holders. This website is a services provided as a public service by the Force Support Squadron, Joint Base Andrews and is intended for use by the public for viewing and retrieving information only.