RESOURCES

Air Mobility Command Resources

These are resources for Air Mobility Command Airmen

Air Mobility Command: On-Post Resources

Military OneSource Installation Guide: Click Here >

Scott AFB Resources: Click Here >

Mental Health: (618) 256-7386
Provides clinical care to patients in need of specialized treatment for severe psychiatric conditions. Services provided ensure a stepped-care approach to treatment by working as a team with the Behavioral Health Optimization Program (BHOP) in Primary Care as the 1st consideration for all mental health and behavioral concerns. To access BHOP make an appointment with your primary care clinic at (618) 256-9355 or make an appointment online.

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment: (618) 256-7386
Services include outreach, education, prevention programs, screening, assessment, treatment, consultation, and initiatives to prevent future alcohol or substance misuse. Preventive counseling and education can be provided to individuals or groups. Treatment services provide evidence-based substance use disorder treatment for individuals who are abusing or are dependent on alcohol and/or other substances.

Chaplain: (618) 256-4060
Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc. For emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (618) 256-5891 and the duty chaplain will respond. Website > 

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office: Office (618) 256-4196 or call the 24/7 Helpline (618) 256-7272
SAPR is a DoD-wide quality of life program for victims of sexual assault crimes that provides the following services: (1) Restricted Reporting: Maintains Confidentiality, (2) Unrestricted Reporting: Initiates investigation, (3) Assign a Victim Advocate who is trained to provide crisis intervention, information and referral of on/off base helping agency services to include support through medical and legal proceedings.

Military and Family Life Counseling:  Lakeetra Catchings, (618) 830-0440
Supports and augments installation Child and Youth Programs to provide private and confidential non-medical counseling service to service members, families, children and staff of Child and Youth Programs through non-medical counseling support to children and youth up to age 18 in groups or individually.

Additional contact information:

(1) CDC Bldg 1807 – Jenifer Pittman, 618-381-0635

(2) Youth Center – Renee Cox, 618-302-0950

Employee Assistance Program: (866) 580-9078
The Air Force Employee Assistance Program for Air Force civilian personnel (EAP) offers free confidential services to help you and your household members manage everyday challenges and work on more complex issues. All Air Force civilian personnel, employees; Guard and Reserve; and family members may use the program at no charge to the individual or family member. The EAP provides the same services and same access to care provided in the past with continued access 24/7 via telephone, website or in-person. Website >

Family Advocacy Program: (618) 256-7203; Victim Advocate on-call 24/7: (618) 307-0980
FAP ensures appropriate triage, assessment, and management of child and adult intimate partner maltreatment referrals.  Serves as a consultative resource on intimate partner abuse and child maltreatment for installation unit leadership and agencies.  Services include outreach, education and prevention programs, assessment and consultation, safety planning, couples counseling, and treatment for individuals and families experiencing maltreatment.

Airman Family Readiness Center: (618) 256-8668
The Airman and Family Readiness Center serves as a one-stop information and referral center for single, married, active-duty, Guard, Reserves and retired members as well as their families. One of its major functions is linkage–ensuring military personnel and their families are connected with the appropriate services on and off base. Call the Center for assistance anytime you have a question and do not know where to find the answer. Website >

Military OneSource Installation Guide: Click Here >

Dover AFB Resources: Click Here >

Behavioral Health Optimization Program: (302) 677-4501
BHOP provides brief solution focused behavioral health interventions offered in the primary care clinic for habits, behaviors, stress, worry or emotional concerns about life problems when they are interfering with the functioning or quality of a patient’s daily life. BHOP works closely with your Primary Care Manager to help develop a treatment plan that addresses the physical, behavioral, and emotional aspects of your health, including but not limited to: Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Grief, Sleep problems, Chronic Pain, and Attention/Concentration.

Mental Health: (302) 677-6930
Services include individual, group and psychoeducational treatment for: stress, depression, anxiety, substance-related issues, marital discord, military duty issues, loss or death, family difficulties, management of anger and physical pain, communication problems, sleep disturbance, and other mental health-related concerns.

