Leaders' Toolbox

This tool box serves as a resource for unit commanders and leaders at all levels to find vital resources and documents to help Airmen in their time of need.

AFMC Post Suicide Checklist

Airmen and Guardians Under Investigation Checklist dual sig USSF 24 May 21



90 Farrell Dr. (Bldg. 5620) • 277-0723

  • M-F, 7:30am-4:30pm (Closed first Monday of each month)
  • Includes Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)


35 N. Wolfe (Bldg. 3940) • 275-7016

  • M-F, 7:30am-4:30pm
  • Occupational, Weapons, Flight and Test Safety. Open to all.


30 Nightingale Rd. (Bldg. 5525) • 275-2566

  • M-F, 7:30am-4:30pm (Closed every 3rd Thursday, 7:30am-12pm)
  • Internal Behavioral Health Consultants work closely with your primary care providers to help develop a treatment plan that addresses the physical, behavioral, and emotional aspects of your health. Open to Active Duty, dependents, retirees and other beneficiaries.


Chapel 1: 15 W. Popson Ave | Chapel 2: 10 Chamberlin Loop 277-2110

  • M-F, 7:30am-4:30pm 24/7
  • Provides intentional and actionable spiritual leadership, guidance and support for the Edwards community. Serves various denominations and offers confidential counseling, spiritual support, marital and youth programs. Open to all.


20 Popson Ave (Bldg. 2670)

Air Force EAP


1-866-580-9078 (TTY 711)

www.AFPC.AF.MIL/EAP <http://www.AFPC.AF.MIL/EAP>

  • M-F 0800-1600.
  • Committed to offering the highest quality of care through assessment, counseling and referral services. EAP is confidential and no cost. Open to DoD civilians and family members only.


20 Popson Ave (Bldg. 2670) • 277-7985

  • M-F, 8am-3:30pm, W, 8am-2:30pm, 3rd Fr, 8am-1pm
  • Processes work complaints relating to unlawful discrimination, sexual harassment, and harassment. ADR provides constructive avenues of redress to complaints and disagreements other than litigation. Open to all.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility

20 Popson Ave (Bldg. 2670) (661) 277-7985

M-F 8:30am-4:30om

Acts as the senior advisor to base leadership for data-driven diversity and inclusion measures to best support Total Force members. The Affirmative Employment Program uses data to address barriers that prevent equal opportunity for underrepresented communities. The Disability Program Manager supplies expertise and support for recruiting people with targeted disabilities and advises supervisors on the reasonable accommodation process. The Inclusionary Program recognizes, appreciates and uses the talents and skills of employees from all backgrounds, and processes workplace issues (harassment) that do NOT rise to the level of unlawful discrimination.

412 TW IPM Program Overview

The New AFMC DEIA Construct


30 Nightingale Rd. (Bldg. 5513) • 277-5291

  • M-F, 7:30am-4:30pm (Closed every 3rd Thursday, 7:30am-12pm)
  • Offers Family Advocacy Strength-Based therapy for couples/family counseling to active duty and their families. If abuse or neglects occurs, the program provides immediate intervention, safety and support to victims and behavioral education and counseling to offenders to reduce or eliminate the risk of future abuse. Classes are open to all.


Civilian Health: 208 West Popson Ave. (Bldg. 2204) • 277-3667

  • M-F, 8am-4pm
  • Free resources and services to help maintain health & well-being. Screenings include: Fingerstick CRP (cholesterol, triglycerides, glucose), Blood Pressure, InBody body composition. DoD Civilians are eligible for all screenings; Active Duty are eligible for body comp only. All are eligible for Health Ed Classes.

AF Health: 55 Wolfe Ave. (Bldg. 3925) • 277-9427

  • M-F, 7am-4pm 
  • Offers the following resources in order to enhance resiliency and reduce illness & injury for Airman: Tobacco Cessation, Weight Management, FIT & NUTR Ed, Injury Prevention, OPSS, & m-NEAT. Open to all.


5 S. Wolfe Ave. (Bldg. 2800)

  • Notary & Powers of Attorney walk-in hours:

    0900 – 1500 M-Th

  • Notarizations/Powers of Attorney available during walk-in hours. Legal assistance by appointment only. Legal assistance services are available for the following issues: Basic Estate Planning & Wills, Guardianships, Divorce/Separation, Adoption, Bankruptcy & Immigration, Citizenship, and more. Open to Active Duty, dependents, and retirees.


30 Nightingale Rd. (Bldg. 5513) • 277-5291

  • M-F, 7:30am-4:30pm 
  • (Closed every 1st & 3rd Thursday, 7:30am-12pm)
  • Offers stress management, anger management, sleep hygiene, various counseling (including psychiatric counseling), alcohol and drug treatment and outreach/prevention programs. Open to Active Duty and Adult Tricare beneficiaries only.


90 Farrell Dr. (Bldg. 5620) • 483-0946

  • Non-medical short-term, situational/solution-focused problem-solving counseling, anger management, communication, conflict resolution, parenting, coping skills, homesickness, separation, grief, and loss. No records/documentation of sessions. Open to Active Duty and dependents.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR)

20 Popson Ave (Bldg. 2670) •  24/7 Response Helpline: 661-209-011572)

  • M-F, 7:30am-4:30pm (office hours)
  • (661)277-SARC (7272)
  • Restricted/Unrestricted Reporting Options, Victim Support & Advocacy, Case Management, Referral Support, SAPR Education & Training. Open to Active Duty, dependents over the age of 18 and DoD Civilians.

Integrated Prevention and Resilience Office

20 Popson Ave (Bldg. 2670) • 661-527-5177

  • M-F, 8am-4pm
  • Focuses on primary prevention of interpersonal and self-directed violence. Contact our office for information pertaining to Command Climate Assessments and Suicide Prevention Program manual training requirements.