Comprehensive Airman Fitness Electronic “We Care” Guide

This guide contains a list of services and resources available to members of our military community. It does not provide exhaustive information about each resource. Instead, it provides just enough information for you to quickly determine what resources are available to serve your needs. You can then use the phone numbers or web links to obtain more detailed information for a particular service. The We Care link is a needs-based search engine that allows you to connect with a choice of providers. The We Care guide also serves as a referral document for commanders, community leaders, and program managers. This comprehensive listing will empower you to find what you need to be a successful and resilient member of the Air Force family. Wherever you go in AMC, there will be a We Care guide!

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ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT:

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) – 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. Individuals can self-refer.

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.

Facility:  19th Medical Group, Bldg. 1090

Address:  1090 Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and some DoD Beneficiaries and Civilians (case-by-case)

When:  0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where:  ADAPT, 2nd floor

Cost:  FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7338

Resource Provider: ADAPT Staff

Last Updated:  6/7/2018

DRUG DEMAND REDUCTION:

Drug Demand Reduction (DDR):  DDR mission is to prevent the use of illicit drugs and alcohol among military personnel, Civil Service Employees, NAF personnel, and Family Members by providing education, training and information that promotes wellness and healthy lifestyles.  The Air Force zero-tolerance for illegal drugs requires random testing for active duty, civil service and NAF employees.  Pre-employment testing is accomplished for those seeking to secure civil service positions, promotions, or transitioning from reservist to active duty status.  Training is offered to unit members to perform duties as a collector to cover shift workers overnight.  As a resource for commanders the program can provide gate and unit sweeps, probable cause, voluntary consent, “Bickle”, and commander directed testing. The program aims to create a drug free workplace and a mission ready force.

Facility: Drug Testing Clinic

Address: 1995 Arnold Drive, Bldg. 1995

Intended for: Active Duty, Civil Service Employees, NAF Employees, Family Members, ANG, Reservists and Pre-Employment

When: 0730-1630, Mon – Fri

Where: Bldg. 1995, Room 102

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-8982

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

CHAPEL:

Chapel - 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.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: Bldg. 950 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7 (closed noon-1 for lunch)

Where: Base Chapel, Bldg. 950

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-6014; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Base-Chapel/

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: 800-222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling (800) 222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

CIVILIAN HEALTH PROMOTION SERVICES:

Civilian Health Promotion Services (CHPS) – CHPS enhances readiness, productivity, employee health and engagement of the civilian workforce to minimize personal risk of preventable injury, illness, or suicide. CHPS provides free resources to help the DoD civilian workforce maintain and improve their health and wellbeing.  CHPS offers a wellness website portal, wide variety of health education classes, multiple wellness screenings (cholesterol and blood sugar, blood pressure, and body composition), wellness challenges and health awareness campaigns.

Cost:  FREE

Phone:  (801) 586-9593

Website:  https://afmcwellness.com/

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER

Airman & Family Readiness Center - 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. 

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: Bldg. 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri. except for Tues. when they are open 0730-1400

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940 (Inside the Walters Community Support Center)

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Airman-and-Family-Readiness/  

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

CHAPEL:

Chapel - 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.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: Bldg. 950 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7 (closed noon-1 for lunch)

Where: Base Chapel, Bldg. 950

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-6014; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Base-Chapel/

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:

Equal Opportunity – Provide military and civilian complaint processing for allegations of unlawful discrimination that fall within the purview of the Civil Act Rights of 1964, Title VII.  Those protected categories for military members are race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual harassment, and sexual orientation.  DoD civilian employees are also protected by the previous categories, along with age, disability, reprisal for prior EEO activity, pregnancy for sex discrimination, and genetic information.  In an effort to promote an environment free from unlawful discrimination and/or harassment, the EO Office offers conflict resolution methods through mediation and facilitation utilizing the Alternate Dispute Resolution Program. Team building and specialized training (i.e. focus groups, cultural awareness, etc.) are also provided in an effort to deliver all levels of leadership preventative measures for a more cohesive environment with effective communication.

Facility: Bldg. 1260

Address: 1260 Thomas Avenue

Intended for: Active Duty, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members, and Retirees

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Room 120

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-8629; for emergency services after duty hours contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900.

Resource Provider: EO Specialists, EO Director

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

HEALTH AND WELLNESS CENTER:

HAWC - The Health and Wellness Center offers a variety of programs and classes on nutrition, fitness improvement, movement improvement, stress management and more. The HAWC is your one stop shop for improving your health and performance. The center is staffed with professional trainers and a registered dietician to help provide you counsel and guidance for your physical health.

Facility: Fitness Center

Address: Bldg. 827, 6th Street (Inside the Fitness Center)

Intended for: Active Duty and their eligible family members, DoD civil service, contractors, ANG, and USAFR.

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Fitness Center, 1st floor by Front Door

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7288

Resource Provider: Health and Wellness Center Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION AND RESPONSE OFFICE:

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (SAPR) is a DoD-wide quality of life program for victims of sexual assault crimes that provides the following services:

-- Restricted Reporting: Maintains Confidentiality -- NO INVESTIGATION - Report MUST be made to SARC, healthcare provider, Chaplain, SVC or Victim Advocate ONLY

-- Unrestricted Reporting: INVESTIGATION STARTED - Whenever the sexual assault information is given to the chain of command to include immediate supervisor, 1st Sgt, commanders, OSI, Security Forces or when the victim wants to proceed to investigation

-- 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.

Facility: Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office

Address: 1260 Thomas Avenue

Intended for: Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, Dependents 18+, DoD Civilians

When: on-call 24/7

Where: Rooms 104 and 105

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office (501) 987-2697 or 2685; 24/7 Helpline (501) 987-7272

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

CIVILIAN PERSONNEL:

Civilian Personnel - Provides services to meet the needs of management, supervisors, and the civilian workforce. Services include: advisory guidance in the areas of recruitment, staffing, position management, employee relations, labor and workforce planning, and promotes prevention and resolution of labor disputes in a manner that gives full effect to the collective-bargaining rights of employees, unions and management. Employees wishing to apply for positions, should go to www.afciviliancareers.com.