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment: (302) 363-7272
ADAPT goals are to maintain mission readiness through prevention and treatment of substance abuse, minimize negative consequences of substance abuse to individual, family and organization; provide comprehensive education and treatment for individuals with substance abuse problems; and ultimately, return individuals with substance abuse problems to unrestricted duty status or assist them in transition to civilian life. Webpage >

Chaplain: (302) 677-3932
Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office:

23/7/365 Hotline: (302) 363-7272

Installation SARC: Ms. Gail Reed-Attoh, (302) 677-3680

SAPR is a DoD-wide quality of life program for victims of sexual assault crimes that provides the following services: (1) Restricted Reporting: Maintains Confidentiality, (2) Unrestricted Reporting: Initiates investigation, (3) Assign a Victim Advocate who is trained to provide crisis intervention, information and referral of on/off base helping agency services to include support through medical and legal proceedings. Webpage >

Family Advocacy Program: (302) 677-2711
FAP ensures appropriate triage, assessment, and management of child and adult intimate partner maltreatment referrals.  Serves as a consultative resource on intimate partner abuse and child maltreatment for installation unit leadership and agencies.  Services include outreach, education and prevention programs, assessment and consultation, safety planning, couples counseling, and treatment for individuals and families experiencing maltreatment.

Airman & Family Readiness Center: (302) 677-6930
The Airman and Family Readiness Center serves as a one-stop information and referral center for single, married, active-duty, Guard, Reserves and retired members as well as their families. One of its major functions is linkage–ensuring military personnel and their families are connected with the appropriate services on and off base. Call the Center for assistance anytime you have a question and do not know where to find the answer.

Military OneSource Installation Guide: Click Here >

JB McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst Resources: Click Here >

87th Medical Group Patient Handbook: Click Here >

Behavioral Health Optimization Program:

Make an appointment through your normal appointment process by calling (866) 377-2778, Press 1 after the introduction, and Press 1 again for Family Medicine.

BHOP provides brief solution focused behavioral health interventions offered in the primary care clinic for habits, behaviors, stress, worry or emotional concerns about life problems when they are interfering with the functioning or quality of a patient’s daily life. BHOP works closely with your Primary Care Manager to help develop a treatment plan that addresses the physical, behavioral, and emotional aspects of your health, including but not limited to: Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Grief, Sleep problems, Chronic Pain, and Attention/Concentration.

Mental Health: (609) 754-9324
Services include individual, group and psychoeducational treatment for: stress, depression, anxiety, substance-related issues, marital discord, military duty issues, loss or death, family difficulties, management of anger and physical pain, communication problems, sleep disturbance, and other mental health-related concerns. You do not need a referral. The Mental Health Clinic is located at 3458 Neely Road. Website >

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment: (609) 754-9324
ADAPT goals are to maintain mission readiness through prevention and treatment of substance abuse, minimize negative consequences of substance abuse to individual, family and organization; provide comprehensive education and treatment for individuals with substance abuse problems; and ultimately, return individuals with substance abuse problems to unrestricted duty status or assist them in transition to civilian life.

Chaplain: (609) 754-4673
Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc. For after hour emergencies contact the on-call Chaplain via the Command Post, (609) 754-3935. Webpage >

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office: Office (609) 754-2988 or call the 24/7 Helpline (609) 754-7272
SAPR is a DoD-wide quality of life program for victims of sexual assault crimes that provides the following services: (1) Restricted Reporting: Maintains Confidentiality, (2) Unrestricted Reporting: Initiates investigation, (3) Assign a Victim Advocate who is trained to provide crisis intervention, information and referral of on/off base helping agency services to include support through medical and legal proceedings. Webpage >

Family Advocacy Program: (609) 754-9680; 24/7 hotline (609) 283-5015
FAP ensures appropriate triage, assessment, and management of child and adult intimate partner maltreatment referrals.  Serves as a consultative resource on intimate partner abuse and child maltreatment for installation unit leadership and agencies.  Services include outreach, education and prevention programs, assessment and consultation, safety planning, couples counseling, and treatment for individuals and families experiencing maltreatment.

