Resilience is the ability to adapt well to adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats or even significant sources of stress according to the American Psychological Association.  No career puts more of a demand on that ability than military life – not just for those who wear a uniform but also for their family members and civilians who work alongside them.  This website is dedicated to helping our Airmen and Guardians and their families thrive by enhancing personal well-being, optimizing human performance, and promoting a culture of dignity and respect for all.


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Family Suicide Prevention Training

This educational program uses a fictional story to help viewers recognize warning signs of distress. It also provides training to help viewers understand different options for intervening, along with available resources, and helps viewers appreciate the importance of being proactive and developing strong protective factors.
Click here for the video training. (Link may not open on computers linked to government networks.)



Being able to recognize an invisible wound could save a life. This video introduces the signs of invisible wounds that an Airman may see in others and the symptoms they may see in themselves.
Faith and family helped Jennifer Faulkner find joy again after losing her Airman husband and father of her two children to suicide. (USAF video by Joseph Givens.)
How do you care? Giving your time and attention to truly listen to family members, friends and teammates is one of the best ways to show how much you care.
Everyone feels stress. Sometimes, though, even everyday challenges may seem overwhelming. But you are not alone. Airment and Guardians are surrounded by people who care, and there is always someone who wants to listen.

COVID-19 Resources

Click the picture below for resources and suggestions to help Airmen and Guardians, and their families, during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Small Group Discussion Guide

Airmen and Guardians tell us they want more time to connect and foster relationships with their leadership and colleagues. Here you'll find guidance and helpful tips for continuing to foster connectedness across all ranks and levels in the Department of the Air Force. 


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SOAR Keeps AFTC Teens' Mental Health at the Forefront

EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. --  Air Force Test Center’s Christeen Greenwell, Tech. Sgt. Janna Ybarra, and Ariel Eishen came together to create the Support Outreach Action Resilience (SOAR) Program, for teens at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., to encourage social interaction and create a peer-to-peer support system with the goal of suicide prevention.  Continue reading...

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Please note our office does not provide crisis services. If you or someone you know is in crisis or has an emergency, please call 911, or contact the Military/Veteran Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255.  Additional resources:  Military One Source 1-800-342-9647 or for sexual assault, the DoD Safe Helpline 1-877-995-5247.

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