Child & Youth Behavioral Military & Family Life Consultants are Available!
Child & Youth Behavioral Military & Family Life Consultants (CYB-MFLCs) are available to talk to children about issues such as school adjustment issues, daily life issues, deployments and much more. Meetings are confidential and free of charge. CYB-MFLCs can be reached through Youth Programs at 632-7575, Area 1 CDC at 632-8246 or Area F CDC at 632-5199.
Opportunity for students interested in leadership, winter sports, and adventure programs. Participants will challenge themselves physically and mentally with skiing or snowboarding, hiking, ropes course, outdoor survival activities, and resilience workshops.
This resilience and fitness camp is for AF-affiliated middle school students. Eligibility and programmatic information is outlined in the attached Camp Info Sheet. Families will be responsible for transportation costs to Colorado Springs while all other expenses to include meals, lodging, activity fees will be covered at no charge.
The Application Form should be completed digitally then emailed from the sponsor’s official government email for verification, selection, and submission by 12 Oct 16. Priority will be given to dependents with deployed sponsors. Selection notifications will be made by 19 Oct 16.
The Open Rec Program at Aviano Air Base provides age appropriate activities and experiences for youth age 9-13 to include field trips, homework assistance, arts & crafts, science, cooking, music, cultural, community experiences and learning opportunities in safe environments under the supervision of trained program assistants. Options for care consist of before school and after school. Fees for this program are $50 for every three months, purchased in 3, 6, or 12 month units.
With membership, youth receive a membership card, access to privileges in Open Recreation and discounted rates and priority registration for instructional classes and sports. As per AFI 34-249, participation in youth programs is limited to youth up to 18 years old. Parents must complete an AF Form 88, as a part of the Youth Programs Application.