Military and Family Support Center: (609) 754-3154
MFSC incorporates the Airman and Family Readiness Center, Army Community Service and Fleet & Family Support Center. The Military and Family Support Center (MFSC) supports individuals, families, and leadership with programs and services to strengthen communities, encourage self-sufficiency, enhance mission readiness and ease adaptation to the military way of life. The center serves singles, couples and families alike. Services are provided to military members of all branches of service, DoD employees and their families. Services are provided on a walk-in basis, individual appointments, workshops, events are just a phone call away. Webpage >

JB McGuide Dix Lakehurst Chart

Military OneSource Installation Guide: Click Here >

Little Rock AFB Resources: Click Here > 

Mental Health: (501) 987-7338
Helps individuals, partners, and families with issues related to individual (e.g., stress, anxiety, feeling down, substance abuse) and family concerns (e.g., not feeling connected, stress, separation, violence).  Self-referral is welcomed either via phone call or by walking into the clinic during duty hours.

Chaplain: (501) 987-6014
Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc. For emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900 and the duty chaplain will respond. Website >

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment: (501) 987-7338
The ADAPT Program is designed to identify risk factors and help individuals avoid hazardous substance use before it causes significant damage to their health and career. Also provides evidence-based substance use disorder treatment for individuals who are abusing or are dependent on alcohol or drugs. Individuals are encouraged to self-refer.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office: Office (501) 987-2697; 24/7 Helpline (501) 987-7272
SAPR is a DoD-wide quality of life program for victims of sexual assault crimes that provides the following services: (1) Restricted Reporting: Maintains Confidentiality, (2) Unrestricted Reporting: Initiates investigation, (3) Assign a Victim Advocate who is trained to provide crisis intervention, information and referral of on/off base helping agency services to include support through medical and legal proceedings.

Military Family Life Counselor: (501) 366-7703
MFLC provides anonymous, confidential support to Airmen and their family members, especially those returning from deployments. Program serves active duty Air Force, National Guard and Reserve Airmen and their families. Certified counselors can help you and your family problem solve with issues resulting from deployment, reunions, reintegration and other times of change including: marriage and relationship issues, family issues, stress and anxiety, depression, grief and loss, anger management, and parent and child communication.

Family Advocacy Program: Office: (501) 987-7377; Victim Advocate on-call 24/7: (501) 204-8870
The mission of the FAP is to build healthy communities by implementing programs designed for the prevention and treatment of child and spouse abuse.

Airman & Family Readiness Center: (501) 987-2667
Targeted support aimed at assisting individuals and families to adapt and meet the demands of the military lifestyle. Services include Air Force Aid Society Information and Referrals; Transition Assistance; Relocation Assistance; Employment Assistance; Casualty Assistance; Deployment and Remote Tour support; Key Spouse training; Personal Financial Readiness Services; Emergency Financial Assistance; School Liaison support; Military Child Education support; Exceptional Family Member support; Crisis and Disaster support; Survivor Benefit Program services; Volunteer Resources, Voting Assistance Program and support to Wounded Warriors. Website >

Military OneSource Installation Guide: Click Here >

McConnell AFB Resources: Click Here >

Behavioral Health Optimization Program: (316) 759-5830
BHOP provides brief solution focused behavioral health interventions offered in the primary care clinic for habits, behaviors, stress, worry or emotional concerns about life problems when they are interfering with the functioning or quality of a patient’s daily life. BHOP works closely with your Primary Care Manager to help develop a treatment plan that addresses the physical, behavioral, and emotional aspects of your health, including but not limited to: Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Grief, Sleep problems, Chronic Pain, and Attention/Concentration.

Mental Health: (316) 759-5095 or (316) 759-5091
Helps with issues related to grief; self-referral is welcomed either via phone line below or by stopping by the clinic during duty hours. Mental Health professional provide assessment/evaluation and follow-up therapeutic services/interventions to address various mental health concerns for beneficiaries; provides prevention/outreach on various mental health-related topics, provides pre-deployment and post-injury neurocognitive assessments for military personnel, and provides Disaster Mental Health support and pre-exposure preparation for installation personnel.
Address: Building 250, 57950 Leavenworth St, McConnell AFB KS 67221

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment: (316) 759-5095 or (316)  759-5095
ADAPT promotes readiness, health, and wellness through the prevention and treatment of substance misuse and abuse, to minimize the negative consequences of substance misuse and abuse to the individual, family, and organization. Services include outreach, education, prevention programs, screening, assessment and consultation as well as initiatives to prevent future alcohol misuse, prescription drug misuse, or drug use; preventive counseling, and tailored feedback to individuals or groups. Provides evidence-based substance use disorder treatment for individuals who are abusing or are dependent on alcohol or drugs.

