The focus and mission of the Comprehensive Airman Fitness program is on maximizing personal strength and to build and sustain a thriving and resilient Air Force community that fosters mental, physical, social and spiritual fitness.

The vision of CAF is to produce high-performing Airmen and families capable of persevering through life's challenges and growing in adversity. CAF also provides tools for leaders to build stronger personnel and families who perform at work, at home, and in the community despite stressors and the challenges of military life.

The page below provides info from all of Holloman's helping agencies that can help make every member of Team Holloman mentally, physically, socially and spiritually stronger.
Comprehensive Fitness

Comprehensive Airman Fitness Program

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Airman & Family Readiness Center

(575) 572-7754

The Holloman Air Force Base Airman and Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) serves as a focal point for personal readiness and provides core functions such as information, referral, counseling, financial management, and relocation assistance. Follow-up; coordination and consultation with other base and civilian agencies; assistance for base leadership to meet personal and family needs; and life education and skills programs. It is professionally staffed to provide several baseline programs which can be downloaded here. Bldg. 647 | Ph 575-572-7754

Hours of Operations:
Mon-Fri | 7:30am-4:30pm
Sat&Sun | Closed

For more information on the A&FRC, click here.


(575) 572-5764

Located in Building 17
Services for Active Duty include:
  • Evaluations
  • Education & Prevention Briefing
  • Treatment for Alcohol/Drugs and Gambling
  • Support Air Force Responsible Drinking Programs
ADAPT Does NOT treat Dependents or Retirees (VA)
Contractors can only be seen once for evaluation, no treatment

Mental Health

(575) 572-5764

Mental Health
200 First St., Bldg. 17
Holloman AFB, NM 88330

Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
For after-hour emergencies, please contact 911 or the Command Post at 572-7575.

Services offered through the 49th Medical Group Mental Health Clinic:
  • Mental health treatment (Active Duty Only)
  • Substance abuse prevention, assessment, and treatment (AD only)
  • Domestic violence and child abuse/neglect prevention and intervention (AD and Civilian)
  • Prevention classes and groups (AD and Civilian)

Family Advocacy

(575) 572-7061

"Offering free and professional services for the prevention of Domestic
Violence to active duty military and their families"

The Holloman Family Advocacy Team is responsible for programs such as: Family Outreach Program, NewParent Support Program (NPSP), and the Malteatment Program. 

Services offered include: Anger Management Classes, Stress Management Classes, Relationship Enhancement Classes, OB Orientation, Couple Counseling, Home visitation for expecting parents, Family Violence reporting, Parenting Classes.

"Strong Families Make a Strong Air Force"

Sexual Assault Response Program

(575) 572-1444

Holloman Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office
SARC Report-Line: 575-572-6789

Promoting a base-wide wingman culture to reduce sexual assault risks, introduce meaningful prevention activities, and facilitate and coordinate compassionate response to sexual assault survivors and their family members in the Holloman AFB community.

How to Report a Sexual Assault
1. Call the SARC reporting line at any time (24/7). You will reach the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) during duty hours. After duty hours the phone may be answered by an authorized Victim Advocate: 575-572-6789

2. If you are not in the local area or are looking for Department of Defense (DoD) or civilian sexual assault prevention and response resources you can use the 24/7 DoD Safe Helpline. Users have three ways to access their services - "click, call or text" for confidential support.

- Click - Logging on to www.SafeHelpline.org for live, one-on-one confidential help with a trained professional.

- Call - Calling the hotline at 1-877-995-5247 allows users to speak with a trained staff member for personalized advice and support to military and/or civilian resources.

- Text - Texting a location or zip code to 55-247 in the US and 202-470-5546 outside the US allows users to receive contact information for the SARC, medical, legal, spiritual and military police personnel at their installation or base.