Facility: Consolidated Support Center

Address: 1255 Vandenberg Blvd.

Intended for: Federal Service Civilians and their Supervisors

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Room 227

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-3212

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Civil-Service/ and www.littlerock.af.mil/Library/Employment/

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:

Equal Opportunity – Provide military and civilian complaint processing for allegations of unlawful discrimination that fall within the purview of the Civil Act Rights of 1964, Title VII.  Those protected categories for military members are race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual harassment, and sexual orientation.  DoD civilian employees are also protected by the previous categories, along with age, disability, reprisal for prior EEO activity, pregnancy for sex discrimination, and genetic information.  In an effort to promote an environment free from unlawful discrimination and/or harassment, the EO Office offers conflict resolution methods through mediation and facilitation utilizing the Alternate Dispute Resolution Program. Team building and specialized training (i.e. focus groups, cultural awareness, etc.) are also provided in an effort to deliver all levels of leadership preventative measures for a more cohesive environment with effective communication.

Facility: Bldg. 1260

Address: 1260 Thomas Avenue

Intended for: Active Duty, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members, and Retirees

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Room 120

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-8629; for emergency services after duty hours contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900.

Resource Provider: EO Specialists, EO Director

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

INSPECTOR GENERAL:

Inspector General (IG) The IG ensures the concerns of all complainants and the best interests of the Air Force are addressed through objective fact-finding to enhance the discipline, readiness, and warfighting capability of the entire wing.

Facility: Bldg. 1260

Address: 1260 Thomas Avenue

Intended for: Active Duty, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members, and Retirees

When: 0730-1700, Mon-Fri

Where: Rooms 116, 117 and 118

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-3596

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Inspector-General-Office/

Resource Provider: IG Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

CIVILIAN PERSONNEL:

Civilian Personnel - Provides services to meet the needs of management, supervisors, and the civilian workforce. Services include: advisory guidance in the areas of recruitment, staffing, position management, employee relations, labor and workforce planning, and promotes prevention and resolution of labor disputes in a manner that gives full effect to the collective-bargaining rights of employees, unions and management. Employees wishing to apply for positions, should go to www.afciviliancareers.com.

Facility: Consolidated Support Center

Address: 1255 Vandenberg Blvd.

Intended for: Federal Service Civilians and their Supervisors

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Room 227

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-3212

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Civil-Service/ and www.littlerock.af.mil/Library/Employment/

CHAPEL:

Chapel - 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.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: Bldg. 950 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7 (closed noon-1 for lunch)

Where: Base Chapel, Bldg. 950

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-6014; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Base-Chapel/

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health 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.

Facility:  Base Clinic

Address:  Bldg. 1090, Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and some DoD Beneficiaries and Civilians (case-by-case)

When:  0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where:  Mental Health Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost:  FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7338

Resource Provider: Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MILITARY FAMILY LIFE COUNSELOR:

Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC - Adult/Child) - Provide 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.

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, designated DoD civilian, and their eligible family members; surviving children. Children 18 years old or younger require parental consent for counseling sessions.

When: By appointment

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 366-7703

Resource Provider: Military Family Life Counselors

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT:

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) – 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. Individuals can self-refer.

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.

Facility:  19th Medical Group, Bldg. 1090

Address:  1090 Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and some DoD Beneficiaries and Civilians (case-by-case)

When:  0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where:  ADAPT, 2nd floor

Cost:  FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7338

Resource Provider: ADAPT Staff

Last Updated:  6/7/2018

FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM:

Family Advocacy Program (FAP) -The mission of the Family Advocacy Program is to build healthy communities by implementing programs designed for the prevention and treatment of child and spouse abuse.

Facility: Base Clinic

Address: 1090 Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and DoD Beneficiaries

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Across from Dental Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (501) 987-7377; Victim Advocate on-call 24/7: (501) 204-8870

Resource Provider: Family Advocacy Program Staff

Last Updated:  6/7/2018

CHAPEL:

Chapel - 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.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: Bldg. 950 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7 (closed noon-1 for lunch)

Where: Base Chapel, Bldg. 950

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-6014; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Base-Chapel/

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM:

Family Advocacy Program (FAP) -The mission of the Family Advocacy Program is to build healthy communities by implementing programs designed for the prevention and treatment of child and spouse abuse.

Facility: 19th Medical Group Base Clinic

Address: 1090 Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and DoD Beneficiaries

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Across from Dental Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (501) 987-7377; Victim Advocate on-call 24/7: (501) 204-8870

Resource Provider: Family Advocacy Program Staff

Last Updated:  6/7/2018

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health 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.

Facility:  Base Clinic

Address:  Bldg. 1090, Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and some DoD Beneficiaries and Civilians (case-by-case)

When:  0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where:  Mental Health Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost:  FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7338

Resource Provider: Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT:

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) – 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. Individuals can self-refer.

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.

Facility:  19th Medical Group, Bldg. 1090

Address:  1090 Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and some DoD Beneficiaries and Civilians (case-by-case)

When:  0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where:  ADAPT, 2nd floor

Cost:  FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7338

Resource Provider: ADAPT Staff

Last Updated:  6/7/2018

MILITARY FAMILY LIFE COUNSELOR:

Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC - Adult/Child) - Provide 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.

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, designated DoD civilian, and their eligible family members; surviving children. Children 18 years old or younger require parental consent for counseling sessions.

When: By appointment

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 366-7703

Resource Provider: Military Family Life Counselors

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER

Airman & Family Readiness Center - 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. 

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: Bldg. 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri. except for Tues. when they are open 0730-1400

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940 (Inside the Walters Community Support Center)

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Airman-and-Family-Readiness/  

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: 800-222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

CHAPEL:

Chapel - 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.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: Bldg. 950 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7 (closed noon-1 for lunch)

Where: Base Chapel, Bldg. 950

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-6014; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Base-Chapel/

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated:6/7/2018

FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM:

Family Advocacy Program (FAP) -The mission of the Family Advocacy Program is to build healthy communities by implementing programs designed for the prevention and treatment of child and spouse abuse.

