Creech M&FRC

The Creech Military & Family Readiness Center (M&FRC) serves as a one-stop information and referral center for active-duty, Guard, Reserve, retired, and civilian Airmen, and their family members.
The M&FRC has free WiFi, a CAC-enabled workstation, and free printing. The resource room at the Center contains a variety of booklets and materials on topics such as finances, job search, parenting, relocation, and much more. 
Consolidated Support Center, Bldg 24, room 220, Second. St.
Hours of Operation:
7:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. (First Wednesday)
7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Mon-Fri) 
Contact Information:
Phone: 702-404-0864

Creech M&FRC Services

We offer assistance in the following key areas of your work life:
AIR FORCE AID SOCIETY (AFAS) - Provides emergency financial assistance, education programs, and a variety of community enhancement programs. For more information, and to submit AFAS financial assistance application, visit 
AIR FORCE FAMILIES FOREVER (AFFF) - Long-term survivor aftercare program to support family members of deceased Regular Air Force/Reserve Airmen.

DEPLOYMENT SUPPORT - Provides mobility and deployment support to personnel and families to meet pre-deployment, sustainment, and post-deployment challenges.  Sampling of workshops include:
  • Pre-deployment briefing
  • Reintegration briefing
EMERGENCY FAMILY ASSISTANCE CENTER - Established at the direction of the installation commander to provide one-stop assistance to the community during disaster/crisis/evacuation situations.
EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE - Educates military spouses and transitioning service personnel on job-seeker skills and assists them in pursuit of employment and career goals.  Sampling of workshops include:
  • Writing an Effective Resume
  • Linked In or Left Out
  • Navigating Your Federal Resume
  • Spouse Employment Strategies
  • How to Make a Virtual Job Fair Work For You
EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY MEMBER PROGRAM – FAMILY SUPPORT - Offers needs assessments and service plans, support and information to families with special needs.
INFORMATION & REFERRAL - Links individuals and families with the right resource to meet their needs, utilizing services available on base, in the local community and across the world.

PERSONAL & WORK/LIFE - Enhance individuals’ knowledge, skills, and abilities to anticipate and meet challenges throughout states of military family life cycle.  Includes Commander's Key Support Program.
  • Commander’s Key Support Program - The U.S. Air and Space Force Commander’s Key Support Program (CKSP) is an official Unit Family Readiness Program designed to enhance readiness and establish a sense of community. Key Support Liaisons (KSL) are volunteers appointed by the unit Commander that serve as a conduit of information providing resources to Air and Space Force families.
  • Military & Family Life Counselor - Our center is staffed with a Military and Family Life Counselor (MFLC) who provides short-term solution-based counseling to service members and their families. We offer non-medical counseling in the following areas: anger management, communication, relationship issues, conflict resolution, parenting, decision making skills, deployment stress, coping skills, home sickness, relocation adjustment, reintegration, separation, building resiliency and grief/loss.  Services are private excepting duty-to-warn situations.
PERSONAL FINANCIAL READINESS - Offers information, education, and personal counseling to help individuals and families maintain financial readiness/stability and achieve their financial goals.  Sampling of workshops include:
  • Ditching the Dorm - Overview on roommate issues, leases, furnishings, and finances.
  • Thrift Savings Plan
  • Car Buying
  • Home Buying and Mortgages
  • Personal Finances for First Duty Station Officers- Required for all first duty station officers, within 90 days of arrival.
  • Basic Investing
  • Tax Planning
  • Investing for Retirement
  • Raising Financially Fit Kids
RELOCATION - Provides relocation information, education, and skills development.
TRANSITION - Provides education and counseling to ensure personnel and spouses transition successfully to civilian life.
  • Individualized Counseling (Step 1A)
  • Pre-Separation Counseling (Step 1B)
  • Transition Curriculum (Step 3)
  • Capstone Appointment (Step 4)
VOLUNTEER RESOURCES - Collaborates with volunteer agencies to offer volunteer opportunities.
  • Nellis/Creech Installation Voting Assistance Officer - Nellis Military & Family Readiness Center 702-652-3327
  • Federal Voting Assistance Program