3. If you or someone you know has been sexually assault and you need assistance, please follow these guidelines:
. It is recommend you do not change clothes, but if you feel you must, bring soiled clothing in a paper bag--not plastic
. Do not eat or drink anything
. Do not shower, brush your teeth or use mouthwash
. Do not take or apply any type of medication to any injuries
. Do not use the bathroom, but if you must, bring urine for testing in a plastic or glass container
. Do not disturb or clean up the crime scene

4. In the Alamogordo area, please call the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) at 575-430-9485 or go directly to Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center's Emergency Room, 2669 Scenic Drive, Alamogordo NM for a for Sexual Assault Exam. SANE Nurse will call a Holloman AFB, Victim Advocate for you. In the Las Cruces area please call La Pinon Rape Crises Center at 1-888-595-7273. In the El Paso, TX area, please call STARS at 915-779-1800.

For more information on the Holloman SAPR program, or to see a list of useful SAPR links, please click here.

Health and Wellness

(575) 572-5785

Services from the HAWC are offered to Active Duty, Active Duty Dependents, Retirees and Retiree Dependents.

· Individual nutrition appointments
· Cholesterol Management classes
· Diabetes Management classes
· Prenatal Nutrition classes
· Better Body. Better Life. weight management classes

· Ultimate Fitness class
· Gait Analysis
· Body Fat Analysis (BOD POD)
· Fitness Plans

· Tobacco Cessation classes

Call the HAWC to register for a class at (575) 572-5785.

Traumatic Stress Response

(575) 572-5676

The Traumatic Stress Response team, formerly known as the Critical Incident Stress Management team, is a group of representatives from the Mental health, the Airman and Family Readiness Center and the Base Chapel that helps prepare people for what they may face before dealing with a traumatic event, such as the aftermath of an airplane crash, clean up of a natural disaster site, death of a service member, death of a family member or coping with what they've witnessed after the fact. TSR team also provides Pre-Exposure Preparation training to enhance resilience in individuals and groups who are or may be exposed to potentially.

After a traumatic experience, a number of physical and/or mental changes may occur; for example, a person's sleep, thoughts, social interactions and concentration may be interrupted by intrusive thoughts of the trauma or event experienced. These changes are normal reactions to abnormal events. Individuals exposed to a traumatic events are given information about what they are experiencing and validate what they are feeling and if they are having difficulty then point them in the right direction of the helping professional.

Part of the TSR team's role is to educate individuals about these potential reactions to trauma, perform psychological first aid and guide those impacted by an event to return to pre-event functioning; in other words, we foster resilience.

The TSR team advises commanders and counsels Airmen after a traumatic event happens. The commanders are informed about the services and ways the TSR team is able to help those involved cope with what has occurred. It can range from a lack of feeling, to shock, anger, or sorrow. The TSR team provides education on the human nervous system (fight or flight response), stress management, and unit and personal resilience.

Equal Opportunity

(575) 572-3032

The Holloman Air Force Base Equal Opportunity office's mission is to deliver world-class Equal Opportunity and Human Relations services through balanced Equal Opportunity compliance, Human Relations Education, Organizational Climate Assessments, Alternative Dispute Resolution and Affirmative Employment to attract and propagate a diverse corporate culture that enables the total force the opportunity to attain the highest levels of achievement commensurate with individual talent and performance.

For more information on the Equal Opportunity office, click here.

Military & Family Life Consultants

(575) 572-7754

This program augments existing military support services by offering short term, situational, problem-solving counseling services to military members and their families. These services can also help with understanding the impact of stress, deployments, and family reunions. Services can be provided to individuals, couples, families and groups.


(575) 572-7211

The mission of the Holloman Air Force Base Chapel is to provide for the free exercise of religion to the Holloman community.

How do I make an appointment with a Chaplain? - Call the Chapel at (575) 572-7211, there is a Chaplain on duty 24 hours a day. If you are calling after duty hours call the Command Post at (575) 572-7575 and ask for the duty Chaplain. When you meet with an Air Force Chaplain for personal counseling your conversation with the chaplain will be kept 100% confidential. The chaplain will not disclose this information to supervisors, commanders, or anyone else without your written authorization.

The chapel is here to support the religious needs of Airmen, Civilian personnel and their family members. If we don't provide opportunities for your faith group, please feel free to contact us. We will connect you with someone of your faith group, or do our best to accommodate your need.

For more information on the Chapel or the services they provide, click here.

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