AFSC delivers staff/services that successfully combine the highest possible quality and effort, with an unparalleled understanding of and compassion for the needs of Warriors, Veterans and Families.
AFSC’s legacy goes back to 1879 with the formation of a nonprofit organization established to care for surviving spouses from The Battle of Little Big Horn. Before there was a Veterans Administration, they were working to make sure veterans and their
families were cared for.
With the passage of the Social Security Act of 1957, they began true case management for individuals/families who were separated from the military, retired, or passed away. With the passage of the Survivor Benefit Plan in 1972, they began to expand their superior case management organization, to include a focus on life planning, transition services, and new benefits for Warriors, Veterans and their Families.
Today, AFSC provides world-class staff and services to programs throughout government. We provide small high level innovation and planning teams, and very large cadres of case managers for the wounded, and for surviving families. AFSC's rapid response teams have supported military personnel and leaders through some of the most difficult events in US military history. Our services enhance the quality of life for over one million service members, veterans and families.
AFSC is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOB) focused on improving lives within the military/veteran community.