CAF Objectives

· To have an information and referral system
· To assess behavioral risk factors for 20th Fighter Wing military members and their families
· To deliver prevention services targeted to a wide range of individuals and groups within Air Force communities including: active duty, guard, and reserve members and their families, civilian employees, DOD employees, retirees and their families
· To promote collaborative marketing of CAF educational and prevention services

Scope of Responsibility

Coordination:
Offer seamless delivery system that provides services and promotes knowledge of available programs to enhance personal and family quality of life.

Education:
Provide information and prevention programs based on expressed community needs.

Assessment:
Assess community needs through surveys and evaluations. Identify unmet needs and use a team approach to find and implement solutions.

Marketing:
Maximize the use of media and technological information systems to promote prevention programs. Implement and maintain a community calendar of events listing workshops offered by member agencies.

Crisis Intervention:
Interface with other local community agencies to provide optimal care for the Shaw AFB community including counseling, education, and emergency intervention.

Airman and Family Readiness

The Shaw AFB Airman and Family Readiness Center is located at 524 Stuart Ave, Building 1127

For services and programming offered by the A&FRC, call (803) 895-1252
Fax: (803) 895-4748

For emergencies after duty hours, phone the 20th Fighter Wing Command Post at (803) 895-5850.

20th Fighter Wing Chapel

To see a 20th Fighter Wing Chapel chaplain during duty hours call (803) 895-1106; after duty hours, weekends, or holidays call command post at (803) 895-5850 and ask for the duty chaplain.

Contact the chapel through email at 20fw.hc3@shaw.af.mil

Health Promotions

Health Promotions is a member of the Shaw Prevention Team and partners with Family Support, Family Advocacy, Family Member's Program Flight, the Chaplain, and Mental Health in providing programs to meet the needs of our Shaw AFB community.

For additional information, call (803) 895-1216, 1217.

Health Promotions is located in Building 901. Hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Equal Opportunity

Contact Equal Opportunity to report unlawful discrimination or sexual harassment for both military and civilians based on Race, Color, National Orgin, Sex, Religion. Additionally for civilians, only discrimination based on Age (40+) and Disability (mental or physical,) genetic information, pregnancy, equal pay and repisal.

Services are offered to military, civilian, retirees, dependents and job applicants.

To contact the EO office, call (803) 895-1265 or email 20FWMEOStaffing@us.af.mil

The EO office is located in Building 1122.

Child and Youth Programs

Offers programs for children of all ages through the Family Child Care program, Child Development Center, and Youth Programs including teens and tweens.

For more information, call (803) 895-2251

School Liaison Officer

The school liaison officer can help:
  • Advocate for a child
  • As an intermediary to resolve issues
  • Provide guidance on South Carolina educational requirements
  • Provide guidance on district polocies
  • Make permant change of station moves smooth when moving with school-aged children
  • Discover educational options
  • Find educational resources
  • Provide guidance on the Interstate Compact
For more information or to speak with the school liaison officer, call (803) 895-1358. Office is located in Building 1118, Room 2159

Four Pillars of Fitness

Four Pillars of CAF

Sexual Assault Response Program

The Sexual Assault Response coordinator office is located in Building 1118, Room 1031

To contact the office, call (803) 895-1928; DSN 965-1928

24/7 SARC Hotline: (803) 895-SARC (7272)

Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate

The advocate provides 24-hour availability and services to adult victims of domestic violence. Offers restricted and unrestricted reports.

For more information, call Lillian Hadley-Small at (803)-895-6279 or the 24 hour support line at (803)-306-7558.

The DAVA office is located in building 1048.

ADAPT

The Alcohol and Drug Prevention and Treatment program is for Active Duty service members and provides services to include:
  • Promoting healthy lifestyles
  • Maintaining Air Force standards
  • Encourages responsible behavior
  • Minimizes negative consequences to the individual/family/Air Force
ADAPT does not treat family members, retirees or contractors. General Schedule and non-appropriated funds employees may be seen for an initial ADAPT evaluation if they screen positive for drugs, or have an on-base or on-duty substance-related misconduct or incident.

For more information, call (803) 895-6199. Office is located in Building 1048

Mental Health

The Mental Health Clinic, Building 1048, provides outpatient psychotherapeutic services for groups and individuals, marital therapy, parenting skills, stress management and substance abuse counseling. 

For information, call (803) 895-6199.
For information from Family Advocacy, call (803) 895-6201

Family Advocacy

The Shaw family advocacy office offers programs such as:
  • New parent support nurse
  • Family education
  • Childbirth education
  • Pre/Postnatal yoga
  • Newborn care class
  • Family outreach program
  • Maltreatment and abuse assessment and treatment
  • Anger management class
  • Couples communication class
  • Dads 101
  • Marriage and family counseling
For more information, call (803) 895-6201. Office is located in Building 1048

American Red Cross Shaw office

The mission of the Red Cross to the Armed Forces is to provide humanitarian support to service members, veterans and their families around the clock, around the globe, under the same trusted symbol.

Contact the Shaw Red Cross office at, (803) 895-1251, or Military Emergency at (877) 272-7337.  The office is located in Building 1118.

Military Family Life Consultants

Military family life consultants provide short-term, situational, problem solving counseling.
MFLC's are available to assist service members, spouses, family members, and eligible children.

For Adult MFLC's, call (803) 465-7291, Building 1127
Child and Youth MFLC's, call (803) 465-7268, Building 2444