419th Fighter Wing - Reserve
The goal of the DPH program is to increase individual, unit, and Wing readiness to help Airmen and their families maximize psychological health, resilience, and wellbeing so they can prevail over the unique challenges of the mission and life in and out of the military. A variety of mental health services are offered for reservists and their families to support psychological fitness for operational readiness. Services available Monday through Friday and drill weekends.
Civilian Health Promotion Services801-586-9586Bldg. 533
The Civilian Health Promotion Services (CHPS) mission is to improve the health and well-being of the Air Forcecivilian workforce.
Wingman Advocate Program801-777-CALL (2255)The Wingman Advocates provide a 24/7 service for civilian employees by providing information and referrals for on- and off-base services/resources for issues ranging from personal/marital/family stressors, financial stressors, substance abuse, etc. -- Bldg. 849Occupational Medicine Services801-777-1163The Occupational Medicine Services (OMS) clinic serves all Federal civilian employees on base; the medical staff evaluates, treats, and follows up with occupational injuries and illnesses, and addresses OSHA-related health standards on base. The OMS clinical psychologist assists individuals in crisis or with work-related stress problems, and assists supervisors who are concerned about a distressed or impaired employee. -- Bldg. 249Employee Assistance Program866-580-9078www.AFPC.af.mil/EAP
The FOH Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides 24/7 services for Air Force civilian employees and household members. Services include short term solution focused counseling, assessment and referral, management consultation, career coaching, and 24 hour crisis hotline. This is a voluntary, confidential, and prepaid benefit.
Airman & Family Readiness Center
The mission of the Airman & Family Readiness Center is to provide targeted Airmen and Family support and services by contributing to mission readiness, and the well-being of the Air Force community. We support and maintain mission readiness by assisting individuals and families with adaptation to the challenges and demands of expeditionary operations and the military lifestyle. For assistance contact us at 801-777-4681.
AFRC Summer Camps/Activities
Housing Management Office
The Housing Management Office (HMO) is ready to support you in the transition to your new home and community. Use the resources provided to become familiar with the housing options and support services available to you. When you arrive at Hill Air Force Base, you must visit the HMO to receive counseling and guidance before entering into any written lease or rental/sales contract for housing. -- Bldg. 833.
Boyer Hill Military Housing
Hill's military family housing is privatized. Boyer Hill Military Housing owns the family housing and is responsible for maintaining, repairing, constructing and managing the community. In addition to your option to purchase and rent housing in the local community, you now may choose to live in privatized housing by signing a tenant lease agreement with BHMH. -- Bldg. 833
The Heart Link program is an orientation to the Air Force for new spouses. Dinner is provided and child care reimbursement may be available. Call the A&FRC at 801-777-4681 to sign up.
Key Spouse Program
The Key Spouse Program promotes individual, family, and unit readiness encouraging peer-to-peer Wingman support and the Facebook page serves as source of information to network with one another, learn about resources on base and in the local community, provide weekly newsletters and monthly training dates and topics.
Hill Enlisted Spouses' Club
The Hill Enlisted Spouses' Club (HESC) is a social group for military spouses stationed at Hill Air Force Base. The group's mission is to provide fun, support, camaraderie and friendship.
Hill Officers' Spouses' Club
The Hill Officers' Spouses' Club (HOSC) is a private volunteer organization serving the Hill Air Force Base community. Among our members you will find business professionals, stay-at-home parents, newlyweds, retirees and everyone in between.
Deployed Spouses Facebook
We are dedicated to ensuring deployed or remote tour families are educated, prepared and have the resources necessary to promote a resilient family.
Safeguarding your digital footprint Information about how to use privacy features to keep your internet presence as safe as possible.
75th Force Support Squadron
The 75th Force Support Squadron (75 FSS) offers a wide variety of morale, welfare, recreational activities, and services. Their mission is to support Team Hill by providing personnel support, professional military education, child development, family support, food services, lodging, and fitness.
Hill has two fitness areas -- the Warrior and Hess Fitness Centers -- that offer a variety of equipment and other ammenities to meet your fitness needs. In addition, an outdoor track and a 5K hard surface scenic trail that circles Centennial Park and the Duck Pond are located on the south side of the base. -- Bldgs. 533 and 520.
Featuring 20 AMF synthetic lanes, the Hill Bowling Center is one of the most modernly equipped centers in the Air Force. Automated bumpers, Qubica Conqueror scoring system, youth/handicap ball ramps, full-service pro shop and Strikes Café combine to bring you hours of excellent entertainment. -- Bldg. 525
Arts & Crafts/Auto Hobby
The Arts & Crafts Center combines several functions under one roof. Each shop is unique with customer service that will exceed your expectations including framing, embroidery, engraving and auto hobby. -- Bldg. 534
Outdoor Recreation/Tickets & Travel
Outdoor Recreation and Tickets & Travel are committed to bringing you top-notch outdoor adventure opportunities, travel, and tickets for community activities. This website is your starting point to launching a life full of adventure and fun. It is our mission to help you get the most out of your recreation and travel experience with quality equipment rentals, superior guided programs, travel planning, discount ticket support, and a great retail selection. -- Bldg. 805
Hubbard Memorial Golf Course
The Hubbard Memorial Golf Course welcomes you no matter what your skill level you can select a length that suits your mood. If playing 18 holes, you will enjoy four par fives, ten par fours, and four par threes. One of the most challenging holes is the par four number ten. It has a fairway that slopes generously from right to left, shooting the ball to the left rough. -- Bldg. 720
Retiree Activities Office
The Retiree Activities Office acts as an interface between the active duty and retired communities. It keep retirees and their loved ones informed on matters related to their military status.
It provides important information and vital services on issues regarding TRICARE, military ID cards, survivor benefits, death reporting and much more. The RAO also maintains a list of phone numbers, websites and e-mail addresses to assist retirees in their military affiliated endeavors.
Many activities and functions at Hill AFB are augmented by and require the continued support of the retiree community. Volunteers are always needed. -- Bldg. 430
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General Resource Information
Weber-Morgan County Resource List
Davis County Resource List
National Suicide Hotline
When you are feeling desperate, alone or hopeless, utilize this free 24/7 hotline available to anyone in a suicidal crisis or emotional distress. call for yourself or someone you care about. The service is free and confidential, and contains a network of more than 140 crisis centers nationwide.
Military One Source
A 24/7 free support service offering assistance and resources on many different issues including personal, relationships, parenting, deployment, career, money, legal, trauma, relocation, counseling and more.
Air Force Resilience
Broad source of info on how to help personnel in distress. This site is designed to provide information and tools to member ot the Air Force community in thei efforts to help reduce Air Force suicides.
Totally anonymous and voluntary mental health testing self-assessments. Questions are designed so you can review your situation with regard to some of the more common mental health issues including, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, alcohol problems and more.
Mental Health and Drug Abuse Treatment Programs
Sexual Assault Awareness
Community Resource Guide
Resiliency Course Catalog
Other Helping Resources
Junior Enlisted Recreation Center
That Guy Campaign
American Red Cross