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Assessment/Crisis Counseling is a short-term consultation for individuals, couples, and families. This counseling is geared to facilitate understanding, build skills, and increase effectiveness of daily living. You will also learn how to relate to others and discuss coping with major life events. Specific areas of concern include may include grief, communication, divorce, moving, etc. Referrals are made to on and off base agencies as needed.
Adoption, Foster Care & Mentoring
Illinois Adoption Mentoring and Foster Care Alliance Representative explain steps to become a foster or adoptive parent. The representative is available the first Tuesday of the month.
Widow Support Group
Grief can feel so isolating, but you don’t have to be alone. You will find others who are walking this journey with you. This network of spouses is an informal group that understands the grief as they have lost and received the folded flag. This group meets the 2nd Thursday of the month at 12:30 pm in the A&FRC. The group shares resources, talks about experiences and advocates for Widows/Widowers.
Military spouses join the military without taking the oath, but they are important members of the AF team. New military spouses may soon discover that their AD spouse will soon deploy or they are about to PCS, but they may not be sure what a deployment or PCS means let alone what it involves. Heart Link orients new spouses (married less than 5 years) about military life as a member and family member. Child care is available for his workshop.
Love Languages for Couples
The secrets to love that last! This workshop is based upon the teachings of Gary Chapman. Couples who understand each other’s love language hold a priceless advantage in the quest for love that lasts a lifetime—they know how to effectively and consistently make each other feel truly and deeply loved. Attend this workshop to understand if your spouse speaks a different language than yours.
Love Languages for Teens
Teenagers today are bombarded by messages from their peers, internet, music, movies…the list could go on and on. Even though many teenagers may not admit to it, significant influence on teenagers come from their parent. Using Dr. Gary Chapman’s teachings parents will receive additional information on how to communicate love by filling their teen’s love tank.
Love Languages for Children
Kids need to know how much you love them. However if you don’t know their special “love language” you might as well be speaking gibberish. Every child (like every teen and adult) expresses and receives love best through one of five communication styles. So, which one does your child speaks: Quality Time; Words of Affirmation; Gifts; Act of Service; Physical Touch
The Key Spouse (KS) is a trained volunteer, appointed by the Commander, who establishes a credible, informal support network at the “grass roots” level. Key spouses welcome incoming individuals and families to the unit and to Scott Air Force Base. Maintain contact with deployed family members and provides peer to peer support to all airman and families in the unit. The KS helps unit leadership better address spouse/family issues and concerns.
Active Relationships for Military Families
This event is for grown-ups (aka parents, caregivers) and youth ages 3 & up to learn valuable skills for resilience in life through a short children’s lecture for each of seven chapters, followed by family and team activities, games and races for each chapter. Active Military Families the curriculum being utilized and families that have attended these events rave about the cl
Every hour of every day, hundreds of people need essential human services – they are looking for community resources for employment, food pantries, help for an aging parent, addition prevention, program for their teenage children to name a few. United Way 2-1-1 provides free and confidential information and referral to the 9 Illinois counties surrounding St Louis and the city of St Louis. To find your local 2-1-1 office visit www.211.org or call 800-427-4626/314-421-4636