The Area Defense Counsel provides Air Force members who are suspected of an offense or facing potential adverse administrative action with legal representation. The ADC is an experienced judge advocate outside the local chain of command and offers Airmen the ability to receive completely confidential legal advice. The ADC's prime responsibility is to vigorously and ethically represent
clients during military adverse actions such as:
- Article 15
- Administrative Discharge
- Referral EPR/OPR
- Suspect Rights Advisement
- UIF entries and control rosters
- Any other adverse actions in which counsel for an individual is required or authorized
For more information, see the ADC fact sheet, or call 505-546-5554.
The Kirtland Chaplain Corps serves the religious and spiritual needs of the 377th Air Base Wing and the many mission partners of Team Kirtland. The Chaplain Corps cares for warriors, warfighters, authorized civilians and their families through religious support team based ministries, parish ministries, and an Airman Ministry Center.
Religious support teams employ chaplains and religious affairs airmen in unit visitation, spiritual triage, confidential counseling, religious rites, and prayer support. Parish ministries strengthen the resiliency of warriors, authorized civilians and their families through dynamic worship services, vibrant marriage and family ministries, and community formation for men, women, youth and children.
Additionally, the Chaplain Corps leads an Airman Ministry Council that serves to enhance a responsible culture through the "Gravity" Airman Ministry Center. It is located near the dormitories as a place of authentic community, genuine character formation, and leadership development.
For more information, please contact the chapel at (505) 853-5000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The duty chaplain may be contacted through the 377th Command Post at 846-3777. Service times and more information can be found here: https://www.kirtland.af.mil/About-Us/Chapel/
Personal, family and work problems can diminish your health, your happiness, and your ability to be at your best for yourself and your family. With the help of the Employee Assistance Program, provided by Federal Occupational Health, you can resolve these problems and become happier, healthier, and even more effective at home and work. Services are provided to federal AFMC/DOD employees and their family members.
For more information, see the flyer here or visit www.FOH4you.com.
Coping with Child Anxiety - July campaign
EAP health and wellness presentation list
Employee Assistance and WorkLife Programs
24/7 EAP Assistance and Work Life:
1-800-222-0364 (TTY: 1-888-262-7848)
1-844 DONCEAP (TTY: 888-262-7848)
The Equal Opportunity office is the focal point for programs to ensure all military members and their families and the Air Force civilian employees are provided equal opportunity and treatment regardless of their race, color, religion, national origin or sex; and for civilian personnel age, disability, GINA, and EEO reprisal. Sexual harassment awareness education, effective communication, and cultural diversity are just a few of the many classes provided for Team Kirtland to enable everyone to thrive in a positive human relations climate.
- Civilian complaint processing
- Military complaint processing
- Alternative dispute resolution services
- Human relations education
377 ABW Policy Memo 2019
EO Poster July 19
To reach the EO office, call 846-5369.
The Family Advocacy Program promotes nonviolent communities and wellness through connections, collaborations and intervention services for the prevention and treatment of domestic violence and child maltreatment.
The FAP is comprised of two components: Outreach and Prevention Services and Intervention Services.
Outreach serves as a consultant to commanders and first sergeants regarding issues relating to family and community wellness and resiliency. The New Parent Support Program is part of the Prevention component, as are the classes offered through Outreach/Prevention. Intervention services are provided to families referred to Family Advocacy due to incidents of family maltreatment.
For more information call 505-846-0139
Health Promotion provides a variety of programs and instructional classes. No fees or charges are required for services. Services are available for all active duty, retirees, family members, and DoD civilians. Guests may attend classes on a space available basis.
Health Promotion staff members are available for briefings at commander's calls and for setting up informational booths at events to advertise Health Promotion programs and promote wellness issues. To register for one of the events or for a scheduled class, email 377AMDS.HAWC@us.af.mil or call 846-1186.
Health Promotions Fact Sheet
Mental Health Services Handout
For more information, contact the Mental Health Clinic at 846-3305.
MFLCs are master's or PhD level clinicians who support military families facing these or additional challenges.
The MFLC program :
· Provides various short-term, non-medical counseling services to service members and their families at no cost and no records
· Provides psycho-education to help military service members and their families understand the impact of deployments, family reunions following deployments and other stresses related to the military life
· Augments existing military support services
· Offers flexible service delivery
· Can provide services on or off of military installations
· Can provide services to individuals, couples, families and groups
With the exception of child abuse, domestic abuse and duty to warn situations, services are private and confidential.
Child and Youth Behavioral MFLC Brochure
Adult MFLC -- 505-415-4027, 505-440-2481, 801-317-3708
Child and Youth/Adult -- 639-3525
CDC Gibson MFLC -- 321-9981
CDC Maxwell MFLC -- 328-7925
The mission of the 377Air Base Wing Safety Office is to assure safety and health of assigned military members, civilian employees, and Mission Partners through effective risk management, enforcing standards, providing training, outreach and education, establishing partnerships and encouraging continual improvement in workplace safety and health.
To contact the Safety Office, call 846-4226.
Monthly Safety Gram
The main goals of the SLO are to identify barriers to academic success and develop solutions, provide parents the tools they need to overcome educational obstacles, develop a partnership with the local school districts servicing military and civilian students and assist military families by ensuring their children receive the best possible education regardless of where they attend school.
To learn more about the schools in the Kirtland area, visit the Schools page.
For more information, contact Beth Mann, School Liaison Officer, at 846-6477
377th Air Base Wing Sexual Assault Response Coordinators and Victim Advocates are available to assist victims (survivors) of sexual assault. The SARC serves as the single point of contact for integrating and coordinating sexual assault victim (survivor) care for Team Kirtland members. The SARC office is also responsible for providing Sexual Assault Prevention training throughout the installation.
For more information, go to the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator page, or call 505-846-7272 (24/7)
Wingman Plus includes the following agencies:
Airman & Family Readiness Flight
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment
American Red Cross
Community Support Coordinator
Area Defense Counsel
Employee Assistance Program
Family Advocacy Program
Family Member Programs (CDCs and Youth Center)
Kirtland Spouses Club
Military Family Life Counselors
School Liaison Officer
Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
Special Victims' Counsel
150th Special Operations Wing Family Programs
For more information about Wingman Plus, contact Teresa Reinhard, community support coordinator, at 846-6427.
Suicide Prevention Resources
Operation Live Well
Defense Centers of Excellence
Joe Dillion - Thriving in Stressful Times
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