Chaplain: (316) 759-3562
Chaplains provide absolute confidential counseling in all areas with total privileged communication and no duty to report. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition issues, deployment issues, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, and religious services.

Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Office: (316) 759-3048; 24/7 Response Hotline (316) 759-4357
SAPR is a DoD-wide quality of life program for victims of sexual assault crimes that provides the following services: (1) Restricted Reporting: Maintains Confidentiality, (2) Unrestricted Reporting: Initiates investigation, (3) Assign a Victim Advocate who is trained to provide crisis intervention, information and referral of on/off base helping agency services to include support through medical and legal proceedings.

Military Family Life Counselor: Adult – (316) 350-0665 / Child & Youth -(316) 519-3580
Non-Medical Counseling offered by trained, licensed professional counselors for service members and their families. Free of charge for up to 12 sessions.

Airman & Family Readiness Center: (316) 759-6020
Targeted support aimed at assisting individuals and families to adapt and meet the demands of the military lifestyle. Services include Air Force Aid Society Information and Referrals; Transition Assistance; Relocation Assistance; Employment Assistance; Casualty Assistance; Deployment and Remote Tour support; Key Spouse training; Personal Financial Readiness Services; Emergency Financial Assistance; School Liaison support; Military Child Education support; Exceptional Family Member support; Crisis and Disaster support; Survivor Benefit Program services; Volunteer Resources, Voting Assistance Program and support to Wounded Warriors. Website > 

Military OneSource Installation Guide: Click Here >

MacDill AFB Resources: Click Here >

Behavioral Health Optimization Program: (813) 827-2273 and Press 1 to make an appointment

The primary goal of BHOP is to improve the quality of behavioral healthcare through improved access to behavioral healthcare for all beneficiaries. BHC services are appropriate for use with a wide range of problems, to include, but not limited to; individuals experiencing the stresses of daily living (family conflicts, job stress, grief, or life-planning issues), those with mental health conditions (depression, anxiety, or anger issues) and those with chronic medical conditions (pain, insomnia, diabetes).

Mental Health Clinic: (813) 827-9170

Mental Health promotes resiliency and suicide prevention. Services include, group, and psycho educational treatment for stress, anxiety, depression, anger management, adjustment difficulties, post-traumatic stress and other psychological concerns. Psychotropic medication assessments and management are also available.

Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention & Treatment: (813) 827-9170 / (813) 827-9171

The ADAPT Program provides voluntary and referral substance abuse prevention, education, assessments and outpatient treatment to the adult population.

Chaplain: (813) 828-3621

The MacDill AFB Chapel provides spiritual care and the opportunity for Air Force members and their families to exercise their First Amendment right to freedom of religion. The chapel provides pastoral and crisis counseling, worship opportunities, and spiritual resiliency advice.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office: 24/7 Helpline – (813) 828-7272
Office – (813) 828-2678

MacDill’s SAPR office provides 24/7 sexual assault response. The single point of contact for victims from initial report of sexual assault through disposition and resolution of issues related to a victim’s health and well-being.

Family Advocacy Program: (813) 827-9172

The Family Advocacy Program is designed to identify report, assess, and treat family maltreatment (child/spouse abuse) by providing clinical intervention for victims, offenders, and family members.

Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate: (813) 827-9172

Our Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate, (DAVA), provides emotional support, safety planning, and Civilian Protection Order assistance for victims of domestic abuse. The DAVA also provides Information and referrals on obtaining Military or Civilian Orders of Protection, informing you of your rights, safety concerns, and of other military and community resources. For after-hours crisis support 813-279-1320.

