Integrated Delivery System

MISSION STATEMENT
VISION
Provide a comprehensive umbrella of care for the people of Robins AFB.

MISSION
Integrate helping agencies, which deliver responsive community care through proactive, comprehensive, and coordinated programs and services

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SERVICES
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Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) Program

Location: Bldg 700
Entrance in southwest corner of building, near ambulance bay
Clinic Hours: 0730 - 1630, Monday - Friday
Phone: 327-8398

The Air Force recognizes alcoholism as a preventable, progressive, treatable, and non-compensable disease that affects the entire family. The ADAPT Clinic provides prevention, substance abuse education, assessments and rehabilitation.

Services provided: 

-Substance Abuse Evaluation and outpatient treatment for military members
-Referrals for medical detoxification and rehabilitation at network medical facilities
-Evaluation, information and referral for DoD civilian employees referred by management, Occupational Medicine or civilian personnel 
-Monthly educational/awareness seminars
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Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (SAPR) Program
Location:  Building: 708
Phone:  327-7272
24 hours a day
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Drug Demand Reduction Program (DDRP)

Location: Building 207, Section C
Office hours: 0630 - 1730 Monday - Friday
Phone: 327-8408 or 7669

The Air Force Drug Demand Reduction Program serves to do what its name says - reduce the demand for drugs.

For years, the government has been investing millions of dollars in drug intervention, air and sea surveillance and location and destruction of drug crops. This is supply reduction. The 2001 National Drug Control Strategy included focusing on shrinking America's demand for drugs, through prevention as one of its tactics. Other strategies include drug treatment and attacking the supply of drugs through law enforcement and international cooperation. At Robins AFB, our goal is to deter active duty military and civilian employees from using illegal drugs. This ensures a safe work environment and a healthy and ready force.

Services Provided:
Military and civilian random drug testing
Military squadron sweeps
Drug awareness briefings for new civilian employees and new supervisors
Drug prevention education for dependents of active duty, retired and civilian employees 

Drug Demand Reduction Newsletter
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Health and Wellness Center (HAWC)

Location: Bldg 827
595 Warner Robins Street (adjacent to Fitness Center)

Telephone: 327-8480 (M-F) 327-8484 (FAX)

Hours: 07:30-16:00 (Closed 11:30-12:30 daily) Open for scheduled evening classes

Eligibility- All military employees, civilians assigned to Robins AFB, retirees and their dependants.

Services Available: Variety of health related education classes to include Healthy Heart, Under Pressure, Stress Management , Smoking Cessation, Weight Loss, Diabetic Education, Fitness Fundamentals. Clients may self refer to any of the classes offered. All mandatory military programs for those military members not passing fitness test are conducted at HAWC.

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Airman and Family Readiness Center

Airman & Family Readiness Center

The Airman and Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) is the service organization
and focal point for Air Force family matters. Serving all Single and married
Active Duty, DoD Civilian Personnel and their Eligible Family Members, to
include Guard and Reserve Members while on Active Duty, other Eligible
Uniformed Members, Military Retirees, and their Eligible Family members.

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Chaplain 
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EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP)

Location: 100 Page Rd

Bldg 207 (neighbors with Occupational Medicine)

Telephone: 327-7683 (M-F))

Hours: 0730-1630 M-F

Eligibility: All AFMC-serviced civilian employees and their family/household members

Robins AFB now has an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) in operation. Ms. Lynn Irvine is available to assist civilian employees in their efforts to resolve personal problems, such as emotional, family, marital/relationship, financial or legal, that may impact on their conduct and work performance. EAP is located in Bldg 207 (Occupational Medicine). Employees may call 1-800-222-0364 or TTY 1-888-262-7848, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for consultation or an appointment, or call the EAP counselor directly at the above numbers during office hours. Information is also available at www.FOH4you.com. This website includes self-assessments related to mental health, wellness, and personal/work development.

