BYSTANDER INTERVENTION TRAINING: DEADLINE 1 MAY Sexual Assault Bystander Intervention training is mandatory training for active duty Air Force personnel to include DoD civilians who supervise active duty Air Force. This training is required to be completed only once in a career. Training is offered at the Education and TraBldg 1650 Rm 98. If you have not completed this mandatory training requirement, please log on to the link below to register. Leader classes are for O-6 and above, Commanders, Directors, CMSgt's, and First Sergeants. Contact Pamela Dorsey at 256-4196 if you have any questions. https://afkm.wpafb.af.mil/community/views/home.aspx?Filter=OO-DP-AM-07
These services are available through the following agencies:
Airman & Family Readiness Emergency Financial Assistance
Family Member Educational Assistance (scholarships, grants)
One-On-One Financial Counseling
Power Pay (debt repayment software program)
Exceptional Family Member Program Coordinator
Electronic resource listing for community resources
Respite and Childcare Assistance
Advocacy/Interface with Helping Agencies (on & off base)
Relocation Assistance (coordination of services at new installation)
The Base Chapel sponsors these programs. For more information, call 618) 256-3303 or see their page here.
Catholic Religious Education
Catholic Youth Organization (CYO)
Faith Group Contact Information
Honeybees (children's program during PWOC)
Military Council of Catholic Women (MCCW: Catholic women if the chapel)
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS)
Protestant Men of the Chapel (PMOC)
Protestant Religious Education
Protestant Women of the Chapel (PWOC)
Young Excited Soldiers Program (Christian youth program for ages 3-18)
Baby Basics Class (3rd Trimester Class)-RE
Basic Aid Training for Children-RC
Bundles for Babies-A&FRC
Before & After School Programs-YP
Boys and Girls Club Program-YP
Child Care Programs-CDC/FCC
Child Fingerprinting Program-SFS
Catholic Religious Education-HC
Child Abuse Prevention & Treatment-FAP/RE
Child Development Center Programs (weekly & hourly quality child care)-CDC
Drug Education for Youth (DEFY-summer camp/mentoring program)-DDRP
Family Services Operation Stork (layettes)-A&FRC
First Aid Training for Children Today (FACT)-RC
Family Child Care Program (child care for ages 2 wks to 12 years)-FCC Family Child Care Home Listing
Give Parents a Break (childcare at CDC funded by Air Force Aid)-CDC/YP
Involved Parents Association ("PTO" for parents of children in base care)-CDC/FCC/YP
Kids on the Move-A&FRC
Military Council of Catholic Women - HC
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS)-HC
Military Working Dog (K-9) Demo-SFS
New Parent Support Program (home visits, in-home marital/parenting therapy, education & support)-FAP
Parent Education Programs-CDC/FCC/YP/RE/A&FRC
PCS Child Care (for incoming & outbound personnel)-A&FRC
Protestant Religious Education-HC
Protestant Women of the Chapel (PWOC)-HC
Respite Care Program (child care assistance for special need or short term crisis funded by Air Force Aid)-A&FRC
School Liaison Officer-SLO
Scrubby Bear Program (handwashing education for children)-RC
Sexual Abuse Prevention Training-RE/SARC
Teen Dating Violence Prevention-RE
Teen Babysitters' List-RC
Young Excited Soldiers Program (Christian youth program for ages 3-18)-HC
Youth Cooking Classes-YP
Youth Field Trips-YP/CDC/FCC
Youth Game Nights-YP
Youth Instruction Classes-YP
-Karate & Martial Arts
Youth Tutoring Program-YP
Youth Sports Program (Basketball, baseball, T-ball, softball, floor hockey, soccer, and swim team)-YP
FitFamily FitFamily is a web-based goal incentive program which encourages families to make healthier lifestyle choices, spend quality time together, set/track goals, and help instill an overall better family wellness. Enroll in the program today at www.usaffitfamily.com to begin tracking goals, earning incentives and more. Families can also join the Youth Center every Tuesday for their FitFamily activities at 4 p.m. For more details, call the Youth Center at 744-9862 or visit www.375fss.com.
The following agenices provide these services:
Medical Group Special Needs Identification & Assignment Coordination Process (SNI)-Formerly EFMP -Mandatory enrollment for all with special needs
Facilities Determinations (required for all special needs assignments)MDG/EFMP Coordinator
Family Member Relocation Clearances (req'd for all members with OCONUS assignments and all EFMP families regardless of assignment location)-MDG/EFMP Coordinator
Health and Wellness Center Tobacco Cessation Class
Is quitting smoking or dipping part of your New Year's Resolution? The HAWC's Tobacco Cessation Program is here to help you quit for good. Orientations are on Mondays from 1100-1200. Classes are every Monday from March 6th to April 30th at 11 a.m.
