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Kirtland Air Force Base Guide
Programs & Services

Air Force Aid Society | Airman's Attic | American Red Cross | Base Chapel
Base Exchange | Behavioral Health Clinic | Child Development Centers | Commissary
Community Action Information Board | Conference Center | Company Grade Officers
| Club | Credit Unions | Education Center | Equal Employment Opportunity
Counseling Office
| Family Advocacy Program | Family Child Care Program
Airman & Family Readiness Center | Health & Wellness Center (HAWC) | Honor Guard
Kirtland Rising 6 Club | Legal Assistance Program | Library | Lodging (Kirtland Inn)
McDonald's | Medical Clinic | Mini Mall | Motor Vehicle Devision | Officers' Spouses' Club
Pharmacy | Shoppette | Simply Southwest Café | Thrift Shop | Thunderbird Inn
Dining Facility
| Veterinary Clinic | Victim & Witness Assistance Program | Youth Center

Air Force Aid Society
The Air Force Aid Society is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help relieve financial distress of Air Force members and their families in emergency situations, providing assistance through interest-free loans or grants. The Air Force Aid Society officer is the liaison for Army
and Navy Emergency Relief at Kirtland AFB.
Education scholarship and grant information is also available. For more information, contact the Airman and Family Readiness Center at 846-0741. After duty hours, contact through Base Command Post at 846-3777.
Airman's Attic
The Airman’s Attic provides basic household goods at no charge to base enlisted personnel E-4 and below who are in need in setting up their new home. Items may include beds, couches, furniture and kitchen items. The attic accepts donations of
appropriate items for distribution. The attic does not accept clothes, uniforms or toys.
The Airman’s Attic is always in need of donations. Contact your unit first sergeant for more information.
American Red Cross
The American Red Cross provides emergency communication for members of the military and their families, retirees and reservists on active duty. Active duty or Reserve members needing to contact immediate family in the case of a personal emergency can call 877-272-7337 anytime.
Family members of active duty military or Reserve can call 800-951-5600 anytime for personal family emergencies needing to
contact your immediate family.
The Red Cross offers training for military families, including International Humanitarian Law and other programs and services.
Emergency or military family emergency calls are available 24 hours a day at 265-8514. The chapter serves Bernalillo, Sandoval, Torrance, Catron, Valencia and Socorro counties.
Base Chapel
The Kirtland AFB Chapel offers a complete religious program to meet the needs of the Team Kirtland community. We offer several opportunities for Catholic and various styles of Protestant worship along with opportunities for religious ceremonies like baptism, first communion, confirmation, weddings, as well as memorial and funeral services.
The chaplains are actively involved in visitation throughout the base and provide
quality confidential counseling. There are also several programs for Christian education ranging from pre-kindergarten through adult along with groups for youth and singles. If unable to meet your specific religious needs, the chapel has information and will help you to find a local parish, synagogue, mosque or other religious services for your denomination.
For more information on religious services, call the chapel at 846-5691.
Base Exchange

The Base Exchange is in Building 20170 on Gibson Boulevard and it operates a variety of activities on Kirtland AFB. It is on the east side of the base next to the Commissary, just inside the Gibson gate, and offers a great selection of clothing, electronics, house wares, health and beauty aids, cosmetics, linens, luggage, outdoor furniture and garden shop. The BX was completely renovated, which provides for improved one-stop shopping, lighting upgrade and new fixtures. This major improvement project has made shopping more convenient for all authorized patrons.

Visit the AAFES Web page at www.aafes.com and click on military locations for more information or call 262-1703 for in-store information.
Within the BX is a mall complex offering a

flower shop, barbershop, optical shop, beauty shop, GNC and southwest shop along with other roving concessions. The BX is also home to a large food court, featuring Anthony’s Pizza, Robin Hood Deli, a Cinnabon and Seattle’s Best Coffee Shop and Sunset Strips Chicken for great food offerings.
Behavioral Health Clinic
The Life Skills Support Center and Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program are on the first floor of Building 3. LSSC is a full-service outpatient mental health clinic that provides assessment and treatment of psychological problems. Treatment is offered in individual, couple and group formats for problems including anxiety disorders, adjustment disorders, depression, bereavement, sleep difficulties, relationship problems, airsickness, difficulty coping with pain and other medical conditions. An intake interview is required
and individuals may either self-refer or be command-directed.
Many classes and services are available, including Suicide and Violence Awareness and Prevention Training, Anxiety and Stress Management, and Healthy Thinking. ADAPT provides substance abuse prevention presentations and substance abuse treatment.
Free services are available to active-duty members only. For more information on any of these LSSC or ADAPT services, contact LSSC at 846-3305.
Child Development Centers

