Hours of Operation Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
Walk-in Hours 7:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
For after hour emergencies, please contact Ambulance Services at (701) 723-5633.
Other services offered through the 5th Medical Group Mental Health Clinic:
Mental health treatment (Active Duty and some AD spouses)
Substance abuse prevention, assessment, and treatment (Active Duty only)
Domestic violence and child abuse/neglect prevention and intervention (Active Duty & Civilian)
Prevention classes and groups (Active Duty and Civilian)
For Civilian Services - Referrals for dependents can be submitted by the
Primary Care Manager
St. Joseph's 407 3rd Street
Minot, ND 58702-5020.
Inpatient Psych/CDU/Rehabilitation Acute Care 701-857-2813
North Central Human Services:
1015 South Broadway Suite 18
Minot, ND 58701
Phone: (701) 857-8500 Crisis Line: (701) 857-8500 or
Toll Free Crisis Line: (888) 470-6968 TTY: (701) 857-8666 Fax: (701) 857-8555 email@example.com
Located on the 1st Floor
194 Missile Ave.
MAFB, ND 723-5096
Increasing the well-being of individuals and families by preventing maltreatment through prevention, education, therapeutic intervetion and support.
The Family Advocacy Outreach Manager trains key personnel and agency staff on the dynamics of family violence. We also provide primary and secondary prevention and implement activities that target the total community. Outreach also involves integration and collaboration of services with schools, chapels, command, and agencies such as the Airman and Family Readiness Center. We offer:
Awareness: Pre and Post Deployment Briefings
Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention
Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October Dating Violence Awareness Month in February Child Abuse Prevention Month in April Parents and Tots Playgroup Mothers' Group
New Parent Support Program This voluntary program is a free service designed to help expectant new parents meet their challenging and changing roles as a mother, father, and family. The program offers free books, parenting classes, home visits, education, support, and information. Program services can begin at any time during the pregnancy or after delivery, and continue as needed until the child is three years of age.
Family Maltreatment Program The purpose of the program is to identify, evaluate, and provide therapeutic treatment for individuals and families in abusive situations. We offer...
Assessment and Referral
Strength Based Therapy
WHAT IS FAMILY MALTREATMENT? Family maltreatment is a pattern of emotional, verbal, physical, and or sexual abuse of a spouse or child with the intent to intimidate, coerce, control, or harm a family member. It also means demeaning a spouse or child through repeated insults or other negative remarks, or depriving or neglecting basic needs. It can mean undermining a family member's confidence and self-worth or instilling fear and compliance. Anyone can commit family violence-it crosses all ranks. Substance abuse, stressors at work or home, and personal daily life issues can contribute to this problem. Many experts agree that especially in spouse abuse, violence is often linked to issues of power and control.
BREAKING THE CYCLE-WHAT CAN YOU DO? In some families, violence can become a cycle that reoccurs over time in each generation. The pattern does not have to continue. Family Advocacy program counseling services can help. But the first goal of Family Advocacy is prevention to equip you with the skills to strengthen family relationships and avoid family violence. Showing respect for yourself and others is an important step toward a successful Air Force and a healthy family.
Domestic Violence Reporting Options:
Confidential report made to a victim advocate, FAP, or health care provider
Command WILL NOT be notified unless the victim's abuser is PRP
Victim has control over the information and can have emotional and medical needs met without disclosing information Receive services through FAP or the victim advocate voluntarily
Must be eligible to be seen in MTF and willing to establish a safety plan
After duty hours, call the Command Post at: (701) 723-3101
Hours of Operation Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Airman and Family Readiness Center serves as a one-stop information and referral center for single, married, active-duty, Guard, Reserves and retired members as well as their families. One of its major functions is linkage--ensuring military personnel and their families are connected with the appropriate services on and off base.
Call the Center for assistance anytime you have a question and do not know where to find the answer.
(701) 723-5633 - Appointments (701) 723-5633 - After Hours Care
Services are Offered for Active Duty, Dependents, Retirees, Guard, and Reserve.
Work and School
· School/Sports physicals provided for dependents and beneficiaries
· Wellness exams performed
· Members referred to nutritional medicine referrals/referrals to HAWC classes
· Referral to airman readiness center/MHC/military one source
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Need for Medication
· Medications prescribed and filled
Behavioral Health Optimization Program (BHOP)
· BHOP is a part of your comprehensive health care benefit.
· The BHOP consultant is a psychologist or a social worker especially trained to work as a member of the primary care team.
· BHOP offers help when stress, worry, or emotional concerns about physical or other life problems that interfere with daily life.
Leadership Pathways is a program comprised of several base helping agencies that have come together to help the Team Minot community recieve more specialized training in the areas that affect many Airmen and their families every day. They have arranged class schedules, matched teaching curriculums and have made it easier to access to their services. To see a listing of the classes they have to offer please click the image above:
***ATTENTION PARTICIPANTS: base leadership has agreed to compensate Airmen who accumulate 20 hours of class attendance, with a day off from work, which can be coordinated with supervisors.
Comprehensive Airman Fitness Program
ACC Comprehensive Airman Fitness Program
A variety of valuable and effective resources are offered on the Comprehensive Airman Fitness Program website:
MAFB Chaplain: 723-2456 (7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.)
For after-duty hours or during the weekend call Command Post at 723-3101 and ask for the duty Chaplain.
The Air Force Chaplain Corps provides spiritual care and the opportunity for Airmen, their families, and other authorized personnel to exercise their constitutional right to the free exercise of religion. This is accomplished through religious observances, providing pastoral care, and advising leadership on spiritual, ethical, moral, morale, core values, and religious accommodation issues.
Chaplain Corps personnel conduct needs assessment based upon the commander's mission requirements in order to plan and execute religious programs. Chaplain Service members remain responsible for pursuing alternative means for accommodation.
The privilege of total confidentiality in communications with a chaplain is an essential component of the chaplain's ministry. Privileged communication is protected communication.
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