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 The Nellis Community of Responsible Choices Committee (CORC) are taking steps to ensure every active-duty member, retiree and dependent, gets the help they need in dealing with the stress of a high tempo work environment.

Where Do I Go For Help?

ADAPT (Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment)
Contact number: 702-653-3880

Services for Active Duty:

  • Evaluations
  • Education & Prevention Briefing
  • Treatment Alcohol/Drugs and Gambling
  • Support Air Force Responsible Drinking Programs
  • Does NOT treat Dependents or Retirees (VA)
  • Contractors can only be seen once for evaluation, no treatment

Airman and Family Readiness Center
Nellis contact number: 702-652-3327
Creech contact number: 702-404-0867

Free Services Offered for Active Duty, Contractors, General Schedule, Retired, Guard and Reserve:

  • Family Life Skills
  • Transition Assistance

Short Term Services: (Limited Confidentiality)

  • No records
  • Before, during and after duty hours
  • No Restricted Reporting for Sexual Assault


AFRC Military Family Life Consultant
Nellis contact numbers: 702-715-9128 / 702-308-0473
Creech contact number: 702-715-6138

Free Services Offered for Active Duty, Contractors, General Schedule and Retired:

Short Term Services: (Confidentiality)

  • No records
  • Before and after duty hours
  • Available -No Restricted Reporting for Sexual Assault
  • Located in the Airman Family Readiness Center


Base Chaplain
Nellis contact number: 702-652-2950

The mission of the Nellis Air Force Base Chapel is to provide for the free exercise of religion to the Nellis community. The chapel accomplishes its mission through three elements:

1. The chaplains provide pastoral care by conducting worship services and confidential counseling.

2. The Program Support Element handles facility scheduling. Any event taking place in the chapel must be coordinated through Program Support.

3. The Financial Management Element handles non-appropriated (chaplain fund) funding of chapel programs. This element also handles appropriated fund matters.

The chapel is here to support the religious needs of all Air Force members. If we don't provided opportunities for your faith group, please feel free to contact us. We will connect you with someone of your faith group, or do our best to accommodate your need.

Family Advocacy
Contact number: 702-653-3880

Services Offered:

  • Anger Management Classes
  • Stress Management Classes
  • Relationship Enhancement Class
  • New Parent Support Program
    -The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) is voluntary, home visitation program for parents expecting a baby and for parents of children up to the age of three. Parents can request NPSP services on their own or they may be referred to the program by their health care provider, the service member's commander or family support program staff. This program is available to parents who live on the installations or in the civilian community.

Maltreatment

  • Reporting family violence is made mandatory by AFI 40-301 and AFI 40-301 Nellis Air Force Base SUP 1
  • There are two reporting options: an Unrestricted Report and a Restricted Report (RR)

Family Medicine Residency
For appointments call: 702-653-2273

Services Offered for Active Duty, Dependents, Retirees, Guard, and Reserve:
 
Work and School
  • School/Sports physicals provided for dependents and beneficiaries.
  • Wellness exams performed
 
Nutrition/Fitness/Tobacco
  • Members referred to nutritional medicine referrals/referrals to HAWC classes
Grief/worry/sadness
  • Referral to airman readiness center/life skills/military one source
​Sexual Assault
  • University Medical Center protocols/SARC
  • Need for Medication-medications prescribed and filled
  • Clinical Depression
  • Routine provider visits/consults with other services on/off base

HAWC
Contact number: 702-653-3375

Services Offered for Active Duty, Active Duty Dependents, Retirees and Retiree Dependents:
 
  • Blood Pressure/Cholesterol Screenings
  • Relaxation Therapy
  • Massage Therapy
  • Tobacco Cessation
  • Nutrition and Fitness Classes
  • Sleep Hygiene Class

Services Offered for Active Duty Only: (Limited Confidentiality)

  • Treatment for post-deployment issues, depression, anxiety and stress
  • PTSD Group Stress Management Class
  • Couples therapy for Active Duty members (both must be AD)


Military One Source
www.militaryonesource.com
Stateside: 1-800-342-9647
Overseas: *800-3429-6477

Services Offered: (Confidentiality)

  •  Active Duty
  • National Guard (no orders needed)
  • Reserve (no orders needed)
  • Retiree (no longer than 6 months after retirement date)
  • ALL Dependents
  • Parents and Grandparents
  • Individual seeking help has a duty to warn if suicidal, homicidal, is receiving limited Alcohol/Drugs Treatment
SARC

Services Offered:
 
 
  • 24/7 services
  • 24/7 report line 702-652-7272
  • Active Duty and Active Duty Adult Dependents Only - restricted report available
  • Dependents, Department of Defense Civilians and General Schedule (unless they are also Active Duty Adult Dependents) can receive un-restricted reporting services ONLY (per AFI 36-6001)
Equal Opportunity
Contact number: 702-652-4531

Services Offered for Military, Civilian, Retirees and Dependents:
  • Reporting of unlawful discrimination of both military and civilians due to Race, Color, National Origin, Sex, Religion, Age (40 and over) and Disability (mental and physical)
Mental Health
Contact number: 702-653-3880
Clinic Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
 
(Updated June 2012)