Temporary water outage notification
The following facilities will be without water from 4 p.m. to 7 a.m. on the dates listed in order to install additional valves on the water main.
March 24: Buildings 1810,1811,1812,1813,1814,1820,1825,1827 and 1840(FAA); March 25: Buildings 1423,1427,1435 and 1436; March 26: Buildings 1201,1503,1507,1508,1510/1511 Fire service; March 31: Buildings 1721,1722,1723 (fire services in rear),1724,1725,1728(fire service),1727 and 1730; April 2: Buildings 1604 and 1614 (fire service in front of the building).
For further information, contact Joshua Guerra at 781-225-5917.
66th Medical Squadron restructuring
In an effort to enhance the 66th Air Base Group’s medical readiness posture, while still maintaining committed to patient centered healthcare, the 66th Medical Squadron will be realigning provider empanelments. Although this restructure may drive primary care manager change, personnel can expect the same quality care from your patient centered medical home. This restructure will occur in two phases. The first restructuring phase will be completed by Dec. 31 and the second restructuring phase will be completed next summer.
For further information, contact the group practice manager at 781-225-6402 with any questions regarding this realignment.
Interested in submitting a news article?
Public Affairs is always looking for news and information directly related to the Hanscom Air Force Base mission and the men and women assigned here. Typical stories include significant events, program milestones or unique experiences.
Because the Public Affairs Office needs to follow specific style guidelines and formats, and the fact that explaining Hanscom’s complex acquisition mission to a lay audience can be challenging, it’s usually better to work with PA directly on articles.
For further information, contact Public Affairs at 781-225-1685.
The theater opens 30 minutes before first showing. For further information, call 781-377-7940.
School Liaison Program
The Hanscom school liaison is available to coordinate and assist military and Defense Department civilian parents with school-age children with educational opportunities and information necessary to succeed in an academic environment. For further information on the school liaison program or for information on any of the local schools, visit https://www.hanscomfss.com/school-liaison-office.
Weekly sessions take place on most Wednesdays from 8:30 to 11 a.m. for separating and retiring service members to complete the mandatory DD Form 2648, Preseparation Counseling Checklist. The checklist provides critical information about benefits, resources and services for the transition from military to civilian life. By law, this counseling must be provided at least 90 days prior to date of separation or retirement. For further information, call the A&FRC at 781-225-2765.
RAO Volunteers needed
The Hanscom Retiree Activities office located in Building 1305 is looking for volunteers to provide information and assistance to the retiree community. Volunteers will also assist retirees with information concerning retiree benefits. If interested in volunteering, contact the Retiree Activity office at 781-225-1310.
For more information, visit the RAO webpage at http://www.hanscom.af.mil/About-Us/Retiree-Activities-Office/.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
For those experiencing problems in the workplace, help is available. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) offers informal and non-threatening methods of resolving disputes in a confidential, safe and mutually satisfying manner.
The objective of the ADR program is to provide early intervention support and resolve conflicts prior to escalation and disruption in the workplace environment. ADR techniques include mediation, facilitation and conflict management coaching. Mediation is the most frequent technique used for resolution of equal opportunity cases, union grievances, or other workplace disputes. The use of ADR often result in improved communications and workplace relationships, promoting healthier workplace environments through the guidance of a trained neutral.
For more information or to obtain service contact the EO office at 781-225-6397.
Health Risk Assessment
Civilian Health Promotion Services provides free resources to help individuals maintain and improve their health and well-being. Services, which includes free wellness screenings and health education classes, are available to federal civilians at Hanscom AFB. Visit the new website at www.USAFwellness.com for an event calendar, tracking tools and more. CHPS is located in Building 1540, which is next to the base theater.
For more information, call 781-225-6377.