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Relocation Assistance

The Airman and Family Readiness Center has several relocation resources to help you become acquainted to Schriever and the local area. To assist those who are PCSing, Rosetta Stones/Language Books, storybooks and journals for school age children, maps and books on various overseas and stateside assignments.

For base-specific information on your new location, to include fast facts, cost of living, articles, photos, major unit listing, and program and services contacts, please visit this link.

Sponsorship Training
Visit the Airman & Family Readiness Center to learn about required online training, for additional training courses and to create a sponsor packet. Sponsor Packets include maps, Colorado Springs and Denver Directories, School District Information, Spouse Employment Opportunities, Housing Networks and more. The Airman & Family Readiness Center staff is available to answer any questions and provide specific sponsorship material for your move. 

Military Installations Plan My Move and Going Overseas
Relocating is a way of life for military, DoD civilians and family members. Our Military Installations Plan My Move/Going Overseas program is designed to help reduce the stress and uncertainty often associated with moving. Individual appointments are available for those wanting to obtain additional information for the area they are relocating to and to feel comfortable with the relocation process. Information reviewed includes Military Installations, Plan My Move, Housing Networks, JPPSO/TMO, Finance, School Enrollments and more. For PCS checklists and additional guidance, visit here.

Right Start Newcomer’s Orientation
A half-day of briefings held in building 300 auditorium from 0800-1245 that introduces military members, DoD civilians and spouses to Schriever Air Force Base. Our Wing Commander opens the day with a Mission Brief and Welcome Remarks, followed by presentations from Security Forces, Safety, Legal, SARC, 50th Force Support Squadron and more. An information fair is incorporated into the newcomer’s orientation and includes Tricare, Military & Family Life Consultants, Public Affairs, Mental Health, OSI and more. 

Exceptional Family Member Program (EMFP) Coordinator
An exceptional family is one with a family member, regardless of age, who has any medical, educational, developmental, intellectual or mental health condition that requires on-going or specialized services.

The goal of the Exceptional Family Member Program (Information and Referral) is to provide special needs families with the most accurate and up-to-date information and resources regarding the EFMP, local resources/services, disability-specific news and anything that may be of interest to the families.