Services Available: Voluntary, confidential, short-term, solution-focused counseling. The very first visit, if management is made aware, will be allowed without charge to leave. Thereafter, for appointments during duty hours and at the discretion of their supervisor, employees may be granted sick or annual leave. Employees who wish to take advantage of the services may make appointments.
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Family Advocacy Program 

Location: Bldg 700
Entrance in southwest corner of building, near ambulance bay
Clinic Hours: 0730 - 1630, Monday - Wednesday, Friday
Phone: 327-8398

The Robins Air Force Base Family Advocacy Program (FAP) seeks first to prevent family violence. If violence does occur, FAP provides treatment to increase safety, reduce the risk of further violence and help families on the road to recovery. FAP also supports research efforts around the world, collecting and analyzing program data in order to constantly improve the services provided to Air Force families.

The Family Advocacy Program mission and goals are achieved through three primary components: 

1. Outreach and Prevention

Outreach and Prevention programs strengthen Air Force families by promoting health, safety and mutual support. Most programs are available to both the military and civilian communities. Prevention programs are voluntary and free of charge:.
· Parent Education
· Anger and Stress Management
· Marriage Enrichment
· Communication Skills
· Family Violence Prevention Consultation and Training

2. New Parent Support Program

This voluntary program provides support and services to new or expectant parents and those with children up to age three. Services are tailored to meet the individual needs of young families, usually in the comfort of their own home. A Family Advocacy Nurse or a Social Worker assesses each family and provides services through home visits, telephone contacts, referrals and consultations.
· Childhood growth & development
· Introduction to New Parents Support Program
· Baby Care Basics
· Safety & Child proofing your home
· Infant and Child Car Seat Safety
· Parenting Education & Information
· Building Stronger Marriages
· Building Stronger Families
· Lending Library

3. Family Violence Intervention

When family violence occurs, the Family Advocacy Program social workers and other professionals conduct thorough clinical assessments to determine the needs of the family and develop a treatment plan to address those needs. Treatment is provided in a variety of ways, including individual and marital therapy, anger management and life skills education. Treatment will often focus on recognizing and relieving symptoms of stress, anger, and family conflict.

A wide range of community resources may also be employed, such as substance abuse evaluation and treatment, stress management training, financial counseling, and victim's legal assistance.
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Mental Health Clinic

Location: Bldg 700
Entrance in southwest corner of building, near ambulance bay
Phone: (478) 327-8398
Hours of Operation: Monday - Wednesday, Friday 0730-1630 hours


Services offered at the Mental Health Clinic include individual, group, and educational treatment for stress, anxiety, depression, adjustment difficulties and other psychological concerns. Marital and family therapy services are also offered. Military evaluations for special clearances or duty are arranged as required by AF Instruction or policy.

Services provided:
Individual Therapy
Group Therapy
Emergency Assessments/Interventions
Clearances and Evaluations (as required by other programs)
Outreach and Prevention
Stress Management (through Health And Wellness Center/HAWC)
Traumatic Stress Response
Suicide Prevention

Behavioral Health Consultation in Family Practice Clinic - Patient Brochure
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Mental Health Flight

Location: Bldg 700
Entrance in southwest corner of building, near ambulance bay
Phone: (478) 327-8398
Hours of Operation: Monday - Wednesday, Friday 0730-1630 hours


The Mental Health Flight is comprised of five different clinics: Mental Health Clinic, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program (ADAPT) Clinic, Drug Demand Reduction Program (DDRP), the Family Advocacy (FA) clinic and the Early Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS) program. All services are provided in building 700 in the old section of the main clinic.


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ORGANIZATIONAL CONSULTING OFFICE


100 Page Rd, Bldg 207
Telephone: 478-327-7682
Hours: 0800-1800 M-F 

Mission Statement
Unleash organizational excellence for War Fighter superiority through
behavioral science and organizational development strategies.

Our Objective
To create a fully engaged workforce comprised ofempowered and valued employees, where employees and managementare sensitive and responsive to changes in their organization and in the world wide market.

We are a member of the IDS (Integrated Delivery System) and partners with EAP (Employee Assistance Program) and Force Training, in addition to other services.

Some Q and A... 

Q: What do we do?
A: We help employees at all levels deal with workplace challenges and changes. We assist them in preventing and coping with conflict or stressors that impact their work and productivity. 

