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The Robins Community Action Team (CAT) provides a comprehensive umbrella of care for the people of Robins AFB. The Robins CAT is a combination of various helping agencies, which deliver responsive community care through proactive and coordinated programs and services. Team members of the Robins CAT 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 CAT 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.
Promote collaboration and continuous process improvement amongst helping agencies to identify gaps in programs and activities, eliminate ineffective redundancies, and improve programs and activities that support resilience, violence prevention and community needs.The CAT Team includes leadership representatives from the base primary helping agencies covered in this brochure, plus representatives from the Robins AFB community-at-large.
Page updated June 2020
Location: Bldg 2094, Rm 159
Hours: 7 a.m.- 4 p.m., M – F (UTA weekends)
The Air National Guard Psychological Health Program (PHP) advocates and supports Airmen and their families by promoting mental fitness and personal wellness for operational readiness. The PHP promotes focused activities facilitating the prevention of mental health issues, early intervention, crisis response and post-incident recovery.
Short term, brief solution focused counseling that addresses issues related to conditions of living, life skills, improving relationships at home and at work, stress management, adjustment issues, marital problems, parenting, grief and loss, deployment and reintegration.
Location: Bldg. 794
Hours: 7:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m., M - F
The Airman & Family Readiness Center is the central focal point for all DoD family issues at Robins AFB, supporting active military, Guard/Reserve, DoD civilians, retirees, and respective family members.
Services and activities include:
Location: Bldg 700
Hours: 7:30 .a.m..- 4:30 p.m., M - F
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.
Location: Building 794 (Airman and Family Readiness Center)
725 9th Street, Ste 100
Robins AFB, GA 31098
Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., M -F
Phone:(478) 327-5524, DSN 497-5524
The Child and Youth Education Services-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.
Location: Bldg 207
Hours: 7 a.m. -3:30 p.m., M - F
Civilian Health Promotion Services (CHPS) is a mobile worksite wellness program, delivering wellness services to the federal civilian workforce within AFMC/AMC.
CHPS services include:
Wellness Website Portal: Civilian employees and Active Duty members can make an account at www.USAFwellness.com for access to free resources.
Wellness Screenings: Screenings for cholesterol, blood sugar, blood pressure and body composition.
Wellness Challenges: We offer 2 challenges each year, open to Civilian employees and Active Duty members.
Health Awareness Campaigns: Highlight awareness for health topics and promotion of available support services throughout the year.
CHPS can provide services at any worksite location, scheduling around shift work and even incorporating programming into a unit’s upcoming organizational event.
Location: Bldg 207
Hours: 6 a.m. - 4 p.m., M - F
Reduce the demand for drugs through deterrence and education to promote a safe work environment and a healthy and ready force.
Deterrence: Ensure random testing of military and civilian employees. Provide squadron sweep support to commanders upon request.
Prevention: Prevention education provided at New Employee Orientation, commanders’ calls, new supervisor training for DoD employees, and DoD dependents in area schools and local health fairs.
Eligibility: All AFMC-serviced civilian employees and their family/household members
Call 1-866-580-9078 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for consultation with a licensed therapist, or to access legal and financial services. Information is also available at https://www.afpc.af.mil/Airman-and-Family/Personal-and-Work-Life/ or www.Magellanascend.com. This website includes a variety of information related to mental health, wellness, and personal/professional growth.. Services are private and confidential.
On-Base Consultants are available to assist civilian employees in their efforts to resolve personal problems, such as emotional, family, marital/relationship, stress, anxiety, anger, substance abuse, or work problems that may impact on their conduct and work performance. Location: Bldg 207 and 707.
Location: Bldg 936
Hours: 7:45 a.m.- 3:45 p.m., M - F
The primary objective of the EO program is to improve mission effectiveness by promoting an environment free from personal, social or institutional barriers that prevent Air Force personnel from rising to the highest level of responsibility possible. Commanders and supervisors shall only evaluate members on individual merit, fitness and capability. The EO program is a function of leadership and command based on fairness, equality and justice.
Military – Must file within 60 calendar days of alleged offense.
Civilian – Must make initial contact with EO office within 45 days of alleged offense.
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Process used to resolve EO issues, at the lowest level possible in the early stage of the complaint process, usually by utilizing mediation.