Facility: 19th Medical Group Base Clinic

Address: 1090 Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and DoD Beneficiaries

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Across from Dental Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (501) 987-7377; Victim Advocate on-call 24/7: (501) 204-8870

Resource Provider: Family Advocacy Program Staff

Last Updated:  6/7/2018

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health 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.

Facility:  19th Medical Group Base Clinic

Address:  Bldg. 1090, Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and some DoD Beneficiaries and Civilians (case-by-case)

When:  0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where:  Mental Health Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost:  FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7338

Resource Provider: Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER

Airman & Family Readiness Center - 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. 

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: Bldg. 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri. except for Tues. when they are open 0730-1400

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940 (Inside the Walters Community Support Center)

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Airman-and-Family-Readiness/  

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

LEGAL:

Legal - Licensed attorneys offer confidential consultation to active duty, dependents of active duty, retirees, dependents of retirees, and Reserve/Guard troops on orders.  19 AW/JA attorneys assist members with self-representation; research applicable state laws; and provide advice on marriage, dissolution of marriage or divorce, child support, child custody, property distribution and related family law matters.

Facility: Legal Office, 19th Airlift Wing Headquarters

Address: Bldg. 1250 Thomas Avenue

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve and Guard who are on active duty and their dependents, Retired military members and their dependents. You must be receiving retirement pay to be eligible for services.

When: See Web page, www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Legal-Office/

Where: 2nd floor of 19th AW Headquarters Bldg.

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7886

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Legal-Office/ 

Resource Provider: Legal Office Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: 800-222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM:

Family Advocacy Program (FAP) -The mission of the Family Advocacy Program is to build healthy communities by implementing programs designed for the prevention and treatment of child and spouse abuse.

Facility: 19th Medical Group Base Clinic

Address: 1090 Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and DoD Beneficiaries

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Across from Dental Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (501) 987-7377; Victim Advocate on-call 24/7: (501) 204-8870

Resource Provider: Family Advocacy Program Staff

Last Updated:  6/7/2018

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health 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.

Facility:  19th Medical Group Base Clinic

Address:  Bldg. 1090, Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and some DoD Beneficiaries and Civilians (case-by-case)

When:  0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where:  Mental Health Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost:  FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7338

Resource Provider: Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

CHAPEL:

Chapel - 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.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: Bldg. 950 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7 (closed noon-1 for lunch)

Where: Base Chapel, Bldg. 950

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-6014; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Base-Chapel/

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: 800-222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

JACKSONVILLE-LITTLE ROCK AFB UNIVERSITY CENTER:

Jax-LRAFB University Center - Education Services offers academic advisement, college courses, funding, program guidance, and testing services to assist Airmen with meeting personal and professional higher education goals.  Information and/or assistance is available for the following programs:  Air Force Credentialing Opportunities On-line (AF COOL), Commissioning Programs, Air Force Virtual Education Center (AFVEC), Career Skills Program (CSP), Community College of the Air Force (CCAF), CLEP/DANTES, Military Tuition Assistance (Mil TA), Transition Assistance Program Goals, Plans and Success - Higher Education (TAP GPS – HE) Track, and Veterans Affairs Education Benefits.

Facility: Jacksonville-LRAFB University Center

Address: Bldg. 1490 Vandenberg Blvd.

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, retirees, federal service Civilians, their eligible family members and local community members. 

When: 0800 - 1600, Mon-Thurs;  Fri, 1000 - 1500    Closed on all federal holidays, AMC Family Days, & wing training days.

Where: Jacksonville-LRAFB University Center, outside the base gate on Vandenberg

Phone: (501) 987-3417

Website: www.rockinattherock.com/education/

Resource Provider: Education Center Staff

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

SCHOOL LIAISON OFFICER:

School Liaison Officer - Provides answers to military children and teens concerns. Seeks to engage and educate policymakers, not-for-profit associations, concerned business interests, and other leaders about the needs of military members & their families. Consults on how to choose a school.

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri. 

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667

Resource Provider: School Liaison Officer

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER

Airman & Family Readiness Center - 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. 

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: Bldg. 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri. except for Tues. when they are open 0730-1400

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940 (Inside the Walters Community Support Center)

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Airman-and-Family-Readiness/  

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER

Airman & Family Readiness Center - 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. 

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: Bldg. 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri. except for Tues. when they are open 0730-1400

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940 (Inside the Walters Community Support Center)

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Airman-and-Family-Readiness/  

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

CIVILIAN PERSONNEL:

Civilian Personnel - Provides services to meet the needs of management, supervisors, and the civilian workforce. Services include: advisory guidance in the areas of recruitment, staffing, position management, employee relations, labor and workforce planning, and promotes prevention and resolution of labor disputes in a manner that gives full effect to the collective-bargaining rights of employees, unions and management. Employees wishing to apply for positions, should go to www.afciviliancareers.com.

Facility: Consolidated Support Center

Address: 1255 Vandenberg Blvd.

Intended for: Federal Service Civilians and their Supervisors

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Room 227

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-3212

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Civil-Service/ and www.littlerock.af.mil/Library/Employment/

DECA:

DECA – Federal Government Agency with a wide range of career fields.  DeCA encourages all prospective employees to apply for any available opportunity in the store, region, or headquarters as they expand their product knowledge, develop their skills, and enhance their value as a DeCA team member.  Please apply for all Commissary jobs at https://www.usajobs.gov/.

Website: https://www.usajobs.gov/

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

EXCHANGE:

Main Exchange - Our relationship with the military goes back to 1895, when General Order No. 46 established the concept for what became the Exchange.  Our job is to serve the Army and Air Force active duty servicemen and women.  Wherever they are.  Wherever they go.  We also serve their dependents, retired military members, the Guard and Reserve.

