Words from the top

Col. Hansen

"The responsibilities we have to one another to STEP UP … and have the moral courage to 
STEP IN at the appropriate
time and
stop someone from hurting themselves or somebody else; think how rewarding that would be."

Need Help?

Call 784-7000 to get in touch with someone that can HELP!
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What is Step Up, Step In?





Step Up, Step In.

Make a difference.

Step Up, Step In

Step Up, Step In is a mindset to do the right thing, even if it’s difficult or uncomfortable--it is YOUR duty as a wingman, leader and warrior.

  

Step Up, Step In is not a commander's program.  It is a wing initiative to take care of each other. 

 

Step Up and take charge of the situation. Step In when no one else has. 

 

YOU have the moral courage to do what it right. YOU may just help someone when they really need assistance. What would YOU want them to do if you were in that situation?

 

An Airman's Story

What can you do?

  • Drink responsibly!  Call ADAPT at 784-2148 if you have questions.
  • Volunteer!  Go to http://www.myairforcevolunteer.com/ to learn more.
  • Get fit! 
    • Physical: Call the Fitness Center at 784-5568 for more information.
    • Mental: Call Mental Health at 784-2148 for assistance.
    • Spiritual: Call the Chaplain at 784-5000 to discuss various programs and services available.
    • Social: Go to http://www.51fss.com/ for details on various events happening around base.
  • Make a budget! Call the Airman and Family Readiness Center at 784-5440.

NEED HELP? UNSURE OF WHO TO CALL?

Call the Command Post at 784-7000 and they can contact the right helping agency.

Chaplain

  • The Air Force Chaplain Corps provides spiritual care and ensures all Airmen and their families have opportunities to exercise their constitutional right to the free exercise of religion.
  • 100% Confidentiality
  • Phone: 784-5000

Special Victims' Counsel

  • Provides confidential legal advice, education, and representation to victims of sexual assault.
  • Uses an independent chain of command that runs through the Air Force Legal Operations Agency, Special Victims' Counsel Division.
  • Phone: 784-3290

Area Defense Counsel

  • Provides Air Force members who are suspected of UCMJ offenses or facing potential adverse administrative actions with confidential legal representation.
  • Independent chain of command runs through the Air Force Legal Operations Agency, Trial Defense Division.
  • Phone: 784-6774

Mental Health

  • Offers crisis intervention, individual counseling, group therapy, educational skill training, outreach/prevention, and consultation to commanders/units.
  • Help is available for issues with anxiety, depression, grief, stress from deployment, and more.
  • Phone: 784-2148 or 784-2500 (after hours)

Family Advocacy

  • Increases the well-being of individuals and families by preventing maltreatment through prevention, education, therapeutic intervention and support.
  • Offers Anger Awareness/Stress Management, Parenting Classes, Family Advocacy Safety Education and Seminar Relationship Classes.
  • Phone: 784-5010

Military Family Consultant

  • Available to help service members, spouses, family members and children.
  • Advice on deployment/reintegration, stress and anxiety, marriage/relationship, parenting/sibling and family issues, communication, depression, grief and loss, and daily life issues.
  • Phone: 010-5932-6263 or 010-8672-9055

SAPR

  • Serves as single point of contact for coordinating care for sexual assault victims ensuring they receive appropriate and responsive care.
  • Provides reporting options & advocacy services, liaison to medical, counseling & legal services.
  • Phone: 784-7272 or 031-661-7272

Legal Office

  • Provides legal assistance and notary services to eligible beneficiaries in connection with personal civil legal matters to support and sustain command effectiveness and readiness.
  • Visit the Air Force Legal Assistance Web Site at https://aflegalassistance.law.af.mil/lass/lass.html.
  • Phone: 784-4131

Airman & Family Readiness

  • Provide targeted Airmen and Family support and services by contributing to mission readiness, and the well-being of the Air Force community.
  • Offers TAP class, AFAS information, AF Warrior and Survivor Care, Employment/Relocation Assistance, Financial Readiness, Volunteer Activities.
  • Phone: 784-5440

ADAPT

  • Promote readiness, health, and wellness through prevention/treatment of substance abuse, minimize negative consequences, and provide comprehensive education/treatment to individuals who experience problems.
  • Provides clinical assistance to eligible beneficiaries seeking help for an alcohol problem.
  • Phone: 784-2148 or 784-2500 (after hours)

Equal Opportunity

  • Provides equal treatment and employment opportunity to enhance unit cohesiveness, military readiness and mission accomplishment.
  • Identifies, assesses and removes EO barriers, provides complaint services, eradicates unlawful discrimination, and fosters a positive human relations environment.
  • Phone: 784-4040

American Red Cross

  • Provides emergency communication, financial assistance, deployment services, information referral and other services to veterans.
  • Offers CPR, first aid, babysitting, and pet first aid classes. Dental assistance program training and volunteering information also available.
  • Phone: 784-1855 or 0505-784-1855