Human Relations Education
Briefings provided to heighten the student’s understanding and awareness of how positive human relations involvement is imperative to mission effectiveness. This serves as a refresher on the foundation of policies, unlawful discrimination, sexual harassment, complaint processes, and roles and responsibilities.
Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., M – F
Outreach and Prevention Programs:
Voluntary, free programs (with no documentation) are designed to enhance family life by promoting wellness, safety and support. All services are available to active duty members, spouses and their children
New Parent Support Program:
Staff of nurses and a social worker who can provide support, education and reassurance for expectant parents and those with infants or toddlers up to age 36 months. They provide valuable information about child development, appropriate forms of discipline, postpardum depression, and stress management. Special programs include:
When family violence occurs, FAP intervenes to ensure all family members are safe and to stop the cycle of violence. Treatment is provided in a variety of ways, which include individual therapy, couples therapy and group therapy. Treatment will often focus on recognizing signs and symptoms of stress, anger and family conflict.
Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate (DAVA)
The First Sergeants are the principal advisors to the unit commanders on morale, health, welfare, and discipline for enlisted personnel and their families. Through counseling and leadership they provide guidance on issues of military courtesy, personal appearance, and the full spectrum of personnel and family issues. As the unit liaisons with base and civilian support agencies, they ensure personnel receive the best possible assistance and service available. The First Sergeant is the principal point of contact/initial liaison for all issues concerning personnel assigned to the unit and can provide additional information or referral to any CAT agency.
Main Office: 478-926-5023 or 478-327-3418
FSS provides programs for a variety of community needs, ranging from child care to recreational activities:
Location: Bldg 700 (Public Health)
Hours: 7 a.m. - 4 p.m., M-F
HP Coordinator: 478-222-4868
HP offers the following resources & classes: In-Body Analysis, Performance Nutrition, Heart Health, Diabetes Management, Sleep Hygiene, Back Safety, Tobacco Cessation PTL-A and more!
Location: Robins Conference Center Bldg. 560
Provides guidance to Team Robins Airmen and Commanders in the areas of resilience and the prevention of interpersonal and self-directed violence through programs and activites that promote connectedness and improve organization climate.
Location: Bldg 700
Hours: 7:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m., M – F
The Mental Health Clinic offers assessment, psychological counseling, and medication management to active duty members for a variety of reasons, including:
Behavioal Health Optimization Program (BHOP) is the First Stop for all Active Duty – Appointments can be made thru Central Appointment line: 478-327-8150.
Location: Bldg 708
Hours: Hours: Mon – Wed 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. (Lunch 11 a.m.- noon), Thurs 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. (Lunch 1-2 p.m.) and Fri 9-11 a.m.
The Legal Assistance Program provides information and assistance on a variety of personal legal issues to military personnel (active & retired), their dependents, and Reservists on (AD) orders.
Location: Bldg 769
The Robins Chapel staff provides the opportunity for Team Robins to express their constitutionally guaranteed right to the free exercise of religion at Robins Air Force Base and deployed locations. Programs include:
For information on other faith groups, call the Chapel Office
Airmen’s Ministry Center (bldg. 706, corner of Macon & 7th)
Each unit at Robins AFB has an assigned Chaplain.
To reach a unit chaplain call:
Spiritual Guidance / Marriage & Family Counseling / Personal Challenges / Divorce Recovery
Location: Bldg 707 (located behind the Chapel)
Office Hours: 7 a.m.- 4 p.m., M - F
Phone: 478-327-7272 (24/7 support line)
The Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (SAPR) Program reinforces the Air Force’s commitment to eliminate sexual assaults through education, collaboration, and advocacy; fostering environments of dignity and respect.
Location: Bldg 700
Walk-in hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8-11 a.m.
This process identifies family members with medical or educational needs. When families relocate, the process is critical to determine availability of services for spouses and children with special needs to ensure the receiving installation can provide full services.
Location: Occupational Medicine Services (OMS), Bldg. 207
Hours: 0730-1630, M-F
For Appointments: 478-327-7590
Direct Office: 478-327-7601
Services offered: Therapy, consultations regarding distressed employees, personalized presentations and trainings, evaluations (security clearance, mental stability, fit for duty, clearing for work), crisis response assessment and follow-ups, suicide prevention, workplace outreach and prevention initiatives.
*Psychologist is available, at no cost, for any civilian who works at Robins AFB.
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