The Child Development Centers offer full-time care for children of military members, DOD civilians and DOD primary contractors, ages six weeks through kindergarten. The Gibson CDC is centrally located near the corner of Gibson Avenue and Texas Street. The Maxwell CDC is conveniently located centrally in the Maxwell housing area. Both centers are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and offer high quality hands-on curriculum for children. Preschool enrichment classes and hourly care are also available. For more information contact the Gibson CDC at 846-1103 or Maxwell CDC at 853-5521.

The Kirtland AFB Commissary has over 18,000 items stocked daily, serves approximately 60,000 customers a month and averages $3.4 million a month in sales. There are a total of 20 registers; two are express lanes and two registers which make wheel chair access much easier.
We have an Organic section in the produce
department and the Produce and Meat Departments will be happy to process your special orders with 24-hour notice. The Deli and Bakery also offer Special Order services such as special made sandwiches, party trays, finger sandwiches and cakes with edible images for all occasions, with a 24-hour notice. Call 846-4902 for more information.
Community Action Information Board
The Community Action Information Board is an advocate group that considers quality of life, concerns and needs for employees and families at Kirtland AFB.
The CAIB serves as a consultant for commanders and aims to support Air Force readiness through community support. The board includes representatives from the 377th Air Base Wing and major associate organizations.
CAIB subcommittees focus on specific issues affecting the base and include Integrated Delivery System, Transition/Relocation Assistance Coordinating Committee, Volunteer Advisory Council, Teen Forum Initiatives, Health Promotion Worksite Council and Victim Witness Assistance Program.
The Volunteer Advisory Council ensures the Kirtland AFB Volunteer Resource Program coordinates volunteer recruitment and ensures agencies train and recognize their volunteers.
The Integrated Delivery System is a group of helping agencies on the base that collaborate for outreach, marketing and presenting prevention programs for individuals and families. Agencies include the chapel, Airman and Family Readiness Center, Family Advocacy, Health and Wellness Center and child development and youth programs.

The Transition/Relocation Assistance Coordinating Committee works to make Kirtland AFB Transition Assistance and Relocation Assistance programs accessible, effective and responsive to the needs of all DOD employees and their families.
Teen Forum Initiatives meets quarterly to discuss, review and take actions on issues concerning teenagers. Members include 377th Security Forces Squadron, 377th Services Squadron, Airman and Family Readiness Center, 377th Medical Group, the chaplain’s office and the First Sergeants Council.
Health Promotion Worksite Council is made up of representatives from the Air Force Research Laboratory, the Air Force Inspection Agency, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, 377th Services Squadron, 377th Medical Group and 377th Logistics Readiness Squadron. Members consider issues including tobacco cessation, nutrition, fitness, stress management, cancer and cardiovascular disease prevention and substance abuse prevention.
Victim Witness Assistance Program provides victim and witness information, victim rights and benefits advisement, and referral to victims groups or victim assistance programs. Victim Advocate is located in Staff Judge Advocate offices. Call 846-4217.
Conference Center
The Rio Grande Conference Center is in Building 20226, on the corner of F Avenue and Texas Street (across from the Bowling Center and East Fitness Center). The conference center offers a cyber café for
public use of computers. Meeting rooms are available for squadron or organization use. Call 853-1861 for more information or even better — stop by for a tour of the facility.
Company Grade Officers Coucil
The Kirtland AFB Company Grade Officers Council meets regularly for social, service and professional development events.
All lieutenants and captains on Kirtland AFB are welcome to attend. Contact a fellow CGO for more information.