Q: How do we do this?
A: Through Behavioral Science and Organizational Development Strategies that encourage
Cultural Transformation, Enhanced Communication, Leadership and Team 
Development 

Q: What kind of services do we offer?
A: Management Consultation, Organizational Assessments, Interventions, Team Development, Communication and Conflict Resolution, Supervisor and Leadership Development, Executive Coaching and more... 

Q: When would someone contact the OCO?
A: When (a) any of the following poses a problem for the people in your organization: anticipation of major change, new leadership, decline in production, unit stress, increase in injuries, compensation, grievances, and complaints; OR (b) when employees are interested in personal development, training in identifying problems, improving their health, or interested in career development. 

Q: Who can call?
A: Any employee, civilian or active duty, at any level within an organization.

OCO Results
 Grievances
 Customer Satisfaction
 Workman's Compensation

Our OCO Personnel
Dr. Christine Chukabarah, Ph.D. - OCO Director: christine.chukabarah@robins.af.mil
Diane Greenway, M.Ed. - Organizational Consultant: diane.greenway@robins.af.mil 

OCO WEBSITES

OCO GRAPHS
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Victim/Witness Assistance Program (VWAP)
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Leaders Guide to Managing Personnel in Distress
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Courage to Care
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Military One Source
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IDS Services for Civilian Employees
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Air Force Special Needs (Readiness Edge)
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Frontline Supervisor Training class dates 2007

Location: Building 905
Contact: Tonya Olden, 327-3409, for additional information or to enroll

The next two classes will be held on 20 Dec 07 from 0730 to 1130 and from 1230 to 1630. 
 
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Community Action Plan
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Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS)
Lee Ann Scott - Coordinator
Bldg 700 A
478-327-8409

The first years of life are critical in every child's development. Educational and developmental programs such as EDIS are designed to ensure that children with developmental delays begin life with every opportunity for success. The EDIS identifies those infants and toddlers (birth through 3 years inclusive) who have special needs or for whom there is a high probability for significant delays. Services are designed to meet the needs of each child and the needs of the family related to enhancing the child's development. A service coordinator is assigned to guide you through this process.

Services: -Developmental screenings and evaluations of children ages birth to 3 years-old to determine if children require additional support or intervention to develop in a healthy, normal manner

As needed, will provide Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Vision Therapy, and specialized instruction from an education specialist to ensure that children start life with every opportunity for success

EDIS offers the following:

· Developmental Screening/Assessment

· Speech and Language Therapy

· Educational Services

· Developmental Play Groups

· Services of a Developmental Pediatrician

· Occupational Therapy

· Home Visits

· Child Development Center

· Vision and Hearing Screenings
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Stress Management Class
Health & Wellness Center
478-327-8480

This four session class will help participants identify sources of stress, recognize the negative effects of stress, and provide practical suggestions for managing stress. This class is open to all personnel and family members.

Classes are held every month, on the four Wednesdays of each month from 1500-1630 at the Health and Wellness Center. The class will not be offered in December. Call the HAWC to register for the class at 478-327-8480.



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TRLO
TEAM ROBINS LEADERSHIP ORIENTATION
 

Letter to Attendees 

Team Robins Leadership Orientation (TRLO) provides new leaders the opportunity to complete many of the mandatory in-processing briefings with the least possible inconvenience. Most of the briefings given in the orientation are required by AFIs for all newly assigned personnel in key leadership positions. Others are included because they contain essential information for Robins' leaders. This forum makes it possible for new leaders to complete all the required briefings in one session of approximately 4 hours and 30 minutes. Previously, individual agency briefings took as long as 8 hours or more.

TRLO is held on the second Thursday of every month at 0800 to1230 at the Airmen & Family Readiness Center, Building 794, 725 9th Street.

SCHEDULE
TRLO DATES                        FACILATING AGENCY

10 May 2007                          Military Personnel Flight

12 July 2007                          Family Advocacy

9 August 2007                      Military Equal Opportunity

13 September 2007            Mental Health

11 October 2007                  Operation Command Champion

8 November 2007               Judge Advocate

10 January 2008                 Organizational Consulting Office

14 February 2008               Sexual Assault Response
Coordinator

13 March 2008                    Airmen & Family Readiness
                                               Flight

10 April 2008                       Inspector General

8 May 2008                          Installation Deployment
                                               Readiness

***Start Rotation Over