Integrated Resilience and Prevention Office (IRPO)

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Vision: To build and sustain an environment where all Airmen are connected to their Mission, promote mutual respect, and foster personal resilience.

Our team 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 activities that promote connectedness and improve organizational climate.


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The Robins Resilience Center (Bldg. 560 & 559) is a new dedicated space for individuals to recharge and connect, as well as conduct Resilience related functions.

Contact us

Location: Robins Conference Center Bldg. 560
Phone: 478-222-9661


We are available to assist units in implementing Let’s Connect, Wingman and/or CAF Days.  In addition to disseminating any MAJCThree people standing in front of Inflatable axe gameOM requirements we have a variety of options to supplement your unit’s event and meet your unique needs.

The Resilience & Prevention Office offers recreational equipment to Team Robins units for morale and welfare functions.  All items are provided free of charge or for a minimum reservation fee for official unit wide functions.

  • Bungee Run, Human Foosball, Bubble Soccer, Inflatable Slide, Archery Tag, Inflatable Axe Throwing, and Hover ball
  • Units are responsible for pick-up, set-up, and returning cleaned equipment
  • Equipment is available on a first come, first serve basis.
  • To reserve equipment contact the IRPO Resilience Program Manager for a Unit Morale Kit Reservation Letter, then reserve equipment through FSS Outdoor Recreation.



We are available to assist Commanders/Directors in helping to interpret and identify trends within organizations. We also offer solutions/remedies.  With resources and/or training opportunities to enhance your organization climate.


All Team Robins Units should have at least two IRTAs who serve as your one-stop shop for providing all AFI/By-Law soft skill training.  IRTAs are also able to assist in securing resources and/or implementing training to address any unit identified needs.


Based upon Myers Briggs personality assessment this training is designed to identify innate strengths, talents, and motivations of individual team members.  Participants will understand their lenses and how to motivate, lead, implement conflict resolution, and enhance communication across their team.


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LivingWorks safeTALK is a 4-hour face-to-face workshop. You'll learn how to prevent suicide by recognizing signs, engaging someone, and connecting them to an intervention resource for further support.



Established to focus on assisting civilian employees.  Initially started as an AFMC Pilot, Robins AFB has developed a program with the following goals:

  1. Provide resource & referral support to civilian personnel; increase awareness of available resources
  2. Enhance connectedness amongst civilian personnel and to the mission
  3. Provide support to unit leaders in enhancing organizational climate

Additionally, the program is designed to allow peers to assist employees as well.  Peer Support Volunteers are trained employees that are willing to assist other peers when needed.  The volunteers participate in a 1-day training to equip them with knowledge on available resources and information on how to assist employees.

CRC’s are available to assist with many needs, big or small; in fact their motto is “Don’t know where to turn? We can help!”

CRC's Contact Info

If you would like more info, please call 478-926-6740 or email:


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