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AFHA is recognized by the DOD under the Office of the Secretary  of  the  Army. The association provides information to families transferring to overseas or continental United States (CONUS)  duty  stations.  Files  are  kept  on  military installations worldwide. Information is available on schools, campsites, and tours nationwide. AFHA also provides  Welcome  Aboard  packets  for  newcomers  to  the Washington,  DC,  area  and  keeps  files  on  consumer issues as well. The organization offers its services to officer and enlisted  personnel  of  all  branches  of  the  uniformed services and to authorized civilian personnel. To  request  information,  write  to  Armed  Forces Hostess  Association,  Room  1A736,  the  Pentagon, Washington,  DC  20310-3133. ARMED SERVICES YOUNG MEN’S CHRISTIAN  ASSOCIATION Today’s   AS/YMCA   programs   focus   on contemporary needs of young enlisted personnel and their  families. The AS/YMCA offers a broad range of activities and services, including prenatal, birthing, and parenting classes,  and  counseling  or  treatment  referrals  for substance,  spouse,  or  child  abuse.  The  AS/YMCA  also provides  emergency  services  such  as  transportation  to medical  facilities,  commissaries,  and  base  service agencies.  Additionally  the  AS/YMCA  is  involved  with General  Educational  Development  (GED)  and  English as  a  Second  Language  (ESL)  classes  for  foreign dependents   and   those   seeking   to   complete   their secondary  education  programs  to  complement  services provided  by  the  military. The AS/YMCA also sponsors many support groups such as Waiting Wives to assist those whose spouses are deployed;  Healing  Hearts  to  assist  those  who  have suffered the death of a child; as well as groups to help those  with  disabled  children,  those  who  have  recently lost   a   spouse,    or   those   with   other   family stress-provoking   experiences. The  AS/YMCA  is  a  charitable,  nonprofit organization that relies on individual donations and contributions from the United Way and the CFC. For  more  information  on  the  services  that  are available, write to the Armed Services YMCA, Suite 215,   6225   Brandon   Ave.,   Springfield,   Virginia 22150-2510. NON-COMMISSIONED   OFFICERS ASSOCIATION The   Non-Commissioned   Officers   Association (NCOA)  was  organized  to  promote  and  protect  the benefits  and  rights  of  noncommissioned  officers,  petty officers,  and  veterans  of  all  branches  of  the  armed forces, active duty, Reserve, and National Guard. In 1980, an International Auxiliary and a Veterans Division were  added  to  the  NCOA.  In  1991,  an  Apprentice Division for service members in paygrades E-1 through E-3 was authorized. The NCOA offers members a wide variety  of  services,  including  the  following: Veterans’  employment  assistance A  mini  resume  computer-assisted  matching program to help in job searches Scholarships  to  children  and  spouses  of  NCOA members Medical trust fund to offset major medical costs Health,  life,  and  property  insurance;  supple- mental Civilian Health and Medical Program of the  Uniformed  Services  (CHAMPUS)  insurance Community  awareness  programs  such  as  special olympics and voter registration drives The  NCOA  also  actively  lobbies  Congress  on matters affecting the military and veteran communities. The NCOA has four categories of membership–Regular Division, Veterans Division, Associate Division, and International Auxiliary. Membership  in  the  International  Auxiliary  of  the NCOA is open to spouses of active duty members in paygrades  E-1  through  E-9,  other  family  members  18 years of age or older and living in the service member’s household,   and   former   spouses   of   armed   forces personnel. There is an annual membership fee. Widows  or  widowers  of  former  members,  or  of persons  who  would  have  been  eligible  for  membership in  the  Regular  or  Veterans  Divisions,  can  join  the Associate Division. There is annual fee. For  more  information  about  membership  or benefits,  write  to  the  Non-Commissioned  Officers Association,  P.O.  Box  33610,  San  Antonio,  Texas 78265. 6-4

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