New Parent Support Program: (813) 827-9172

The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) provides personalized home visits to build confidence in all aspects of parenting. This program targets prenatal mothers and families with children through age 3. NPSP Nurse assists with developmental play, feeding, sleep routines, behavior challenges and more.

Health Promotion Services – Formerly the HAWC: (813) 828-4739

Provide a top quality, one-stop, state-of-the-art Health Promotion program to increase military readiness, reduce health risks, decrease health care demands and enhance quality of life. Stop by for a blood pressure check, relax in our massage chair, use our exercise equipment, browse our resource library, or get a free mini chair massage. Attend a program for healthy weight, tobacco cessation, disease prevention, supplement safety, efficient running, sports nutrition or fitness for pregnancy. Join us at our outreach events including unit Fit Stops, CC Call briefings, and our base-wide challenges and events. •

Healthcare to Health (H2H): (813) 827-9405

Healthcare to Health promotes multiple initiatives aimed at making healthy lifestyles the norm throughout the Air Force community. Our lifestyle coaches facilitate weekly educational classes and group support for retirees and family members. If you are looking to adopt a healthier lifestyle, manage weight, reduce or reverse health risks like high blood sugar or cholesterol, consider joining one of our Group Lifestyle Balance classes held in both MacDill and Brandon locations.

6th Force Support Squadron/FSS:

The 6th Force Support Squadron (6 FSS) offers a wide variety of morale, welfare, recreational activities, and services. Their mission is to support Team MacDill by providing personnel support, professional military education, child development, family support, food services, lodging, and fitness. Webpage >

Community Support Coordinator: (813) 828-9073

Military OneSource Installation Guide: Click Here >

Travis AFB Resources: Click Here >

Behavioral Health Optimization Program: (707) 423-3756 or (707) 423-7342
BHOP provides brief solution focused behavioral health interventions offered in the primary care clinic for habits, behaviors, stress, worry or emotional concerns about life problems when they are interfering with the functioning or quality of a patient’s daily life. BHOP works closely with your Primary Care Manager to help develop a treatment plan that addresses the physical, behavioral, and emotional aspects of your health, including but not limited to: Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Grief, Sleep problems, Chronic Pain, and Attention/Concentration.

Mental Health: (707) 423-5174
Provides Mental Health assessment/evaluation and follow-up therapeutic services/interventions to address various mental health concerns for beneficiaries; provides prevention/outreach on various mental health-related topics, provides pre-deployment and post-injury neurocognitive assessments for military personnel, and provides Disaster Mental Health support and pre-exposure preparation for installation personnel. Airmen are encouraged to first make an appointment with BHOP.

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment: (707) 423-2348
ADAPT services include outreach, education, prevention programs, screening, assessment and consultation as well as initiatives to prevent future alcohol misuse, prescription drug misuse, or drug use; preventive counseling, and tailored feedback to individuals or groups. Provides evidence-based substance use disorder treatment for individuals who are abusing or are dependent on alcohol or drugs. Self-referrals are encouraged.

Chaplain: (707) 424-3217
Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc. For emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (707) 424-5517 and the duty chaplain will respond. Website >

Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC – Adult/Child): (424) 395-9624 / (510) 480-8993
Non-Medical Counseling offered by trained, licensed professional counselors for service members and their families.  Free of charge for up to 12 sessions.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office: (707) 424-1098; 24/7 Helpline (707) 424-7272
SAPR is a DoD-wide quality of life program for victims of sexual assault crimes that provides the following services: (1) Restricted Reporting – NO INVESTIGATION, (2) Unrestricted Reporting – INITIATES INVESTIGATION, (3) Assign a Victim Advocate who is trained to provide crisis intervention, information and referral of on/off base helping agency services to include support through medical and legal proceedings.

Family Advocacy Program: (707) 423-5168; Victim Advocate on-call 24/7: (707) 232-5109
Helps individuals, partners, and families with issues related to safety concerns/domestic violence; self-referral is welcomed either via phone call or by walking into the clinic during duty hours.  If you are in an emergency situation, please call 911.