The Mountain View Club on the east side of the base has all ranks dining for all civilian and military base employees. The Mountain View Club offers lunch, dinner, Sunday Brunch, and full-service catering for all types of functions. Sunday Brunch features omelets cooked to order, carved beef, stir fry station and an extensive array of food

for breakfast or lunch. Call 846-5165 for more information.
The Mountain View Club offers full-service catering for private functions and special events, including theme parties, karaoke, Boss and Buddy Night, and holiday buffets on Easter, Mothers Day, and Thanksgiving.
Credit Unions
Kirtland Federal Credit Union is New Mexico’s largest military credit union, proudly serving the military and civilian personnel of Kirtland Air Force Base since 1958. The credit union’s main branch is located near the Gibson gate, at the intersection of Gibson and Louisiana Boulevards. There are several other branches around town, including one on the west side of Kirtland. Kirtland Federal Credit Union has many programs to benefit its military members.
For more information, stop by one of their branches, call 505-254-4369, or visit their Web site today at www.kirtlandfcu.org.
Sandia Area Federal Credit Union is also a full-service financial institution for both military and civilian personnel. The credit union is located at 1850 Wyoming Boulevard on the east side of Kirtland. The office offers full services including drive-up tellers. For more information, call 292-6343 or visit www.sandia.org.
Education Center

A full range of educational opportunities are available to members of Kirtland AFB. On-base academic programs are provided through the Education Center and include classes leading to associate, bachelors and masters degrees.

Eight universities and colleges are located on base, with classes offered during evenings and weekends. Some of the universities and colleges include New Mexico State University, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, University of Phoenix, Southern Illinois University, Wayland Baptist, Webster University, the
College of Santa Fe and the Community College of the Air Force. In addition, Albuquerque is home to the University of New Mexico and Central New Mexico Community College.
Self-development opportunities are available through the Learning Center and materials are also available for check out in support of the college level education-testing program.
For more information on schools and programs, contact the Education Center at 846-8955.
Equal Employment Opportunity Counseling Office
The Equal Employment Opportunity counseling office accomplishes informal and formal counseling and processing activities in response to discrimination complaints filed by Kirtland AFB employees, former employees, and applicants, that involve one or more of the EEOC mandated protected status categories of race, color, sex, national origin, age, handicap (physical and mental) and reprisal.
The ADR/Mediation program is a functional activity that is also located in the EEO complaint Office. Its function is to provide a neutral, which serves as a mediator, who allows parties to voice their concerns in a controlled environment, with a focus on resolving the matter in dispute. Mediation extends to efforts to resolve disputes in other areas as well. Call 846-5369 for more information regarding the EEO complaint or ADR procedures.
Family Adovcacy Program

The Family Advocacy Program promotes family readiness, enhancing the health, welfare and morale for the Air Force family. Programs are free to active duty military and their family members. Service is also available to retirees and their family members on a space available basis.

Programs include maltreatment intervention services, secondary prevention counseling and New Parent Support Program for families with infants up to 36 months. Supportive counseling, self-help groups and referrals to other helping agencies are also available.
Other classes and activities include Moms, Pops and Tots Play Group, Parent Infant Group, Domestic Violence Awareness Class, Kirtland AFB Homeschoolers, New Parent Support Program Classes, Anger Management, Dads 101, Give Parents a Break, Respite Care, Parenting Classes, Stepfamily Classes and more.
Services are free to active duty military and their family members, available to retirees and their family members on a space-available basis, and some programs are available to DOD civilians and contractors on a space-available basis. Contact the Family Advocacy Program for specific class information and times at 846-0139.
Family Child Care Program
If you’re looking for alternative childcare or for a rewarding home-based career, Family Child Care could be the choice for you. FCC providers licensed childcare in government quarters. Services include training in child development, guidance and discipline, CPR, first aid and small business operations. The FCC program conducts orientation for those interested in becoming providers.
For more information, contact the FCC office at 846-1802.

Airman & Family Readiness Center

The Airman and Family Readiness Center located in the Consolidated Support building, Building 20245, offers programs and services to DOD personnel and their families.

