Location: Building 1007
Hours: Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
About us: The ADAPT clinic provides comprehensive services to individuals who are experiencing problems associated with substance abuse or misuse. ADAPT serves active duty personnel by offering assessment, intervention, education, prevention and outreach, and rehabilitative services either through individual or group counseling sessions. Members can access services as either a self, medical, or command referral. Civilian employees are eligible for one-time assessments within the ADAPT clinic and will be provided with referral resources if further care is required or requested. Dependents and retirees may contact the ADAPT clinic for information regarding referral resources within the local area.
Location: Ross Clinic, Building 1001
About us: For allergy, a referral is required from your primary care manager. You will be contacted by the allergy clinic staff to set up an initial allergy consultation.
Location: Building 1001
About us: Our clinic consists of a licensed social worker who is located at your primary care clinic to provide short-term mental health care. The purpose is to offer assistance when habits, behaviors, or emotional concerns begin to interfere with your personal life.
Location: Building 517
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
About us: We are a mental health resource embedded in the 17th Training Group for all training group personnel to include staff and students of all military branches. Our mission is to provide members of the training group convenient and timely access to therapy and psychoeducational services provided by a qualified and experienced social worker. Services offered include solution focused brief therapy, stress management, guidance in a crisis, and educational groups.
Location: Ross Clinic, Building 1001, 271 Fort Richardson Ave.
About us: Family member travel screening is a process to screen all active duty military family members requesting government-sponsored travel to overseas locations. The Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program is designed to provide support to military family members with special needs. All branches of the military offer EFMP, and each Service includes a variety of personnel, medical and family support functions under the EFMP umbrella. Learn more about the Exceptional Family Member Program.
About us: We help build healthier couples and families while creating more resilient and responsive communities. Our programs center upon prevention and outreach, maltreatment, victim advocacy, and research. New Parent Support Program, is a voluntary program for expectant parents and families with children under the age of three. This program is designed to empower expectant parents and families through education and support. The program includes home visitation services as needed. Family Advocacy Strength-Based Treatment is another voluntary program for couples and families who desire to change destructive patterns of communication. Through our Family Maltreatment services our program strives to provide confidential and caring support to active duty members and their families who are referred due to suspected child or partner maltreatment. Outreach services are offered through life-skills classes in parenting, relationship enhancement, emotion regulation and resiliency boosting. Treatment services are offered for individuals, couples, and families who have experienced maltreatment.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: We provide medical and administrative support to flight surgeon-assigned beneficiaries. Our programs include the computerized appointment booking and appointment validation, monitoring and recording physiological measurements for flying class physicals, occupational health examinations, and security forces personnel as well as initial triage of urgent needs, performing medical treatment, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. We facilitate the initial medical in-processing of the Fire Academy trainees by providing a nutrition, sleep, supplement, wellness, and safety briefing, medical testing, and respiratory fit test questionnaire. We perform record reviews on Periodic Health Assessment questionnaires, allowing primary care teams to complete all Department of Defense annual assessments. In addition, our services extend to accomplishing medical clearances, which encompasses overseas, retraining, commissioning, Palace Chase and Palace Front, and professional military education clearances. Furthermore, our Medical Standards Management Element is responsible for the regulation of AF Form 469, Duty Limiting Condition Reports. Lastly, Flight Medicine is the point of contact for Separation History and Physical Exams for all members separating or retiring from military service.
About us: We all face challenges and difficulty throughout the course of our lives. In overcoming this adversity we grow as individuals. Sometimes the task is too great or the problem too large to face alone. It is a sign of great strength for someone to ask for help when these situations arise. We understand what it means to be connected with the military. We’re trained and ready to help you make the most of your life and career. We offer comprehensive evaluation and treatment for the full spectrum of mental health issues. We also provide a wide range of intervention services to include psychological testing and individual counseling. Services are available to all active duty personnel. Dependents and retirees needing care can be seen by an in-network TRICARE provider without a referral within the local area for care.
Location: Ross Clinic, 271 Fort Richardson Avenue, Building 1001
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About us: Our mission is to provide comprehensive eye care and enhance the readiness of active duty personnel. We also strive to deliver the highest quality of eye care to family members, retirees, and all others entrusted to our care. We offer state of the art testing, diagnosis, and treatment of ocular pathology and refractive conditions. Our team of professionals assist with ordering, dispensing, and repair of military spectacles.
About us: We specialize in treatment of musculoskeletal pain to include spine, shoulders, hips, knees, ankles, or other areas of pain. We offer manual therapy, spinal manipulation, dry needling, therapeutic exercises, and other modalities designed specifically for you and your condition. We also provide services offsite to minimize student time out of training as well as a running clinic to analyze and treat running related pain.
About us: We help keep our student population healthy and in class in order to continue training. Sick call is ideally used for acute medical issues that need to be addressed same day. We also offer scheduled appointments daily in order to address and care for more long term or recurrent medical conditions. Upon arrival to sick call, the patient will be triaged at the front desk to assess the acuity and severity of the medical issue, and will be seen same day if needed. Appropriate triaging will also allow member to be scheduled for a later appointment if this is the best management for the condition. Every Tuesday and Thursday, we also provide overseas clearances, by appointment, for students that will move to an overseas assignment. On Friday, we provide initial Army ranger and WASP physicals by appointment. As a benefit to our instructor population, we also service acute medical complaints, but only in our morning sick call timeframe.