Airman & Family Readiness Center: (707) 424-2486
Targeted support aimed at assisting individuals and families to adapt and meet the demands of the military lifestyle. Services include Air Force Aid Society Information and Referrals; Transition Assistance; Relocation Assistance; Employment Assistance; Casualty Assistance; Deployment and Remote Tour support; Key Spouse training; Personal Financial Readiness Services; Emergency Financial Assistance; School Liaison support; Military Child Education support; Exceptional Family Member support; Crisis and Disaster support; Survivor Benefit Program services; Volunteer Resources, Voting Assistance Program and support to Wounded Warriors. Website >

Military OneSource Installation Guide: Click Here >

Community Resource Guide: Click Here >

All Services Base Guide: Click Here >

Mental Health & Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment: (253) 982-3685
The Mental Health Clinic is available by appointment or on a walk-in basis to assist in meeting the emotional and psychological needs of Airmen and their families. Services include evaluation and treatment for mental health, work related issues, marital/family concerns and medication management. The ADAPT section offers evaluation and treatment for substance related disorders. Services include education on substance misuse, individual therapy and group therapy. Contact this clinic for all mental health and substance use related appointments.

Chaplain: (253) 967-3718
Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc. Webpage >

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office: (253) 982-7272
SAPR is a DoD-wide quality of life program for victims of sexual assault crimes that provides the following services: (1) Restricted Reporting: Maintains Confidentiality, (2) Unrestricted Reporting: Initiates investigation, (3) Assign a Victim Advocate who is trained to provide crisis intervention, information and referral of on/off base helping agency services to include support through medical and legal proceedings.

Family Advocacy Program: (253) 966-7233 (24/7 Safe Line)
FAP ensures appropriate triage, assessment, and management of child and adult intimate partner maltreatment referrals.  Serves as a consultative resource on intimate partner abuse and child maltreatment for installation unit leadership and agencies.  Services include outreach, education and prevention programs, assessment and consultation, safety planning, couples counseling, and treatment for individuals and families experiencing maltreatment. Webpage >

Service Member & Family Assistance Center: (253) 966-8433
The Service Member & Family Assistance Center serves as a one-stop information and referral center for single, married, active-duty, Guard, Reserves and retired members as well as their families. One of its major functions is linkage–ensuring military personnel and their families are connected with the appropriate services on and off base. Webpage >

Military OneSource Installation Guide: Click Here >

JB Charleston Resources: Click Here >

JB Charleston Support Squadron: Click Here >

Mental Health Services: (843) 963-6852
Helps individuals, partners, and families with issues related to individual (e.g., stress, anxiety, feeling down, substance abuse) and family concerns (e.g., not feeling connected, stress, separation, violence).  Self-referral is welcomed either via phone call or by walking into the clinic located in Bldg 1000 (Across the street from 628th MDG) between 0730-1630 on Monday-Friday.
If you are experiencing thoughts of hurting/killing yourself or someone else, please call 911. If you are not in an emergency situation, you can walk into the Mental Health clinic during duty hours or call us at the number below to schedule an appointment. In the case of an after-hours mental health crisis, please contact your first sergeant or commander.

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment: (843) 963-6852
ADAPT services include outreach, education, prevention programs, screening, assessment and consultation as well as initiatives to prevent future alcohol misuse, prescription drug misuse, or drug use; preventive counseling, and tailored feedback to individuals or groups. Provides evidence-based substance use disorder treatment for individuals who are abusing or are dependent on alcohol or drugs. Self-referrals are encouraged.

Chaplain: (843) 963-4673
Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc. For emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (843) 963-8400 and the duty chaplain will respond. Webpage >

Military Family Life CounselorJBC-AB (843) 637-9847 / JBC-WS (843) 371-6045
The MFLC Program provides short-term, non-medical counseling support for a range of issues including: relationships, crisis intervention, stress management, grief, occupational and other individual and family issues.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office: (843) 963-7880 (office) / (843) 963-7272 (24/7 line)
SAPR is a DoD-wide quality of life program for victims of sexual assault crimes that provides the following services: (1) Restricted Reporting – NO INVESTIGATION, (2) Unrestricted Reporting – INITIATES INVESTIGATION, (3) Assign a Victim Advocate who is trained to provide crisis intervention, information and referral of on/off base helping agency services to include support through medical and legal proceedings.