Website: www.applymyexchange.com 

  1. Go to www.applymyexchange.com and click “Apply Now”
  2. Click “Search openings.  View all current opportunities
  3. Under Exchange Location, Scroll down to United States-Arkansas-Little Rock AFB
  4. Do not change any other options and scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Search”
  5. Click on the blue link for the vacancy that you would like to apply to
  6. Be sure to read the job description and scroll down to the bottom of the announcement to see qualifications and/or schedule requirements
  7. Click “Apply to Job” and follow the prompts to complete your applications
  8. Click Submit

Last Updated:  6/8/2018

 

FAMILY CHILD CARE (FCC) PROVIDERS:

Family Child Care (FCC) Program - The Little Rock AFB FCC Program offers in-home child care in on-base or off-base affiliated homes for children ages 2 weeks to 12 years. These homes/providers are licensed, trained, inspected, and certified. The FCC Office maintains a current listing of FCC providers. FCC providers offer a variety of child care options to include weekly, hourly, young infant, evening, weekend, shift work, special events, and special needs care. Interested individuals may contact the FCC office for training and certification requirements.

Facility: Family Child Care Office

Address: 1988 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Military members and DoD civilians

When: 1000 - 1400, Mon - Fri, appointment only

Cost: Varies based on total family income

Phone:  (501) 987-3156

Website: www.rockinattherock.com/fcc/

Resource Provider: FCC Staff

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

NAF HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICE:

Non-Appropriated Fund Human Resources Office - Hires people to work in service-related businesses that provide support to the military community at military installations.  The NAF website includes current job vacancies, application procedures, benefits and other information.

Facility: Consolidated Support Center

Address: 1255 Vandenberg Blvd., Room 227, Little Rock AFB, AR 72099

Intended for: Anyone looking for a position, 16 years and over

When: 0730 - 1630, Mon - Fri

Where: Room 227

Phone: (501) 987-6447/6440

Website: https://www.nafjobs.org/

Resource Provider: NAF Employers

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER

Airman & Family Readiness Center - 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. 

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: Bldg. 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri. except for Tues. when they are open 0730-1400

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940 (Inside the Walters Community Support Center)

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Airman-and-Family-Readiness/  

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM:

Family Advocacy Program (FAP) -The mission of the Family Advocacy Program is to build healthy communities by implementing programs designed for the prevention and treatment of child and spouse abuse.

Facility: 19th Medical Group Base Clinic

Address: 1090 Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and DoD Beneficiaries

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Across from Dental Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (501) 987-7377; Victim Advocate on-call 24/7: (501) 204-8870

Resource Provider: Family Advocacy Program Staff

Last Updated:  6/7/2018

CHAPEL:

Chapel - 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.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: Bldg. 950 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7 (closed noon-1 for lunch)

Where: Base Chapel, Bldg. 950

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-6014; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Base-Chapel/

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

SCHOOL LIAISON OFFICER:

School Liaison Officer - Provides answers to military children and teens concerns. Seeks to engage and educate policymakers, not-for-profit associations, concerned business interests, and other leaders about the needs of military members & their families. Consults on how to choose a school.

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri. 

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667

Resource Provider: School Liaison Officer

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

YOUTH PROGRAMS:

Child Development Center -  The CDC is here to assist Department of Defense military and civilian personnel in balancing the competing demands of the accomplishment of the DoD mission and family life by managing and delivering a system of quality, available and affordable programs and services for eligible children and youth, birth through 18 years of age.

  • The CDC provides care for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years.
  • The center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and follows the standards set by the Air Force Services Agency.

The center provides a safe, nurturing environment that promotes the social, cognitive, language, and physical development of young children. Their goal is to support each child's needs and abilities and challenge them to reach their individual potential.

Let the CDC staff enhance the educational development of your child in a developmentally-appropriate atmosphere!

Facility: CDC

Address: Bldg. 1990 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Anyone with base access

When: 0630-1800, Mon-Fri

Where: Bldg. 1990

Cost: Varies based on total family income

Phone:  (501) 987-6130

Website:  https://www.rockinattherock.com/child/

Resource Provider: CDC Staff

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

Infant Toddler Center - The ITC is here to assist Department of Defense military and civilian personnel in balancing the competing demands of the accomplishment of the DoD mission and family life by managing and delivering a system of quality, available and affordable programs and services for eligible children and youth, birth through 18 years of age.

  • The ITC provides care for toddlers.
  • The center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and follows the standards set by the Air Force Services Agency.

The center provides a safe, nurturing environment that promotes the social, cognitive, language, and physical development of young children. Their goal is to support each child's needs and abilities and challenge them to reach their individual potential.

Let the ITC staff enhance the educational development of your child in a developmentally-appropriate atmosphere!

Facility: ITC

Address: 1257 Lachmund Drive

Intended for: Anyone with base access

When: 0630-1800, Mon-Fri

Where: Bldg. 1257

Cost: Varies based on total family income

Phone:  (501) 987-6070

Website:  https://www.rockinattherock.com/child/

Resource Provider: ITC Staff

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

Youth Center - The School Age Care program offers before/after school child care and there are a variety of programs for children ages 5-12 years, as well as members ages 9-17 to engage in activities of their choosing. The Youth Program is DoD certified and nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA).

Facility: Youth Center

Address: 1992 Arkansas Blvd.

Intended for: Anyone with base access

When: 1300-1800, Mon-Fri (Summer Hours)

Where: Youth Center, Bldg.1992 by the Big Base Lake 

Cost: Varies based on total family income

Phone:  (501) 987-6355

Website: https://www.rockinattherock.com/youth/

Resource Provider: Youth Center Staff

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

FAMILY CHILD CARE (FCC) PROVIDERS:

Family Child Care Program - The Little Rock AFB FCC Program offers in-home child care in on-base or off-base affiliated homes for children ages 2 weeks to 12 years. These homes/providers are licensed, trained, inspected, and certified. The FCC Office maintains a current listing of FCC providers. FCC providers offer a variety of child care options to include weekly, hourly, young infant, evening, weekend, shift work, special events, and special needs care. Interested individuals may contact the FCC office for training and certification requirements.

