Surveys put spotlight on Wingman Wellness

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  • By Darrel Burns
  • Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
The Wingman Wellness Survey is currently ongoing through Nov. 16. 

Based from past Wingman Wellness surveys, Edwards has increased efforts to promote the Employee Assistance Program and Military OneSource. 

Because of those efforts, increased participation in the EAP and MOS programs has demonstrated effective support for our civilians, active duty and family members. 

In addition, the survey spotlighted the civilian wellness and fitness program, and Air Force Materiel Command approved three hours a week of wellness and fitness activities. 

The Edwards' Civilian Wellness and Fitness office responded by pushing out new initiatives and significantly expanding eligible wellness programs to include all EAP, Health and Wellness Center and Airman and Family Readiness Center activities. 

These are just a few examples of the results that are directly related to participation in the Wingman Wellness Survey. 

Leadership at all levels is reviewing these anonymous responses from this survey, and AFMC is taking action based on that information. 

Individuals are strongly encouraged to participate in this survey and continue to express their needs to AFMC leadership. 

The survey is anonymous, voluntary and takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Individuals are not required to answer all questions. The survey Web link is at the top of CenterNet.

For information regarding the Wingman Wellness survey, call 275-2366.