This 6-week progressive training program will help you improve your 1.5 mile run time by increasing running endurance and building speed. On average, this program has helped past participants improve 1.5 mile run time by 1:12! Open to reservists and active duty of all branches with times 13:15 or slower. The class meets every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. during the 6 weeks.
Tobacco Prevention & Cessation Class
Monthly Health Observances
A free, hands-on prenatal/post-partum exercise program designed to strengthen the body for all of the changes it will experience is offered every Wednesday at 3 p.m.
Red Cross Basic Aid Training for Children
First Aid Classes
Water Safety Instructors' Classes
Outdoor Rec Swimming Classes
Counseling Military and Family Life Counselors are trained and available to help service members, spouses, family members, children and staff. To schedule an appointment, call 304-8942.
Master Resilience Training (MRT) classes: prepares Airmen and their families to cope with adverse events before they occur-Contact Career Assistance Advisor for current schedule of classes or to develop a tailored program for your organization.
Comprehensive Airman Fitness (CAF) activities are coordinated by the CAIB/IDS - call 256-4353 for additional information.
FAMILY READINESS/DEPLOYMENT Car Care-A&FRC
Deployment & Reintegration Support-A&FRC
Give Parents a Break (child care at CDC funded by Air Force Aid)-CDC/A&FRC
Hearts Apart (morale calls, E-mail, videophones, support to deployed/remote)-A&FRC
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS)-HC
Services to Deployed Separated Families-A&FRC
Spouses of Deployed Members Support-A&FRC/MHC/RE
RELOCATION Child Care for PCS (AF ONLY; paid for by Air Force Aid Society)-A&FRC
Home Buyers & Sellers Seminars-A&FRC
"Get Your Move On" PCS Workshop (outbound personnel and families): A&FRC
Newcomers Orientation (all military and civilian Team Scott personnel): A&FRC
Remote Tour Briefing: A&FRC
Team Scott Happy Landings (military and civilian Team Scott personnel): A&FRC
Helping Agency: Airman & Family Readiness Center
Airman and Family Readiness Center For more information, on these and other A&FRC events and services call 256-8668.
Respite care Respite care is an Air Force Aid sponsored program which allows a break for a few hours a week or month to families who have the responsibility of a 24-hour day care for an ill or disabled family member living in the household. Families interested should be enrolled in the EFMP.
Military Family Life Counselor
Need to talk? MFLC's are here to listen. MFLC's are trained and available to help servicemembers, spouses, family memers, children and staff. To schedule an appointment, call 304-8942. VA representative
VA Representative are available every Thursday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call the Airman and Family Readiness Center in advance for an appointment at 256-8668.
Inside Scott AFB
Scott AFB's Calendar
What is the CAIB/IDS?
The Community Action Board (CAIB) is responsible for community collaboration and for identifying and resolving individual, family, installation, and community issues that impact readiness of SAFB units and the quality of life of all members and their families.
The Integrated Delivery System (IDS) enables combat power as the action arm of the CAIB and is responsible for developing solutions to issues. We act with the CAIB to coordinate the activities of other agencies assisting in the resolution of issues. The CAIB and the IDS are present at each level of Air Force command from bases to Headquarters.
24-Hour Referral Line
Airman & Family Readiness Center
Alcohol/Drug Abuse Prevention
Area Defense Counsel
Armed Forces Against Drunk Driving
Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
Security Forces Squadron
School Liaison Officer
Company Grade Officer's Council
Meets the third Thursday of every month at 11:30 a.m. at the Global Grill. For more information contact Capt. Seth Howell at 222-4460
Meets the third Wednesday of every month at 11 a.m. location varies.
For more information, contact Chief Master Sgt. Don Dufner at 229-3920.
Top 3 Meets every third Friday at 3 p.m. at the Scott Club. For more information contact Master Sgt. Gerado Ventura at 229-7479.
Air Force Sergeant's Association
Meets the second Thursday of every month from noon to 1 p.m.. at the Scott Club (Enlisted side). For more information visit http://www.afsa872.org/
NCO Council Meets the third Thursday of each month at 3 p.m. in the Scott Club (enlisted side) For more information contact TSgt Krystal Tokarz at 779-3756 or www.facebook.com/scottafbnco
Meets the first Thursday of the month at 3 p.m. in the Enlisted Professional Enhancement Center. For more information contact A1C Samantha Cooper at 7798527.
Dorm Council Meetings are held the second Wednesday of every month in the Belleville Hall dayroom. For more information visit contact A1C Kevin Syzemore at 256-1545.
Enlisted Spouses Club
Meetings held the second Tuesday of the month at 6 p.m. in the Patriots Landing Community Center on base.