Facility: Family Child Care Office

Address: 1988 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Military members and DoD civilians

When: 1000 - 1400, Mon - Fri, appointment only

Cost: Varies based on total family income

Phone:  (501) 987-3156

Website: www.rockinattherock.com/fcc/

Resource Provider: FCC Staff

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

MILITARY FAMILY LIFE COUNSELOR:

Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC - Adult/Child) - Provide 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.

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, designated DoD civilian, and their eligible family members; surviving children. Children 18 years old or younger require parental consent for counseling sessions.

When: By appointment

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 366-7703

Resource Provider: Military Family Life Counselors

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

KEY SPOUSE PROGRAM:

Key Spouse Program is an official unit/family program designed to enhance readiness and establish a sense of Air Force community. It is a commander’s program that promotes partnerships with unit leadership, volunteer Key Spouses appointed by the commander, families, the Airman & Family Readiness Center and other community and helping agencies. The program has been standardized across the Air Force to address the needs of all military families with special emphasis on support to families across the deployment cycle.

Facility: Walters Community Support Center 

Address: 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Service members and their families

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: Airman & Family Readiness Center, Bldg. 940

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER

Airman & Family Readiness Center - 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. 

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: Bldg. 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri. except for Tues. when they are open 0730-1400

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940 (Inside the Walters Community Support Center)

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Airman-and-Family-Readiness/  

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health 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.

Facility:  19th Medical Group Base Clinic

Address:  Bldg. 1090, Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and some DoD Beneficiaries and Civilians (case-by-case)

When:  0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where:  Mental Health Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost:  FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7338

Resource Provider: Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MILITARY FAMILY LIFE COUNSELOR:

Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC - Adult/Child) - Provide 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.

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, designated DoD civilian, and their eligible family members; surviving children. Children 18 years old or younger require parental consent for counseling sessions.

When: By appointment

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 366-7703

Resource Provider: Military Family Life Counselors

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

CHAPEL:

Chapel - 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.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: Bldg. 950 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7 (closed noon-1 for lunch)

Where: Base Chapel, Bldg. 950

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-6014; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Base-Chapel/

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER

Airman & Family Readiness Center - 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. 

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: Bldg. 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri. except for Tues. when they are open 0730-1400

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940 (Inside the Walters Community Support Center)

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Airman-and-Family-Readiness/  

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

AIR FORCE AID SOCIETY:

Air Force Aid Society (AFAS) - Provides world-wide emergency assistance to Airmen and their eligible family members to meet immediate needs in an emergency situation. AFAS provides interest-free loans and grants based on the individual situation for needs such as: emergency travel, child care/respite, vehicle repair/payment, medical/dental, moving costs, funeral expenses, utilities, and basis living expenses. Falcon loans up to $750 without First Sergeant or Commander approval.

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: 94o Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members and eligible family members

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: Airmen and Family Readiness Center

Cost: Interest free loans and grants (on a case by case basis)

Phone: (501) 987-2667; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours, contact the American Red Cross, (877) 272-7337.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Airman-and-Family-Readiness/

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: 800-222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

CHAPEL:

Chapel - 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.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: Bldg. 950 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7 (closed noon-1 for lunch)

Where: Base Chapel, Bldg. 950

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-6014; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Base-Chapel/

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health 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.

Facility:  19th Medical Group Base Clinic

Address:  Bldg. 1090, Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and some DoD Beneficiaries and Civilians (case-by-case)

When:  0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where:  Mental Health Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost:  FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7338

Resource Provider: Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MILITARY FAMILY LIFE COUNSELOR:

Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC - Adult/Child) - Provide 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.

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, designated DoD civilian, and their eligible family members; surviving children. Children 18 years old or younger require parental consent for counseling sessions.

When: By appointment

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 366-7703

Resource Provider: Military Family Life Counselors

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: 800-222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

See http://www.189aw.ang.af.mil/ for more information.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:

Equal Opportunity – Provide military and civilian complaint processing for allegations of unlawful discrimination that fall within the purview of the Civil Act Rights of 1964, Title VII.  Those protected categories for military members are race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual harassment, and sexual orientation.  DoD civilian employees are also protected by the previous categories, along with age, disability, reprisal for prior EEO activity, pregnancy for sex discrimination, and genetic information.  In an effort to promote an environment free from unlawful discrimination and/or harassment, the EO Office offers conflict resolution methods through mediation and facilitation utilizing the Alternate Dispute Resolution Program. Team building and specialized training (i.e. focus groups, cultural awareness, etc.) are also provided in an effort to deliver all levels of leadership preventative measures for a more cohesive environment with effective communication.

Facility: Bldg. 1260

Address: 1260 Thomas Avenue

Intended for: Active Duty, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members, and Retirees

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Room 120

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-8629; for emergency services after duty hours contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900.

Resource Provider: EO Specialists, EO Director

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

INSPECTOR GENERAL:

Inspector General (IG) The IG ensures the concerns of all complainants and the best interests of the Air Force are addressed through objective fact-finding to enhance the discipline, readiness, and warfighting capability of the entire wing.

Facility: Bldg. 1260

Address: 1260 Thomas Avenue

Intended for: Active Duty, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members, and Retirees

When: 0730-1700, Mon-Fri

Where: Rooms 116, 117 and 118

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-3596

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Inspector-General-Office/

Resource Provider: IG Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

CHAPEL:

Chapel - 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.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: Bldg. 950 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7 (closed noon-1 for lunch)

Where: Base Chapel, Bldg. 950

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-6014; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Base-Chapel/

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

19TH MEDICAL GROUP

See http://www.airforcemedicine.af.mil/MTF/Little-Rock/ for all services.

HEALTH AND WELLNESS CENTER:

HAWC - The Health and Wellness Center offers a variety of programs and classes on nutrition, fitness improvement, movement improvement, stress management and more. The HAWC is your one stop shop for improving your health and performance. The center is staffed with professional trainers and a registered dietician to help provide you counsel and guidance for your physical health.

