The Veterans/Military Crisis Line (VCL/MCL) is available to service members, veterans and their families inside the continental U.S. (CONUS) through the following:
For service members, veterans and their families outside the continental U.S. (OCONUS), the country code to reach the United States is required for each number and is dependent on the caller's location. Individuals calling from OCONUS, Canada, Mexico, or off an installation will be responsible for long-distance international charges from their respective carriers, even if dialing a toll-free number:
The 988 Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers. The 988 Lifeline provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the U.S. If callers are unable to reach the crisis support through phone dialing, the chat service is available online in all locations with an internet connection.
988 Suicide and Crisis Line (Anyone in the U.S.)
To access non-crisis support (e.g., relationship, family, or financial challenges). Service members and their immediate family can connect with Military OneSource for free and confidential counseling 24/7 (CONUS: 800-342-9647; OCONUS: 800-342-9647 or 703-253-7599; or visit https://www.militaryonesource.mil). TRICARE (https://www.tricare.mil or for OCONUS — https://www.tricare-overseas.mil) can also connect DoD beneficiaries of the Military Health System to mental health and counseling services. Additionally, if you are a DoD civilian employee, DoD Employee Assistant Program provides resources, information, and confidential help 24/7 at 866-580-9046 (TTY: 711).
All discussions with a Chaplain or a Religious Affairs Airman are absolutely confidential (UCMJ privileged communication) and cover a wide variety of issues including individual counseling, relationship and family concerns, work issues, stress and anger management, suicidal ideations, spiritual concerns, and ethical issues.
Space Base Delta 1 provides a work environment where each person is valued for his/her/they/them perspectives, skills and talents, is treated respectfully, is able to communicate openly and is encouraged to develop to his/her/they/them full potential as a contributor to the success of the base and the communities we serve.
For more information on diversity and inclusion efforts across the DAF, please visit www.af.mil/diversity.
SBD 1 is dedicated to protect the environment while fulfilling its mission to "One team delivering warfighting capabilities through unrivaled combat service and base operations support."
The mission of EO is to improve mission effectiveness by promoting an environment free from unlawful discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace. Equal opportunity should be offered to all people, military or civilian, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or sexual orientation, and age or disability (civilian).
The Guardian Resilience Team (GRT) is a U.S. Space Force initiative charged to develop a Holistic Health program for USSF members. Our sole purpose as a team is to serve you!
The IG welcomes complaints from all sources, and will either address your complaint or refer your case to the appropriate channels for your complaint. They are always available to discuss your concerns or answer questions.
The SBD 1 Legal Office delivers professional, candid, independent counsel, and full-spectrum legal capabilities to command and the warfighter.
OSI Det 803 (Peterson SFB)
Criminal Investigations Branch - (719) 556-4347
Counterintelligence Branch - (719) 556-4100
OSI Det 807 (Schriever SFB)
Call: (719) 567‐ 5049 or (719) 888‐9352.
The Privatized Housing Resident Advocate is a SBD1 Commander resource assigned to help military members and their families who live in privatized housing.
The Peterson & Schriever SFB Public Affairs Office provides advice and counsel, communication planning and support to seven Delta-level commands—Space Base Delta 1, Space Delta 2, DEL 3, DEL 6, DEL 7, DEL 8, DEL 9 and PNT Delta (Provisional).
The SAPR office provides 24/7 confidential trauma-informed care, advocacy, and ongoing nonclinical support.
To maximize small business opportunities within Space Force acquisitions, promote efficiencies and innovation, foster competition and expand the defense industrial base in support of the mission of the United States Space Force.
The Victims’ Counsel Program empowers victims of crime worldwide through independent, confidential advice and victim-centered legal representation. VCs assist victims in obtaining support and recovery resources and promotes greater confidence in the military justice process and the United States Air Force.
The purpose of the clubs is to connect all members of Peterson-Schriever with shared interest and hobbies to meet new people, foster a sense of community, and spend time doing what you love.
EAP is a professional service that provides problem solving, coaching, information, consultation, counseling, resource identification, and support to all APF and NAF government civilian employees and members of their household.
Experienced, licensed mental health professionals, Masters or Ph.D. level, provide non-medical counseling services, coaching, education and trainings to military service members, couples, families and groups. MFLCs can meet you anywhere (with the exception of your home).
Non-medical counseling is available through Military OneSource. They offer many different types of counseling, including face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, financial counseling, international calling counseling, health and wellness coaching.
FVAP is for all military voters, spouses and dependents. All can use the same Standard Form 76 (Federal Postcard Application, or FPCA) to register, request a ballot, or update personal information. Military and overseas civilians use the FVAP forms because they are stationed away from their home state (or state of legal residence). If you are stationed in your state of legal residence, or wish to establish residency in the state in which you are serving, you can register and vote locally.
Assesses active duty members for substance related disorders, based on self or command referral. Provides prevention briefings for First Term Airmen Course and to duty sections upon request. Provides counseling to active duty members for substance related concerns.
CHPS is a mobile worksite wellness program providing free resources to help the civilian workforce maintain and improve their health and well-being. All services provided by CHPS are available at any worksite location and are free to federal civilian employees and active duty members.
Addresses the prevention and treatment of domestic violence and child abuse. Provides direct services that include crisis intervention and safety planning, counseling, risk assessment, and training in the field of domestic violence and child abuse. The program includes prevention and education services, clinical counseling, case management, victim advocacy, parenting classes, new parent support programs, anger management, healthy relationship education, and effective communication seminars.
Goal is to enhance optimal health and readiness through clinically integrated, evidence-based human performance services. Optimize the human weapon system going beyond health care to health through improved human performance, readiness, and deployability.
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The Mental Health Clinic offers services for active duty members only. They provide evidence-based treatment for managing life stressors including (but not limited to) anxiety, depression, and trauma.
Offers early identification of behavioral health needs. Counsels individuals experiencing problems such as sleep, stress, grief, anxiety, and depression. Services are provided by a Mental Health Provider within the Primary Care setting.