Psychological Health

The 139th Airlift Wing's Director of Psychological Health advocates and supports Airmen and their families by promoting mental fitness and personal wellness for operational readiness. Services provided include: Assessment, referrals, coordination of clinical services, resiliency education and short term solution focused lite skills education.

Military One Source -  800-342-9647 – Provides resources on education, relationship counseling, non-medical counseling, family and relationship support, PCS and military moves and financial/legal assistance.

Military/Veterans Crisis Line - 1-800-273-8255 press 1. Text to 838255 or confidential chat at   

AFAS -  – Provides emergency assistance to Air Force and Space Force families when unexpected financial emergencies arise with no-interest loans and grants.

Air Force Family-Resources -  Website that informs Air Force family members of services provided by national and local organizations.

Employment Resources – Air Force Personnel Center  800-342-9647 Employment resources for Air Force Personnel and their families.

Resources – Department of Defense  Provides information on Tri-Care, VA and has a National Resource Directory (database of validated resources) that support recovery and rehabilitation.

PTSD Coach – VA app that allows self-management of Post-Traumatic Stress.

Covid Coach – VA app that allows self-management of stress and mood

Resiliency Contacts

Military & Family Readiness Program Manager
Resiliency Center: 816-236-3939
Office: 816-236-3511
Cell: 816-390-2777 (emergency only) ‚Äč
Monday-Friday, 8 am-4 pm


Director of Psychological Health
Office: 816-236-3356
Cell: 816-244-3032

Military & Family Life Counselor
Office: 816-236-3199
Cell: 816-722-0342

Personal Financial Counselor
Office: 816-236-3939

Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC)

SAPR Victim Advocate
Office: 816-236-3677
Cell: 816-344-4744

SAPR Hotline

Yellow Ribbon Support Specialist
Office: 816-236-3064
Cell: 816-387-3587