Family Advocacy Program: (843)963-6972 (Airbase)  / (843)794-4192 (Weapons Station) / Victim Advocate on-call (843) 310-1884
Helps individuals, partners, and families with issues related to safety concerns/domestic violence; self-referral is welcomed either via phone call or by walking into the clinic during duty hours.  If you are in an emergency situation, please call 911.

Military OneSource Installation Guide: Click Here >

Fairchild AFB Resources: Website >

Behavioral Health (Counseling): (509) 247-2361
Behavioral health providers in the medical clinic to deliver strategic counseling.

Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention & Treatment (ADAPT): (509) 247-2731
ADAPT is focused on helping people with substance abuse issues and addiction problems.

Chaplain: (509) 247-2264
Chaplains nurture, equip and inspire Team Fairchild as we develop and maintain spiritual fitness. Discussions are 100% confidential. Webpage >

Sexual Assault Prevention & Response: (509) 247-7272 (24/7 hotline)
SAPR provides restricted and unrestricted reporting and victims advocates. Webpage >

Airman Family Readiness Center: (509) 247-2246
Helps families prepare for any kind of demand, throughout activation, mobilization, deployment and beyond. Webpage >

Military Family Life Counselor: (509) 435-1992
MFLC assists military families facing unique challenges and issues.

Equal opportunity: (509) 247-2555
This is the policy of treating employees and others without discrimination, especially on the basis of their sex, race, or age.

Crisis Resources & Hotlines

Website: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Phone: 800-273-8255

Description: This is a confidential, toll-free, 24-hour suicide prevention hotline. Call 1-800-273-TALK to receive support and local referrals.

Website: Crisis Text Line

Phone: Text “HOME” to 741-741

Description: This is a confidential, 24-hour suicide prevention text line. Text “HOME” to 741-741 to receive support and local referrals.

Description: The Veterans Crisis Line provides confidential help for Veterans, Service Members, and their families.

Website (and online chat): Veteran Crisis Line >

Phone: 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1

Text: 838-255

Website: National Domestic Violence Hotline

Phone: 800-799-7233

Description: The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides 24/7 counseling and support to victims of domestic violence and abuse at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233). You can also chat online at the website above.

Website: The Trevor Project

Phone: 866-488-7386

Description: The Trevor Project’s trained counselors are here to support 24/7. If you are a young person in crisis, feeling suicidal, or in need of a safe and judgment-free place to talk, call the TrevorLifeline now at 1-866-488-7386. Text and online chat is available on the website above.

Website: Teen Health & Wellness Hotline List

Description: A list of hotlines for teens facing issues ranging from bullying and abuse to drugs and eating disorders.

Other Military & Veteran Resources

Description: Military OneSource is a U.S. Department of Defense program that provides resources and support to active-duty, National Guard and Reserve service members and their families anywhere in the world. The program is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at no cost. No matter what resource you are looking for, Military OneSource can point you in the right direction. Additionally, Military OneSource offers free, confidential, face-to-face counseling support.

Website: MilitaryOneSource.mil >

Phone (CONUS): (800) 342-9647

International Calling Options (OCONUS): Click Here >

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Description: Review this DoD website that provides a list of organizations that support service members and their families through assistance with education, finances, health care, employment and overall well-being.

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Description: Vet Centers are community-based counseling centers that provide a wide range of social and psychological services, including professional readjustment counseling to eligible Veterans, active duty service members, including National Guard and Reserve components, and their families. Readjustment counseling is offered to make a successful transition from military to civilian life or after a traumatic event experienced in the military. Individual, group, marriage and family counseling is offered in addition to referral and connection to other VA or community benefits and services. Vet Center counselors and outreach staff, many of whom are Veterans themselves, are experienced and prepared to discuss the tragedies of war, loss, grief and transition after trauma.

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Vet Center Call Center: (877) 927-8387

Description: The Family Advocacy Program is a supportive resource for service members and their families. The program provides support and resources to help families develop and sustain healthy, strong relationships. They can provide individual, couples or family counseling, as well as support groups and other resources. The Family Advocacy Program also assesses, refers and provides counseling for families experiencing domestic violence or child abuse and will also refer at-risk individuals for other immediate professional, medical mental health treatment.

