SAPR Program

Emergency Support

Team Tinker Emergency Support
Emergency Support Services Guide


The Tinker Integrated Delivery System is a team of helping agencies ready to deliver human service programs in a collaborative effort to contribute to the resilience of Team     Tinker's total force Airmen, Civilians, retirees and family members.

Medical Services

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment
(405) 582-6005/ DSN 852-6005

The ADAPT program provides substance abuse screening, assessment, education, outpatient treatment, and post treatment support. Treatment may include psycho-educational groups, individual therapy, and group therapy. Individuals with needs beyond the capacity of existing ADAPT resources will be provided with the appropriate referral, but will be case managed by the ADAPT Clinic.

Drug Demand Reduction Program
(405) 734-2253

The Drug Demand Reduction Program provides employment and randomized drug testing to the Military and Civilian members associated with Tinker Air Force Base. The office is also open to support commanders and base population with drug education opportunities as needed.

Exceptional Family Members Program (Medical)
(405) 582-6025

The EFMP provides assistance to active duty personnel whose family members need special medical, educational, or psychological services. Enrollment is mandatory to assure the family will always be assigned to a base with required support services.

Family Advocacy
(405) 582-6604

The Family Advocacy Office is the Tinker AFB point of contact for child and spouse maltreatment reporting and treatment. It is mandatory for all Tinker AFB personnel to report suspected family maltreatment to Family Advocacy.

Health and Wellness Center
(405) 734-6575

Mission: Cultivate and support a fit and healthy force.
Vision: Recognized experts in delivering proven, targeted strategies optimizing health and resilience to meet mission demands.
The HAWC offers programs to support a fit and healthy lifestyle for you and your family. After all, healthy individuals are more resilient.

Mental Health
(405) 582-6603

Psychiatry and Counseling services available to active duty service members. Non-active duty beneficiaries may call the toll-free TRICARE number for Value Options at 1-800-700-8646 and select the option for "Mental Health Assistance," for mental health or substance abuse information.

Equal Opportunity

Alternative Dispute Resolution
(405) 739-7889

ADR is a voluntary option offered to everyone. It's process involves mediation, facilitation, structured negotiation, or other problem solving techniques, or any combination thereof, which often produces more efficient and effective outcomes. ADR increases the parties' opportunities to resolve disputes prior to or during the use of formal administrative procedures and litigation.

Equal Opportunity
(405) 739-7889

The Equal Opportunity Office provides training, conducts limited inquiries, processes informal and formal complaints, conducts formal complaint clarifications (military cases only) and coordinates complaint investigations. They also provide human relations training, guidance in formal and informal equal opportunity and treatment complaints processing, perform unit climate assessments, Out & About visits, and provide awareness training on subjects relating to human relations (i.e., cultural diversity, sexual harassment and team building.)

Employee Services

Civilian Health Promotion Services
(405) 582-6817

The mission of Civilian Health Promotion Services is to promote healthier lifestyles for civilian employees at Tinker. The program goals are to improve the health and wellness of our civilian workforce by motivating behavior change, providing the voluntary opportunities for employees to monitor their own health by providing educational programs to develop the knowledge and skills employees need to make the necessary wellness changes. chpstinker@psc.gov

Employee Assistance Program
1-800-222-0364

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offers counseling and/or problem solving services at no cost to civilian government employees.

Employee Relations
(405) 739-2262

Employee Management Relations provides employee relations assistance and advisory services to supervisors and managers serviced by the 72 FSS/FSMC Civilian Personnel Office.

Community Resources

Chapel
(405) 734-2111

The Base Chapel provides spiritual care in faith groups and workplaces and offer opportunities for the free exercise of religion. Complete worship and religious education programs for Protestants and Catholics are provided. The chapel is also the point of contact for Jewish, Muslim, Orthodox and other faiths.

Community Support Coordinator (CSC)
(405) 736-3215

This position was developed to operationalize the four domains of Comprehensive Airmen Fitness (mental, physical, social and spiritual). The CSC primary responsibilities are serving as the executive director of the installation Community Action Information Board (CAIB), chair of the Integrated Delivery System, and act as focal point for Comprehensive Airman Fitness to include all things resilience.
Resilience Training
The CSC oversees resilience training, which teaches positive coping skills as well as making sure military members, their families and civilians are strong in the four domains of Comprehensive Airman Fitness.
Karen.blackwell@us.af.mil

School Liaison Officer
(405) 734-3683/ (405) 739-2747

The School Liaison Officer (SLO) serves as the Tinker AFB point-of-contact for all military child education matters. The SLO develops and coordinates proactive partnerships between local schools (public, private, charter, and home schools) to provide information and referral to families with school-age children. Provides services for military families including tailored relocation assistance, support during deployments, and assistance with the overall challenges of a mobile military lifestyle.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program
(405) 734-9293

The SARC serves as the installation's single point of contact for integrating and coordinating sexual assault victim care services. Services may begin at the initial report of sexual assault and continue through disposition and resolution of issues related to the victim's health and well-being. The SARC shall assist unit commanders as necessary to ensure victims of sexual assault receive the appropriate responsive care.