Help Lines

United Healthcare Crisis Care Line (877) 988-9378
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline | (800) 273-8255
National Suicide Hotline | (800) 784-2433
Military OneSource | (800) 342-9647
Defense Centers of Excellence Outreach | (866) 966-1020

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response

DoD Safe Helpline

Meet the Ellsworth SAPR Team

Click here to e-mail the Ellsworth SARC

What is the definition of Sexual Assault?
You can find the definition of Sexual Assault by visiting the Air Force SAPR website by clicking here.

For more information about sexual assualt, Ellsworth's Sexual Assault Response Coordinator program, or to report an incident of sexual assault, contact the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office at (605) 385-7272.

Who is eligible for SAPR assistance?
All service member, their dependents 18 and older and Air Force civilian (appropriated and non-appropriated) employees.

Helpful Website Resources

Military One Source 
     Military OneSource offers three kinds of short-term, non-medical counseling options to active-duty and their families--face-to-face, telephone, and online. Military OneSource counseling services are designed to provide help with short-term issues such as adjustment to situational stressors, stress management, decision making, communication, grief, blended-family issues, and parenting-skills issues. Each eligible service member or family member may receive up to 12 sessions, per issue, per counselor at no cost.

Health.mil
     Wellness resources for the military community; Outreach Center; Resources for Stress, Families & Relationships, Anxiety, Depression; Videos, Forums; Workshops

Woundedwarrior.af.mil
     The Invisible Wounds Initiative (IWI) was created by Air Force senior leadership to successfully support Airmen and their families coping with Invisible Wounds (IW) by developing an expected environment of understanding, trust, and open discourse among Airmen, their families, their peers, and their Leadership. The goal is to eliminate real and perceived structural, social, internal, and external barriers to care and treat Airmen with dignity throughout the recovery process.


Comprehensive Airman Fitness

Air Combat Command, under its enduring goal and key priority to develop and care for Airmen and their families, has embraced a continued approach that empowers Airmen to create balance and allows them to thrive in their professional and personal lives. The four key pillars of Comprehensive Airman Fitness are: physical, social, mental and spiritual. This holistic approach focuses on developing positive behaviors that equip and enable Airmen to make smarter, safer choices.
MENTAL
     Approaching life's challenges in a positive way by demonstrating self-control, stamina and good character with choices and actions; seeking help and offering help.
PHYSICAL
     Performing and excelling in physical activities that require aerobic fitness, endurance, strength, flexibility and body composition derived through exercise, nutrition and training.
SOCIAL
     Developing and maintaining trusted, valued friendships that are personally fulfilling and foster good communication, including exchange of ideas, views and experiences.
SPIRITUAL
     Strengthening a set of beliefs, principles or values that sustain an individual's sense of well-being and purpose. Spiritual fitness is about having a sense of purpose and meaning in your life. It's essential to an individual's resiliency as esprit de corps is vial to a unit's mission accomplishment. It includes but not limited to worldviews, religious faith, sense of purpose, sense of connectedness, values, ethics and morals.

     For more information on this valuable program, please visit ACC's Comprehensive Airman Fitness webpage by clicking here.

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