Facility: Fitness Center

Address: Bldg. 827, 6th Street (Inside the Fitness Center)

Intended for: Active Duty and their eligible family members, DoD civil service, contractors, ANG, and USAFR.

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Fitness Center, 1st floor by Front Door

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7288

Resource Provider: Health and Wellness Center Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

CIVILIAN HEALTH PROMOTION SERVICES:

Civilian Health Promotion Services (CHPS) – CHPS enhances readiness, productivity, employee health and engagement of the civilian workforce to minimize personal risk of preventable injury, illness, or suicide. CHPS provides free resources to help the DoD civilian workforce maintain and improve their health and wellbeing.  CHPS offers a wellness website portal, wide variety of health education classes, multiple wellness screenings (cholesterol and blood sugar, blood pressure, and body composition), wellness challenges and health awareness campaigns.

Cost:  FREE

Phone:  (801) 586-9593

Website:  https://afmcwellness.com/

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health 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.

Facility:  19th Medical Group Base Clinic

Address:  Bldg. 1090, Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and some DoD Beneficiaries and Civilians (case-by-case)

When:  0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where:  Mental Health Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost:  FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7338

Resource Provider: Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT:

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) – 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. Individuals can self-refer.

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.

Facility:  19th Medical Group, Bldg. 1090

Address:  1090 Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and some DoD Beneficiaries and Civilians (case-by-case)

When:  0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where:  ADAPT, 2nd floor

Cost:  FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7338

Resource Provider: ADAPT Staff

Last Updated:  6/7/2018

LEGAL:

Legal - Licensed attorneys offer confidential consultation to active duty, dependents of active duty, retirees, dependents of retirees, and Reserve/Guard troops on orders.  19 AW/JA attorneys assist members with self-representation; research applicable state laws; and provide advice on marriage, dissolution of marriage or divorce, child support, child custody, property distribution and related family law matters.

Facility: Legal Office, 19th Airlift Wing Headquarters

Address: Bldg. 1250 Thomas Avenue

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve and Guard who are on active duty and their dependents, Retired military members and their dependents. You must be receiving retirement pay to be eligible for services.

When: See Web page, www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Legal-Office/

Where: 2nd floor of 19th AW Headquarters Bldg.

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7886

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Legal-Office/ 

Resource Provider: Legal Office Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

AREA DEFENSE COUNSEL:

Area Defense Counsel - The Area Defense Counsel provides confidential, independent legal representation for service members who are facing adverse administrative actions or are suspected of committing an offense under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The Area Defense Counsel falls outside the chain of command for the wing, and therefore retains independence in the representation of service members.

The ADC's prime responsibility is to zealously and ethically represent clients during adverse military actions such
    - Courts-martial and Article 32 hearings

    - Article 15 actions

    - Administrative discharge and Demotion actions

    - Denial of Reenlistment

    - Referral EPRs/OPRs

    - Suspect Rights Advisements     

    - Line of Duty Investigations

    - Reports of Survey

    - LOCs, LOAs, and LORs

    - UIF entries and control rosters

    - Any other adverse actions in which counsel for an individual is required or authorized 

Facility: Consolidated Support Center

Address: 1255 Vandenberg Blvd.

Intended for: Air Force members only.

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Bldg. 1255, Room 201

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-3260

Resource Provider: Area Defense Counsel Staff

Last Updated: 6/8/18

SPECIAL VICTIMS’ COUNSEL:

Special Victims’ Counsel (SVC) - The Special Victims’ Counsel (SVC) team works with sexual assault victims by vigorously defending your rights to privacy, respect, and confidentiality. Your SVC will work directly with the Sexual Assault Response Coordinators (SARCs) to provide advice, assistance, and advocacy throughout your military justice process.

- The SVC represents YOU & YOU alone

- Provides confidential advice

- Protects YOUR rights/interests

- Offers YOU Legal Assistance

- Advises YOU on legal process

- Attends interviews with YOU

- Advocates for YOUR concerns

- Appears with YOU in court

- The SVC is Independent: We are NOT in Wing Chain of Command

Facility: Special Victims’ Counsel Office

Address: 1260 Thomas Avenue 

Intended for: Active Duty, Reserve, dependents & dependent minors, DoD civilians

When: 0800-1630, Mon-Fri, or 24/7 emergency

Where: Beside the SARC Office in Bldg. 1260

Phone: (501) 987-3412 or 7229; Duty Hours: After Hours: The SVC can be reached after hours via cell phone (202) 763-5333. However, this IS NOT an emergency assistance line. In the event of an emergency situation related to a sexual assault, the 24/7 SAPR Hotline should be utilized at (501) 987-7272.

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource - Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:

Equal Opportunity – Provide military and civilian complaint processing for allegations of unlawful discrimination that fall within the purview of the Civil Act Rights of 1964, Title VII.  Those protected categories for military members are race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual harassment, and sexual orientation.  DoD civilian employees are also protected by the previous categories, along with age, disability, reprisal for prior EEO activity, pregnancy for sex discrimination, and genetic information.  In an effort to promote an environment free from unlawful discrimination and/or harassment, the EO Office offers conflict resolution methods through mediation and facilitation utilizing the Alternate Dispute Resolution Program. Team building and specialized training (i.e. focus groups, cultural awareness, etc.) are also provided in an effort to deliver all levels of leadership preventative measures for a more cohesive environment with effective communication.

Facility: Bldg. 1260

Address: 1260 Thomas Avenue

Intended for: Active Duty, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members, and Retirees

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Room 120

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-8629; for emergency services after duty hours contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Equal-Opportunity/

Resource Provider: EO Specialists, EO Director

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

The appointment line is up and down periodically. Please try the appointment line first and if it gives you a busy signal, then call the clinic's direct line. We are sorry for the inconvenience and working hard at trying to get the problem resolved. Or you can schedule an appointment on line at:  https://tricare.mil/FindDoctor/Appointments/OnlineAppointing

 

Family Health - 987-3080
Pediatrics - 987-7245
Flight Medicine - 987-7319
Optometry - 987-8702
Dental - 987-7304
Pharmacy - 987-8981
Referrals - 987-1285

Or click here: http://www.airforcemedicine.af.mil/MTF/Little-Rock/Make-An-Appointment/

PATIENT ADVOCATE:

Phone: 501-987-8753

Patients have the right to make recommendations, ask questions, or file complaints to the MTF Patient Advocate using provide contact information. If concerns are not adequately resolved, patients have the right to contact The Joint Commission at 1-800-994-6610 or https://www.jointcommission.org/report_a_complaint.aspx

AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER

Airman & Family Readiness Center - 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. 

