Description Of Agency, Program And Supervisor

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Description of Agency, Program and Supervisor The name of the agency I volunteered and shadowed at is the 30th Airman and Family Readiness Center: United States Air Force, usually referred to as the Family Readiness Center. This agency currently does not have a mission statement, however, the purpose of this agency is to provide a one-stop location for necessary family resources. The resources provided by the Airman and Family Readiness Center include, family events and classes in order to promote family advocacy, military and life counseling, personal and work life skills that cover informational health topics like parenting, new mothers and newborn baby, stress management, and marital enrichment. The Airman and Family Readiness Center serves the air force military population, which include active duty military members and their families as well as single military members. Other resources available for military members and their families include, financial advisory, preparation for deployment for both the military member as well as the spouse and children, relocation assistance, employment assistance (for spouses), help with childcare resources and also assists with volunteer opportunities for interested members and spouses (Vandenberg Air Force Base Support Squadron, 2015). The specific programs that I had the opportunity to volunteer and shadow with were called, “Operation Baby Launch” and “Bundles for Babies”. The Operation Baby Launch was a program created to
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