Integrated Resilience

Integrated Resilience Office
Bldg 1102

The local Integrated Resilience program equips Airmen with the knowledge, skills, tools and resources required to continually assess and adjust to their environment.  We train Resilience Training Assistants, support development of Master Resilience Trainers, and encourage Seeking Consultation and  Whole Person Wellness. We provide leadership consultations and have multiple resources to support individual and unit Comprehensive Airmen Fitness. 

Health Care Services

Medical Treatment Facility Medical Group Facebook
Hill Clinic Access to Care Line 801-586-2273
Access to Care Toll Free Line 800-453-2388
Nurse Advice Line After Hours 800-874-2273
Patient Advocate 801-586-9761

The only Medical Treatment Facility in Utah, the 75th Medical Group serves a population of 70K beneficiaries in the region, with 15,500 enrollees at the MTF.  The 75 MDG provides primary care and a limited range of specialty services for you and other military beneficiaries like you.   

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT)

The ADAPT program promotes readiness, as well as health and wellness through the prevention and treatment of substance misuse. Active duty members receive substance misuse services with the goal to restore function and return member to unrestricted duty status.  Airmen Against Drunk Driving (AADD) can be reached by calling 801-777-1111.

Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH)
(Appointments) 801-586-2273
The PCBH program offers confidential personalized assistance to TriCare beneficiaries experiencing anxiety, insomnia, depression, relationship problems, weight management, substance abuse, chronic pain or other life stressors .  The PCBH program is located in the main clinic.”

Family Advocacy Program (FAP) 

FAP promotes the well-being military families, free of child and partner abuse/neglect through prevention, identification, and treatment. FAP offers relationship enhancement programs and a variety of parenting programs.

Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate 
The DAVA is available to support adult victims of domestic violence. Restricted Reporting of Domestic Abuse may be available to you. -- Bldg. 546. The 24/7 local reporting number is 385-209-1811.
February is the Air Force's Teen Dating Violence Prevention Month.  Below is information and tips on preventing teen sexting. 

Health Promotion

Building 533
Health Promotions offers programs promoting healthy lifestyle choices and behaviors to ensure a fit and healthy force.

Mental Health Clinic 
Bldg. 545

The Mental Health Clinic provides outpatient behavioral health care to active duty military members, to include counseling and medication services.  24-hour crisis lines are also available in Davis County at 801-773-7060 and Weber County at 801-625-3700. 

New Parent Support Program New Parent Support Facebook

The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) provides personalized home visits to build confidence in all aspects of parenting. NPSP Nurse assists with developmental play, feeding, sleep routines, behavior challenges and more. Serves TriCare beneficiaries with children under the age of 36 months. -- Bldg. 545
Director of Psychological Health

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 Employee Services

Civilian Health Promotion Services

Bldg. 533

The Civilian Health Promotion Services  (CHPS) mission is to improve the health and well-being of the Air Forcecivilian workforce.

Occupational Medicine Services

The 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. 249

Employee Assistance Program

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.

Community Resilience Program

The Community Resilience Program provides resource and referral support to civilian personnel by increasing awareness of and access to installation and community resources.  The Community Resilience Coordinators (CRC) are embedded within each OO-ALC group and enhance connectedness of employees to each other and the mission, build comradery, and promote the Wingman Culture.  The program serves as a force multiplier and supports a primary prevention approach used to increase protective factors/reduce risk factors prior to a negative behavior occurring.


Adult Bldg. 150 801-644-0493
Adult Bldg. 150 801-678-6731
Youth Center Bldg. 883 385-288-2825
CDC West Bldg. 464 801-787-3060
CDC East Bldg. 470 801-888-3726
K-6 Grade Hill Field Elem. 801-719-7769

Need to talk? Military & Family Life Counselors (MFLCs) are available to help service members, spouses, children and staff, to address a variety of issues. Consultations are free and anonymous; no records are kept.

Military & Family Resources

Military & Family Readiness Center Airman and Family Readiness Center

The mission of the Military and Family Readiness Center 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.