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: Bldg. 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri. except for Tues. when they are open 0730-1400

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940 (Inside the Walters Community Support Center)

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Airman-and-Family-Readiness/  

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: 800-222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

See http://www.913ag.afrc.af.mil/Home.aspx for more information.

SAFETY:

Safety - Educate, promote, and enhance the safety, health, and welfare of personnel; perform worksite surveys of industrial/administrative activities for both military and civilian employees; report unsafe, unhealthy, or hazardous working conditions; manage and develop occupational safety, health and risk management policy, procedures, standards, and objectives for implementation of the Air Force Mishap Prevention Program within the installation as a whole. Year-round safety focus--special emphasis on the "Critical Days of Summer."

Facility: Safety Bldg.

Address: 284 Avenue F West

Intended for: Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and DoD Beneficiaries

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri 

Cost: FREE

 Phone: Flight Safety: (501) 987-8321; Occupational Safety: (501) 987-3290

Resource Provider: Safety Office Staff

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM:

Family Advocacy Program (FAP) -The mission of the Family Advocacy Program is to build healthy communities by implementing programs designed for the prevention and treatment of child and spouse abuse.

Facility: 19th Medical Group Base Clinic

Address: 1090 Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and DoD Beneficiaries

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Across from Dental Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (501) 987-7377; Victim Advocate on-call 24/7: (501) 204-8870

Resource Provider: Family Advocacy Program Staff

Last Updated:  6/7/2018

SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION AND RESPONSE OFFICE:

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (SAPR) is a DoD-wide quality of life program for victims of sexual assault crimes that provides the following services:

-- Restricted Reporting: Maintains Confidentiality -- NO INVESTIGATION - Report MUST be made to SARC, healthcare provider, Chaplain, SVC or Victim Advocate ONLY.

-- Unrestricted Reporting: INITIATES INVESTIGATION - Whenever the sexual assault information is given to mandatory reporters (chain of command to include immediate supervisor, 1st Sgt, commanders, OSI, Security Forces) or when the victim wants to proceed to investigation.

-- 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.

Facility: Bldg. 1260

Address: 1260 Thomas Avenue

Intended for: Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, Dependents 18+, DoD Civilians

When: 0700-1600, Mon-Fri, and on-call 24/7

Where: Rooms 104 and 105

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office (501) 987-2697 or 2685; 24/7 Helpline (501) 987-7272

Resource Provider: SARC, Victim Advocate

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

SPECIAL VICTIMS’ COUNSEL:

Special Victims’ Counsel (SVC) - The Special Victims’ Counsel (SVC) team works with sexual assault victims by vigorously defending your rights to privacy, respect, and confidentiality. Your SVC will work directly with the Sexual Assault Response Coordinators (SARCs) to provide advice, assistance, and advocacy throughout your military justice process.

- The SVC represents YOU & YOU alone

- Provides confidential advice

- Protects YOUR rights/interests

- Offers YOU Legal Assistance

- Advises YOU on legal process

- Attends interviews with YOU

- Advocates for YOUR concerns

- Appears with YOU in court

- The SVC is Independent: We are NOT in Wing Chain of Command

Facility: Special Victims’ Counsel Office

Address: 1260 Thomas Avenue 

Intended for: Active Duty, Reserve, dependents & dependent minors, DoD civilians

When: 0800-1630, Mon-Fri, or 24/7 emergency

Where: Beside the SARC Office in Bldg. 1260

Phone: (501) 987-3412 or 7229; Duty Hours: After Hours: The SVC can be reached after hours via cell phone (202) 763-5333. However, this IS NOT an emergency assistance line. In the event of an emergency situation related to a sexual assault, the 24/7 SAPR Hotline should be utilized at (501) 987-7272.

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM:

Family Advocacy Program (FAP) -The mission of the Family Advocacy Program is to build healthy communities by implementing programs designed for the prevention and treatment of child and spouse abuse.

Facility: 19th Medical Group Base Clinic

Address: 1090 Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and DoD Beneficiaries

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Across from Dental Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (501) 987-7377; Victim Advocate on-call 24/7: (501) 204-8870

Resource Provider: Family Advocacy Program Staff

Last Updated:  6/7/2018

CHAPEL:

Chapel - 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.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: Bldg. 950 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7 (closed noon-1 for lunch)

Where: Base Chapel, Bldg. 950

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-6014; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Base-Chapel/

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

RECHARGE FOR RESILIENCY (R4R):

Recharge for Resiliency (R4R): R4R encompasses the following key resiliency target audiences: the Single Airman Programming Initiative (SAIP, RecOn, and Deployed Affected Programming (DAP)).  These resiliency programs target specific audiences and provide needed support for Airmen and their families.  SAIP ‐ Provides resources that foster a strong culture, mission and sense of community among single Airmen.  RecOn ‐ Provides resources for outdoor centric, high adrenaline, stress reduction and is only available through FSS Outdoor Recreation Centers. Deployed Affected Programming ‐ Provides resources targeting deployed‐affected, and dependent‐restricted Air Force installation assigned service members and their families, providing relief from the challenges of deployment.

Facility: Bldg. 656

Address: 656 Sixth Street

Intended for: For more information on eligibility for SAIP, Rec On, and DEP then please contact Outdoor Recreation.

