There are 3 PHAP Regions, each staffed by a two-person team: a Case Facilitator and an Outreach Specialist. Regional headquarters are at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio (North); Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Georgia (South) and Travis Air Force Base, California (West).
520 Waldron Street,
Bldg. 228, Room 202
Travis AFB, CA 94535
24/7 Message Line
West Regional Team
477th FG, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska
943rd RQG, Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona
944th Fighter Wing, Luke AFB, Arizona
HQ 4th Air Force, March ARB, California
349th AMW, Travis AFB, California
452nd AMW, March AFB, California
940th ARW, Beale AFB, California
302nd AW, Peterson AFB, Colorado
310th SW, Schriever AFB, Colorado
624th RSG, Hickman AFB, Hawaii
931st ARG, McConnnell AFB, Kansas
926th Wing, Nellis AFB, Nevada
419th FW, Hill AFB, Utah
446th AW, McChord AFB, Washington
5439 McCormick Avenue
Building 4014, Room 110
Wright Patterson AFB, OH 45433
North Regional Team
512th AW, Dover AFB, Delaware
932nd AW, Scott AFB, Illinois
434th ARW, Grissom AFB, Indiana
459th ARW, Joint Base Andrews, Maryland
910th AW, Youngstown-Warren ARS, Ohio
934th AW, Minn.-St Paul IA ARS, Minnesota
442nd FW, Whiteman AFB, Missouri
514th AMW, JB McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey
914th AW, Niagara Falls IAP ARS, New York
445th AW, Wright-Paterson AFB, Ohio
439th AW, Westover ARB, Massachusetts
911th AW, Pittsburgh IAP ARS, Pennsylvania
1492 First Street
Building 922, Room 128
Dobbins ARB, GA 30069-5009
South Regional Team
908th AW, Maxwell AFB, Alabama
482nd FW, Homestead ARB, Florida
919th SOW, Duke Field, Florida
920th RQW, Patrick AFB, Florida
HQ 22nd AF, Dobbins ARB, Georgia
94th AW, Dobbins ARB, Georgia
HQ AFRC, Robins AFB, Georgia
413th FTG, Robins AFB, Georgia
917th Wing, Barksdale AFB, Louisiana
403rd Wing. Keesler AFB, Mississippi
916th ARW, Seymour Johnson AFB, North Carolina
440th AW, Pope Army Airfield, North Carolina
507th ARW, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
513th ACG, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
315th AW, Charleston AFB, South Carolina
HQ 10th AF, NAS JRB Fort Worth, Texas
301st FW, NAS JRB Fort Worth, Texas
340th FTG, Randolph AFB, Texas
433rd AW, JB San Antonio-Lackland, Texas
Go to nearest Medical Facility
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
PHAP Team Member
24-Hour Message Line
1 (866) 417-0707
Regional Case Facilitators
Yellow Ribbon is an event-driven program designed to help service members and their families prepare for, see-through and reintegrate after deployments.
Military OneSource is a U.S. Department of Defense program that provides resources and support to active-duty, National Guard and Reserve service members and their families anywhere in the world.
The Lifeline Network answers thousands of calls from people in emotional distress. There are many reasons for their calls.
The Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text.
We are here to help. We have all served in uniform for the United States Military. We are all Veterans of the United States Military and we are all here to help the men and women who are currently serving or have served in the National Guard and Reserve.
The American Red Cross has a long history of service to active duty and retired veterans as well as their family members. The Red Cross provides assistance and information in obtaining veterans' benefits. Visit our site to find a local Red Cross representative.
Everyone deserves opportunities to have a good life: a quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family through retirement, and good health.
TRICARE is the health care program serving active duty service members, National Guard and Reserve members, retirees, their families, survivors and certain former spouses worldwide.
The AF Suicide Prevention Program site is designed to provide information and tools to members of the Air Force community (Suicide Prevention Program Managers, commanders, gatekeepers, IDS members, etc.) in their efforts to help reduce Air Force suicides. Reducing suicide requires a community effort and we welcome your visit to our site.
The Air Force Medical Service is comprised of nearly 60,000 active duty, Reserve, civilian, and contract medical and support professionals who are responsible for the care of more than 2.6 million patients. The Air Force has 63 medical facilities in the continental United States and 12 at overseas locations. More than 1,700 Air Force medical personnel are deployed to 19 countries and have moved more than 85,000 patients out of the Central Command area of operations since October 2001.