Programs offered by the center include information and referral, relocation assistance, career focus, family life education, family readiness, personal financial management and transition assistance.
The Relocation Assistance Program is designed to assist DOD personnel and their families who are relocating, separating or retiring. Services offered include Smooth Move briefings, Welcome to New Mexico Tour, sponsor training, Military Spouse Basic Training, one-on-one relocation assistance and the Standard Installation Topic Exchange Service. The Center also offers a loan closet.
The Career Focus Program is designed to help spouses, military and civilian personnel, and family members find employment. Employment assistance workshops include: job search orientation; resume writing; federal jobs application preparation; and interviewing skills techniques. The resource center has nine computers with Internet access, resume
writing software, federal jobs application software, a fax machine, telephone and typewriter. It also maintains a resource library with job search reference materials, videos on employment, job research catalogs and job listings of local and out-of-state job vacancies.
Family Life Education is designed to help single and married military members and their families adapt to current and future changes in their lives. Services include providing parenting information to single parent families, conducting marriage preparation and enhancement seminars and addressing elder care issues.
The Family Readiness Program supports families of temporarily deployed military personnel for 30 days or more by providing predeployment briefings, deployment support for families, Hearts Apart Morale Call, video link-up, Give Parents A Break, Car Care Because We Care, information and referral and reunion support for members and their families.
The Personal Financial Management Program provides information and resources aimed at financial responsibility and education. Workshops include: investment seminars, Budget 101, Checkbook Maintenance, Thrift Savings Plan, Car Buying, Insurance Basics, Tax Advantages, Retirement Planning, Debt Management, Credit Counseling Services and Home Buying and Selling. The one-on-one financial counseling service analyzes your personal financial status and assists with establishing an individual budget program.
The Transition Assistance Program is designed to assist retiring and separating service members and their families make a smooth transition to the civilian work environment.
Call 846-0741 for more information on the center’s programs.
Health & Wellness Center (HAWC)
The Health and Wellness Center located in building 20228, attached to the East Fitness Center, provides many quality of life programs. Programs are available free to all government employees. Services include fitness evaluation, fitness program development and fitness improvement programs, including TRIFIT Assessments (aerobic fitness, strength, flexibility and body composition analysis); introductory fitness classes (aerobic and strength
training); fitness nutrition (individual and classes); and personal peak performance evaluation and improvement plans.
The HAWC also offers other prevention programs such as cholesterol education and tobacco cessation, which includes education and intervention. All DOD beneficiaries are eligible for nicotine replacement systems with class participation. Call 846-1186 for more information.
Honor Guard

The TEAM KIRTLAND Honor Guard is an elite group of extraordinary Airmen who have dedicated themselves to honoring those who have served our country with honor and dignity.

A history rich with military tradition, professionalism and dedication, the Kirtland Honor Guard members are proud to represent Kirtland AFB and the U.S. Air Force throughout New Mexico.
Are you up for the challenge? See your first sergeant or commander today. Or, if you have any questions, you can contact the Honor Guard at 846-1804.

Kirtland Rising 6 Club
The Kirtland Rising 6 Club is for all E-5 and E-6’s, along with E-5 selectees, assigned to Kirtland AFB. This includes active duty, Guard and Reserve personnel from all branches of the service.
Meetings are the fourth Monday of each month, noon, at the Rio Grande Conference Center. Contact your unit first sergeant for more information.
Legal Assistance Program

The Kirtland Legal Assistance Program offers free legal help to valid military identification card holders, including active duty military members and their immediate family members, retired military members and their immediate family members, widows and dependents of deceased retired military members. All services are free of charge upon proof of eligibility. Limited services are provided to DOD civilian employees and inactive National Guard members upon receipt of deployment orders.

Legal services include wills, living wills, powers of attorney, notary services, general legal advice relating to divorce, separation, child support, consumer problems, landlord/tenant issues, financial problems, adoption, citizenship, tax issues and allotments. The base legal office is located at 377th Air Base Wing Headquarters, building 20604, room B36. Call 846-4217 for more information on legal assistance hours or to schedule an appointment.
The library is available to active duty and retired military personnel, civilian employees and their dependents. The library features a large collection of books, periodicals, audio books, CDs, videos, DVDs and reference materials. Public Internet access, photocopying, word processing, and other services are also offered. Education support is available for both undergraduate and graduate students.
The card catalog is computerized and the friendly and knowledgeable staff is always available to assist. The Summer Reading Program for children is offered during summer months.
Call 505-846-1071 for more information.
Lodging (Kirtland Inn)

The Kirtland Inn manages Lodging facilities on the East and West sides of the installation. Visiting Airmen Quarters, Business Suites, Visiting Officer Quarters and Temporary Living Facilities are all available. Reservations can be made in advance for temporary duty and permanent change of station personnel at anytime. Space Available reservations can normally be made 24 hours in advance for up to three days, space permitting.

There are two front desks; one is on the east side of the base in building 22016 on Club Road and the other is on the west side of the base in building 918. The desks are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call 846-9652 or DSN 246-9652 for more information.