 

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If you are experiencing domestic abuse and are seeking help, visit MilitaryINSTALLATIONS to locate the closest Family Advocacy Program, or contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-7233 to be connected with an advocate for immediate emotional support and safety planning.

Call 911 if you are in immediate danger of assault or physical injury. If you are on a military installation, call your military law enforcement office.

Self-Care Resources for Burnout

Mindfulness activities such as controlled breathing, meditation and guided imagery have been shown to help reduce stress. According to research mindfulness activities have several benefits for physical and mental health. Some of the strongest health benefits include: improving mood, reducing stress, helping cope with physical pain and improving brain functioning.

StressRemedy has a selection of free guided meditation exercises that you can try.

Below are a few audio guides that can help with practicing slowing down thoughts and reconnecting the mind and body:

Awareness of Breath

Giving and Receiving Compassion with Cassondra Graff

Short Seated Meditation with Allan Goldstein

Journaling has been shown to decrease blood pressure, ease symptoms of depression, and improve immune functioning. Research indicated that journaling reduces blood pressure, improves mood, and decreases absenteeism.

Article: Journaling: A Valuable Tool for Registered Nurses >

Article: The Benefits of Journaling >

Yoga can help reduce the feelings of stress, helping to release the body and mind from a state of “fight-or-flight”, and bringing it into a state of “rest-and-digest”, by engaging the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS).

Listening to or playing music is a great way to help manage burnout. Music is extremely powerful when it comes to stress-management and relaxation. It can aid in meditation, lower your heart rate and blood pressure, and helps decrease stress hormone levels.

Regular physical activity can improve quality of life and relieve stress, tension, anxiety, and depression. You may notice a “feel good” sensation immediately following your workout and also see an improvement in overall well-being over time as physical activity becomes a regular part of your life.

Article: Working Out to Relieve Stress >

Video: Increasing Your Productivity with Exercise >

Sleep is critical to a healthy mind and healthy body. Research has shown that people with burnout have significantly higher insomnia troubles, sleep fragmentation, and non-restorative sleep. In addition, burnout subjects have higher levels of anxiety and depression scores. Improving sleep doesn’t happen quickly, but there are some steps you can take to improve sleep hygiene that can get you on the road to a better night sleep.

Choosing healthy foods may help you to feel well and happy. A balanced wholesome diet may help to prevent and improve symptoms of depression and anxiety. A diet rich in processed foods with added salt, sugars and fats may lead to poor mental health and exacerbate symptoms of burnout.

Mental Health Organizations

Website: SAMHSA

Description: The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is a branch of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. It is charged with improving the quality and availability of treatment and rehabilitative services in order to reduce illness, death, disability, and the cost to society resulting from substance use disorders and mental illnesses.

Website: National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

Description: The National Association of Mental Illness is the largest nationwide mental health advocacy grassroots organization with hundreds of state organizations, affiliates and volunteers. It is a hub for support groups, free education, raising awareness and building community.

Website: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM–5)

Description: The website of the current edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) provides complementary information to its print edition about the classification, assessment, symptoms and treatment of mental disorders.

Website: Mental Health America

Description: Mental Health America’s (MHA’s) programs and initiatives fulfill its mission of promoting mental health and preventing mental illness through advocacy, education, research and services. MHA’s national office and its 200+ affiliates and associates around the country work every day to protect the rights and dignity of individuals with lived experience and ensure that peers and their voices are integrated into all areas of the organization.

Website: LGBT National Help Center

Description: The LGBT National Help Center provides an online peer-support chat as well as free, confidential counseling over the phone for the LGBT community. Additional resources can be found on the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) website.

Website: Office of Minority Health

Description: The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health website provides statistics, news and treatment information.

Website: National Council on Aging

Description: The National Council on Aging promotes programs that help seniors cope with mental health issues like depression, anxiety, addiction and more.

Website: American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Description: The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) raises awareness, funds scientific research and provides resources and aid to those affected by suicide.

Website: Youth.gov

Description: Youth.gov is a hub of government information about youth mental health issues, including substance use disorder, bullying and homelessness.

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