Welcome to the Community Action Team web page. This section contains information on base helping agencies that support military members of all services and Department of Defense civilians.
Vision: Provide comprehensive, effective and accessible needs-based programs and services that cultivate and sustain a resilient Team Hanscom community.
Mission: Support and foster a resilient Total Force community through outreach and prevention, awareness and education, and strength-based methodologies that provide a seamless system of human services programs centered on collaborative partnership and coordinated activities.
Legacy Statement: A team of professionals who listen, inspire and empower community wellness.
There are many child and youth programs available at Hanscom. Click on the links below or call for further information.
Child Development Center (CDC)
Family Child Care (FCC) Program
School Age Program
Child & Youth Behavioral Military Family Life Consultants (CYB-MFLCs) provide support to military children and youth, and to the family members and other adults responsible for their care. Group sessions, educational presentations and individual meetings can be arranged. After-hours and weekend appointments are available.
Civilian Health Promotion Services (CHPS) is a mobile worksite wellness program providing free resources to help individuals maintain and improve their health and well-being. The CHPS program provides programs and services to improve quality of life, reduce risk of preventable health conditions, increase awareness of nutrition and health, and provide opportunities for lifestyle change. CHPS offers an online wellness website portal, wellness screenings (cholesterol, blood sugar, blood pressure, body composition), health education classes, wellness challenges and health awareness campaigns.
All CHPS services are available to federal service civilians and to active duty members at Hanscom AFB.
For more information and current event calendar, please visit www.USAFwellness.com.
Contact: By phone at 781-225-6377 or by email at CHPSsupport@us.af.mil.
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides free confidential counseling on personal and workplace issues to Hanscom's Civilian employees. Help is available 24/7.
Click here to view the Civilian Employee Assistance website. To establish your account, select the “Find My Company | Log In” button on the top right and select Log-In and create an account.
The Airman and Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) offers a variety of programs to support the Total Force. Classes and services are free to all single and married active duty, reserve and guard personnel, DoD civilians, retired military and family members.
Click here to visit the A&FRC page.
The Military Family Life Counselor provides free, short-term, non-medical, solution-oriented counseling on a range of issues. For service members and their families - no records are kept.
Phone: 781-315-7992 and leave first name only for an appointment.
The School Liaison Program coordinates and assists military and DoD civilian parents with school-age children with educational opportunities and information necessary to succeed in an academic environment.
The School Liaison Specialist is now located at the A&FRC and the number is 781-225-1482.
Click here to visit the School Liaison Program page.
The mission of the Safety Office is to protect the 66th Air Base Group and Air Force Life Cycle Management Center personnel and resources through expert management of the 66th Air Base Group Safety Program, that incorporates the commander's ground, flight, system, and weapons safety programs and ensure all mishaps are investigated and reported in accordance with Air Force instructions.
Changes coming to Fitness and Sports Center hours of operation
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Prevention Month
Hispanic Heritage Month celebrated Sept. 15 through Oct. 15
CFC campaign set to begin Sept. 25
Strength, conditioning specialist available for Airmen
Helping agencies to host Health and Wellness Expo
‘Watch Party’ set for family care-focused Spouse and Family Forum May 3
Air Force leadership center makes it easier for civilians to enroll in degree program
April events planned for Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month
Resiliency development sessions planned for leaders, CEOs
Child Development Center earns national accreditation
Upcoming base exercise to evaluate readiness and emergency response
Community leaders inducted as honorary commanders, directors
Women’s History Month events planned
DAF hosts 3rd Virtual Women’s Air and Space Power Symposium