A McDonald’s fast food operation is located on the corner of Gibson and Pennsylvania, just across from the Base Exchange.
Medical Clinic
The 377th Medical Group provides daily operational medical support to the 377th Air Base Wing and over 100 associate organizations. Additionally, the group provides primary health care to patients enrolled in TRICARE Prime and assigned to Kirtland AFB clinic, and temporary duty personnel. The clinic provides primary and specialty care on a space-available basis to other eligible beneficiaries.
The facility works in a spirit of cooperation with the New Mexico Veteran Affairs Health Care System and operates under a program called Joint Venture. To use Joint Venture services, you must be enrolled at the Military Treatment Facility for Primary Care.
To access all medical clinics, including primary care or urgent care appointments, please call 846-3200. Please remain on the line as your call is answered in the priority order it is received. This system is menu driven, so please select the appropriate option from the ones you are given. Life Skills Support Center/ADAPT appointments may be scheduled, cancelled or changed by calling 846-3305. Family Advocacy Program appointments may be scheduled, cancelled or changed by calling 846-0139. Other appointments can be cancelled by calling 846-3200 as soon as possible.
TRICARE is a health care program for members of the uniformed services and their families and survivors, and retirees and their family members. TRICARE brings together the health care resources of each Military Treatment Facility and supplements the MTF with networks of civilian health care professionals to provide better access and high quality service while maintaining the capability to support military operations. TRICARE offers three program options: TRICARE Prime (you must elect to enroll in this option), TRICARE Extra, and TRICARE Standard. For more information on TRICARE, call the local Managed Care Support Contractor, TriWest at 260-2960.
The Dental Clinic is located in a separate building adjacent to the main Medical Facility.. The 377th Dental Squadron is pleased to be able to provide a wide range of routine dental services including comprehensive dentistry, endodontics, periodontics, prosthodontics and oral surgery. For acute dental problems, eligible beneficiaries should call the dental clinic at 846-3027 for an evaluation appointment and determination of treatment requirements. For after-hours, weekend and holiday emergencies, call 846-3200.
Active duty periodic dental exams are scheduled through unit monitors. Family member dental care should be arranged by the sponsor and at the sponsor’s expense through the TRICARE Dental Plan. For TDP information, please call 800-866-8499, or visit the TDP Web site at www.tricaredentalplan.com. Family members enrolled in the TDP should contact their civilian dentist for all dental emergencies.
The 377th Aerospace Medicine Squadron hosts a variety of missions to maintain the health of our military, civilian and contractor population at Kirtland AFB. The squadron consists of Bioenvironmental Engineering, Flight Medicine, Health and Wellness Center, Optometry clinic and Public Health.

Bioenvironmental Engineering is comprises four elements all designed to evaluate exposures throughout Kirtland. Industrial Hygiene assesses over 150 work centers to ensure compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards and conducts design reviews of new construction and remodeling plans to address potential occupational health concerns. Environmental Protection manages and directs bacteriological water sampling, analysis and surveillance throughout the Kirtland Water Distribution System providing potable water for 27,000 beneficiaries. Radiation Safety is responsible for providing dosimetry training for all radiation workers as well as administering and monitoring the laser certification program consisting of over 650 certified Class 3b and 4 lasers. Readiness manages emergency response and ensures its workers are ready for any contingency within Kirtland and surrounding area. For reporting instructions please call 846-4259.
The Flight Medicine clinic provides outstanding medical support to over 20,500 beneficiaries within the tri-service area. To make an appointment call 846-3200, Option 4, then Option 1. If you have any questions or concerns call 846-3713.
The Health and Wellness Center provides wellness programs designed to assist individuals with making healthy lifestyle choices. These consist of Awareness, Education and Intervention programs that directly provide, coordinate, or facilitate activities, classes, and one-to-one assistance. Areas of focus include Tobacco Cessation, Nutrition (weight control, diabetes, body composition improvement) and Air Force Fitness (cycle ergometry, exercise development, post partum fitness, stress management, substance abuse prevention, skin cancer and cardiovascular disease prevention, demand management/self-care). For more information call 846-1186.
The Optometry clinic provides primary vision care to supporting aircrews and Team Kirtland wartime readiness. We provide eye exams and special testing for all active duty, retirees and their dependants. Appointments are booked directly through the clinic at 846-3384.
The Public Health office provides preventative care. Public Health is divided into two elements: Force Health Management and Community Health. Force Health Management assists in all aspects of the occupational health program including personal protective equipment hearing test and hazard communication, assists in special physicals such as initial flying class, oversees 4T medical profiles and acts as the focal point for pre- and post-deployment medical clearance. Community Health oversees the food safety and sanitation of all facilities on Kirtland, conducts medical entomology investigations to ensure areas remain pest-free, assist in all aspects of communicable disease prevention and control. International Travel Medicine assistance is also offered to all active and retired military. If you have any questions concerning Public Health call 846-3461.
Mini Mall
The Mini Mall, next to the Theater in building 20224, offers Military Clothing Sales and a furniture store.
The remodeled Military Clothing Sales provides clothing needs.
The Furniture Store offers ready to assemble furniture and major appliances.
The AAFES employment, recruiting and administrative office is also in this building. Call 266-9887 for more information.
Motor Vehicle Division

