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IDS - Helping Agencies

The Robins Integrated Delivery System provides a comprehensive umbrella of care for the people of Robins AFB. The Robins IDS is a combination of various helping agencies, which deliver responsive community care through proactive and coordinated programs and services. Team members of the Robins IDS have joined forces to extend services to provide the right help at the right time to active duty military and their family members, air national guard, air force reservists, retirees and DOD civilians.

The Robins IDS Team works to provide awareness and information of pertinent activities, events, and support available to the Robins AFB Community. We are committed to improving the working relationship of our base agencies to better provide for the needs of our Community.

tabHealth and Wellness Center (HAWC) 
Location: Bldg 827, 595 Warner Robins Street (adjacent to Fitness Center)

Telephone: 327-8480 (Mon to Fri); 327-8484 (FAX)

Hours: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Eligibility - All military employees, civilians assigned to Robins, 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.

Total Force Fitness Program

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tabDrug Demand Reduction Program (DDRP) 
Location: Building 207, Section C
Office hours: 0630 -1700 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

tabMental Health Clinic 
Location: Bldg 700, Entrance in southwest corner, near ambulance bay

Phone: (478) 327-8398

Hours: Monday - Wednesday, Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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.

tabSchool Liaison Office 
The School Liaison Office is the central point of contact for school-related matters between military families with children in grades K-12 and local school administrators. The SLO provides transition assistance regarding education for families moving to Robins and serves as an advocate for the educational needs of our military children.

School Liaison Officer:
Renee Daughtry
(478) 327-5524
DSN 497-5524

Airman and Family Readiness Center
Building 794
725 9th Street, Ste 100
Robins AFB, GA 31098

Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday
7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

tabAlcohol, Drug Abuse Prevention & Treatment Program 
Location: Bldg 700, Entrance in southwest corner of building, near ambulance bay

327-8398 (DSN 497-8398)

Clinic Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday

Services available:
- 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

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.

tabEmployee Assistance Program (EAP) 

Bldg 207 (neighbors with Occupational Medicine)
Hours: 0730-1630 M-F 

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

Lynn Irvine (327-7683) and Jamie Tillit (327-7577) are 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 with a licensed therapist or to access legal services. Information is also available at This website includes self-assessments related to mental health, wellness, and personal/work development.

Services are private and confidential.

tabFamily Advocacy 
Location: Bldg 700,  Entrance in southwest corner, near ambulance bay

Clinic Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

Phone: 327-8398

The Robins Air Force Base Family Advocacy Program is comprised of three primary components: 
  1. Outreach and Prevention
  2. New Parent Support Program
  3. Family Violence Intervention
For more information, see the Family Advocacy factsheet

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