Child and Youth Services

Child Development Center

The Child Development Center (CDC) serves children ages 6 weeks-5 years. Waiting list is maintained. Fees are based on Total Family Income. Drop-In care is provided on a space available basis. -- Bldg. 464 and 470

Family Child Care

The Family Child Care (FCC) program provides home care for children ages 2 weeks to 12 years old. Care includes evening, weekend, TDY, Special Needs, Extended Duty, hourly, full-time, and before and after school. Providers are licensed through the base commander after completing training requirements. List updated monthly. -- Bldg. 460

Youth Center

The Youth Center services are offered through the base's School Age, Pre Teen, Teen including Youth Sports and Instructional programs. -- Bldg 883

Spouse Programs

Heart Link

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.

Deployment Resources

Hearts Apart
The Hearts Apart newsletter lists activities for spouses, loved ones and families of deployed military members.

Useful Deployment Links
Family Deployment Information
Deployment Resources for Kids
Foster Pet Care for Deployers

Equal Opportunity

Equal Opportunity Office
Bldg. 460

The Equal Opportunity Office (EO) works with DoD employees, applicants for employment, former employees, military members, military family members, and military retirees to eliminate institutional and personal discrimination. With an overall goal to promote an environment free from personal, social, or institutional barriers that prevent members from rising to the highest level of responsibility possible. Offers help to all members IAW Air Force policy/regulation to resolve equal opportunity incidents at the lowest level possible.

Chaplain Services

Hill AFB Chapel 

Chapel Main Line 801-777-2106
After Hours Chaplain Services 801-777-3007

The Hill AFB Chapel provides spiritual care and the opportunity for Team Hill members and their families to exercise their First Amendment right to freedom of religion.  Bldg. 475

Legal Services & Programs

Legal Office

The legal office can provide power of attorney, wills and other services. Call for details and hours. -- Bldg. 1278

Victim Witness Assistance Program

The Victim Witness Assistance Program (VWAP) is available to anyone who is the victim of a crime committed by an active duty member. For VWAP assistance, call and select the option for "Military Justice." -- Bldg. 1278

Area Defense Counsel

Represent active duty members in actions under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, at courts-martial and nonjudicial punishment actions (commonly known as Article 15). Also, represent clients in a variety of other actions, including administrative discharges, referral performance reports, and administrative demotions. -- Bldg. 1267

Victims’ Counsel

A Victims’ Counsel (VC) is an Air Force attorney who provides victim-centered advice and representation in military justice and administrative processes to eligible survivors of sexually related and domestic violence offenses. VCs are independent of the base’s chain of command, so no one in the chain of command can influence the representation of their clients. Communications with VCs are protected by attorney-client privilege and are confidential.  – Bldg. 460

Other Resources

Integrated Resilience Channel









Sexual Assault Prevention & Response SARC facebook page

Hill's Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office provides 24/7 sexual assault response. The single point of contact for victims from initial report of sexual assault through disposition and resolution of issues related to a victim's health and well-being. -- Bldg. 460

Air Force Sexual Assault Prevention & Response

DoD Safe Helpline

Safe Helpline 877-995-5247
Text (Inside U.S.) 55-247
Text (Outside U.S.) 202-470-5546

The Department of Defense (DoD) Safe Helpline is a 24/7 crisis support service for members of the DoD community affected by sexual assault. Safe Helpline provides live, one-on-one support and information to the worldwide DoD community. The service is confidential, anonymous and secure.

Community Res.

Utah 2-1-1Dial 2-1-1

Looking for help? Utah 2-1-1 will help connect residents of Utah looking to give or receive help to valuable information about health and human services in a simple, confidential, and comprehensive way.

General Resource Information

Weber-Morgan County Resource List
Davis County Resource List


National Resources

National Suicide Hotline

A new 988 telephone number has been designated as the new three-digit dialing code that will route callers to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The Lifeline provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, across the United States.

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 their efforts to help reduce Air Force suicides.


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