The Motor Vehicle Division is in the Consolidated Support building 20245, on the southeast side of the main entrance. It is a full service MVD, except it doesn’t conduct

road tests. Call 846-8390. Voter Registration Forms are available. Driver’s license is required.
Officers' Spouses' Club
The Officers’ Spouses’ Club’s mission is to foster the morale and mutual interest of the members through sponsoring charitable, cultural, social and recreational activities in keeping with the ideals of the U.S. armed forces.
Contact the Mountain View Club for current information on contacting club representatives or through the mail by writing to: KOSC, PO Box 5488, Kirtland AFB, NM 87185-5488. The KOSC Web site address is http://kirtlandosc.com/.

Two pharmacies are available for your convenience. The Main Pharmacy, providing all new and renewed prescriptions, is in the 377th Medical Group, 1501 San Pedro SE, building 47. The Satellite Pharmacy, providing only refill prescriptions service, is

located at building 20167, between the BX and Commissary.
To contact the Main Pharmacy, call 846-3130. The Satellite Pharmacy can be reached by calling 846-4263.
There are two service stations on base. The Car Care Center Shoppette, building 20147, on Gibson Boulevard offers 24-hour unattended fuel service, has a full service mechanic and provides tire changes, batteries, lube and oil changes in the service bay. This location has a large class six store and also offers fountain drinks,
snacks and a video rental operation. Call 265-7301 for more information.
The West Shoppette, building 471, sells gas as well as a variety of convenience items and snacks. A laundry and dry cleaning service are provided at this location. Call 265-7552 for more information.
Simply Southwest Café

The Simply Southwest Café is in building 923, and serves an authentic Southwestern menu on the west side of the base. It is open Monday-Friday for breakfast and lunch. A barbershop is also in this building.

Call 846-7808 for more information.

Thrift Shop
Military and civilian personnel may consign items by showing their base identification card. Anyone who has base access may purchase items without showing an ID. Cash or check may pay for your purchase. Donations are also accepted. The profits
generated from sales go to support the scholarship program for youth and spouses, the Airman’s Attic and other community needs.
Call 853-6927 for more information.
Thunderbird Inn Dining Facily
The Thunderbird Inn, a modern award winning dining facility, features pleasant surroundings and exceptional food. It has recently added a sundae bar for customers. It provides espresso drinks and various
toppings for desert. The 24-hour flight kitchen is also located at the Thunderbird Inn.
Call 846-8050 for the menu line.
Veterinary Clinic

The Veterinary Clinic, located in building 20168, has two veterinarians available to provide routine care, immunizations and outpatient sick-call services for your animals. Radiology and blood analysis are available. Active duty and retired military families are eligible to use these services. For safety purposes, children under the age of 12 are not recommended in the facility.
Call 846-4276 for more information.
Victim & Witness Assistance Program
The Victim and Witness Assistance Program located in building 20604, room B36, offers free services to victims of crimes committed by military members, and to
witnesses who may testify against the offender.
For more information call 846-7740.
Youth Center
The Kirtland AFB Youth Center, at 8001 G Street, building 20234, on the east side of base, provides programs for base dependent youth aged 2-18. The 20,000 square foot facility is comprises a full-size gymnasium, climbing wall, teen room, computer and study room, games room, kitchen and snack bar with seating area, five school-age care classrooms, a
multipurpose instructional classroom, piano room, administrative offices, a school-age playground and a skate and bicycle park. The center offers a variety of programs, including School Age Care, youth sports leagues, and preteen and teen programs.
Call 853-KIDS for more information.

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