When: Mon & Fri, 0730-1700, Tues & Thurs, 0900-1700, Wed, 1200-1700

Where: In the same building as Auto Skills Center, in the back

Cost: Varies

Phone: (501) 987-3365

Website: https://www.rockinattherock.com/odr/

Resource Provider: ODR Staff

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

CHAPEL:

Chapel - 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.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: Bldg. 950 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7 (closed noon-1 for lunch)

Where: Base Chapel, Bldg. 950

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-6014; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Base-Chapel/

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER

Airman & Family Readiness Center - 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. 

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: Bldg. 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri. except for Tues. when they are open 0730-1400

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940 (Inside the Walters Community Support Center)

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Airman-and-Family-Readiness/  

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY MEMBER PROGRAM

EFMP - Provides support services for all members of Team Little Rock that have a family member with special needs.  We provide resources both on and off the installation as well as Educational Opportunities, Special Events, Sporting Activities (Special Olympics), Camps, Social Opportunities, Crisis Assistance/Support, Employment, Family Assistance, Relocation Assistance, Separation/Deployment Support, Single Airmen, Special Needs, Transition Assistance and Volunteer Opportunities.

Respite Care - The Air Force has partnered with Child Care Aware of America to offer respite care to families with children enrolled in EFMP with moderate or severe special needs. Respite care hours vary between 8-20 per month based on the Airman’s status and the EFM’s condition. Respite care is free to eligible families. Sibling’s care is also available at no cost.

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: Bldg. 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members.

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940

Phone: (501) 987-2667

Website: http://www.afpc.af.mil/Benefits-and-Entitlements/EFMP-Family-Support/

Resource Provider: Family Support Specialist

Last Updated: 6/8/2018

AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER

Airman & Family Readiness Center - 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. 

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: Bldg. 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri. except for Tues. when they are open 0730-1400

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940 (Inside the Walters Community Support Center)

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Airman-and-Family-Readiness/  

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

CHAPEL:

Chapel - 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.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: Bldg. 950 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7 (closed noon-1 for lunch)

Where: Base Chapel, Bldg. 950

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-6014; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Base-Chapel/

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

If you or a service member you know is experiencing a crisis, use this confidential, toll-free crisis line 1-800-273-8255 and press “1” to reach caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders.  The Veterans Crisis Line can also be reached by text at 838255, or through online chat.

CHAPEL:

Chapel - 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.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: Bldg. 950 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7 (closed noon-1 for lunch)

Where: Base Chapel, Bldg. 950

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-6014; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Base-Chapel/

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health 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.

Facility:  19th Medical Group Base Clinic

Address:  Bldg. 1090, Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and some DoD Beneficiaries and Civilians (case-by-case)

When:  0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where:  Mental Health Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost:  FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7338

Resource Provider: Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/9/2018

 

AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER

Airman & Family Readiness Center - 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. 

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: Bldg. 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri. except for Tues. when they are open 0730-1400

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940 (Inside the Walters Community Support Center)

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Airman-and-Family-Readiness/  

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: 800-222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER

Airman & Family Readiness Center - 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. 

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: Bldg. 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri. except for Tues. when they are open 0730-1400

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940 (Inside the Walters Community Support Center)

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Airman-and-Family-Readiness/  

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER

Airman & Family Readiness Center - 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. 

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: Bldg. 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0730 – 1630, Mon-Fri. except for Tues. when they are open 0730-1400

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940 (Inside the Walters Community Support Center)

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-2667; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Website: www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Airman-and-Family-Readiness/  

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

CHAPEL:

Chapel - 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.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: Bldg. 950 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7 (closed noon-1 for lunch)

Where: Base Chapel, Bldg. 950

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-6014; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Website: http://www.littlerock.af.mil/Units/Base-Chapel/

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health 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.

Facility:  19th Medical Group Base Clinic

Address:  Bldg. 1090, Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and some DoD Beneficiaries and Civilians (case-by-case)

When:  0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where:  Mental Health Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost:  FREE

Phone: (501) 987-7338

Resource Provider: Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

MILITARY FAMILY LIFE COUNSELOR:

Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC - Adult/Child) - Provide 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.

Facility: Walters Community Support Center

Address: 940 Arnold Drive

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, designated DoD civilian, and their eligible family members; surviving children. Children 18 years old or younger require parental consent for counseling sessions.

When: By appointment

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 940

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 366-7703

Resource Provider: Military Family Life Counselors

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM:

Family Advocacy Program (FAP) -The mission of the Family Advocacy Program is to build healthy communities by implementing programs designed for the prevention and treatment of child and spouse abuse.

Facility: 19th Medical Group Base Clinic

Address: 1090 Arnold Drive

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and DoD Beneficiaries

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Across from Dental Clinic, 2nd floor

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (501) 987-7377; Victim Advocate on-call 24/7: (501) 204-8870

Resource Provider: Family Advocacy Program Staff

Last Updated:  6/7/2018

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:

Equal Opportunity – Provide military and civilian complaint processing for allegations of unlawful discrimination that fall within the purview of the Civil Act Rights of 1964, Title VII.  Those protected categories for military members are race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual harassment, and sexual orientation.  DoD civilian employees are also protected by the previous categories, along with age, disability, reprisal for prior EEO activity, pregnancy for sex discrimination, and genetic information.  In an effort to promote an environment free from unlawful discrimination and/or harassment, the EO Office offers conflict resolution methods through mediation and facilitation utilizing the Alternate Dispute Resolution Program. Team building and specialized training (i.e. focus groups, cultural awareness, etc.) are also provided in an effort to deliver all levels of leadership preventative measures for a more cohesive environment with effective communication.

Facility: Bldg. 1260

Address: 1260 Thomas Avenue

Intended for: Active Duty, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members, and Retirees

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Room 120

Cost: FREE

Phone: (501) 987-8629; for emergency services after duty hours contact the Command Post at (501) 987-1900.

Resource Provider: EO Specialists, EO Director

Last Updated: 6/7/2018

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: 800-222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

Contact Us

Please contact the Community Support Coordinator, Stephanie Wynn, 19 AW/CVB, (501) 987-1772, stephanie.wynn@us.af.mil  for any updates/changes, or questions.