JBER Connect Resources
At Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, numerous agencies within the community collaborate to ensure resources and services are available to promote safety, health and well-being, personnel preparedness and family adaptation for service members, their families and DoD employees. The table below contains links with contact information for numerous JBER helping agencies that are standing at the ready to provide a wide-range of support services to the JBER community.
Behavioral Health Clinic
Employee Assistance Program - ASAP Prevention
Mental Health Clinic
Military & Family Life Counselor (MFLC)
American Red Cross
Behavioral Health Clinic
Employee Assistance Program - ASAP Prevention
FSS Outdoor Recreation
Mental Health Clinic
Military & Family Life Counselor (MFLC)
Military Family Readiness Centers (MFRC)
Location: 5955 Zeamer Avenue JBER 99506 (Local Office) Room number 2B-108
Phone: For emergency communications (877) 272-7337. In Alaska (907) 552-5253 (office), (907) 444-7084 (cell).
Services Provided: "The American Red Cross...around the clock...around the world-helping military families."
· Emergency communication
· Access to financial assistance for emergency leave, and other special circumstances on a case by case basis
· Information and referral
· Volunteer opportunities – JBER hospital, VA, briefings and local events
· Resiliency workshops – mind and body, coping with deployment and reconnection for adults and children
· Health and safety classes- CPR, babysitting course
· Military Veteran Caregiver Network
· Youth Action Campaign – empowering youth ages 13-24 to learn about international humanitarian law
· Restoring Family links – reconnecting those family separated by war, armed conflicts or natural disasters
· Website available at https://www.redcross.org/local/alaska.html
Armed Services YMCA of Alaska (JBER-E)
Location: 10449 Luke Ave
Phone: (907) 552-9622
Services provided: "The Armed Services YMCA enhances the lives of military members and their families in spirit, mind, and body through programs relevant to the unique challenges of military life."
· Children’s Waiting Room
· Food Pantries
· Y on Wheels Shuttle
· ASYMCA Bargain Shops
· Family Strengthening Programs and Events
· Combat Fishing Tournament
· Salute to the Military
· Kid Comfort
· Guardian Angel Program (emergency financial assistance program)
· Holiday Morale Support
· Airport Military Courtesy Lounges
· Website available at: www.asymca.org/alaska
Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) - Prevention
Location: Building 1108, Fawn Street, (Behind NCO Academy) JBER- R
Phone: (907) 384-1412, (907) 384-1417, (907) 384-7369, (907) 384-0863
Services Provided: Administer the Army Biochemical Testing Program in accordance with AR 600-85. Provides alcohol and drug prevention education through Unit Prevention Leader training (UPL), military and civilian education classes, awareness events and intense remedial education (Prime for Life). Provides certified Employee Assistance Program Coordinator.
Risk Reduction Program. The RRP provides an efficient way for Army Commanders to identify and address high risk behaviors such as (substance abuse, suicides, family abuse, AWOL, crimes against property, crimes against persons, DUIs, accidents class C & D, and financial indebtedness). The RRP tracks monthly, quarterly, and annual trends by command then reports those trends to Commanders along with assisting them in optimizing local existing resources to mitigate adverse behavior by their Soldiers and/or family members.
Behavioral Health Clinic (Army): Soldier Centered Medical Home (JBER-R)
Location: 786 D St JBER 99505
Phone: (907) 384-0405
Services provided: "Behavioral Health services for issues such as: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Anger, Stress, Interpersonal Relationships, and Marriage (Active duty Army only)"
· Individual therapy
· Marital counseling
· Active Duty Anger management group
· Active Duty Sleep Management
Chapel: JBER Religious Operations Center (JROC)
The Joint Base Chapel’s mission is to deliver comprehensive, innovative spiritual care and develop spiritually fit combat-ready warriors and families in support of global operations. The Chapel is dedicated to providing world class ministry to our service members and their families and strives to meet the needs of all service members by providing worship services, baptisms, weddings, retreats, religious education, memorial services, unit engagement, and service member care events. If we cannot provide for your religious needs, we stand ready to help you find an off installation community or group that can. For more information about religious services and programs, call (907) 552-5762 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chaplain Corps is the only helping agency with 100% absolute confidentiality. All counseling sessions are considered privileged communication and Chaplain Corps members cannot release the details of any conversation without your written permission. No exceptions.
Chaplains provide pastoral counseling for a wide variety of issues, such as quality of life matters, financial problems, sexual harassment, discrimination, stress, post-combat stress, marital problems, conflict resolution, grief, substance abuse, depression, and suicidal thoughts. Crisis pastoral counseling services are available 24/7. To set up a counseling appointment during duty hours, please call (907) 552-5762. Walk-in appointments are also available. After duty hours (1630-0730) please call the Command Post (907) 552-3000 and ask to be connected to the duty chaplain.
JBER Religious Operations Center (JROC)
Bldg 4984 Zuckert Ave
JBER-Elmendorf (behind the hospital)
Arctic Warrior Chapel
Bldg 3 Headquarters Loop
Midnight Sun Chapel
Bldg 7137 Fighter Dr
Bldg 9431 Luke Ave
Chaplain Family Life Center (CFLC)
(Army Family Life Chaplain)
Bldg 714 First St (old bank)
Child Development Centers (CDCs & pre-schools) Denali, Katmai, Sitka, Talkeetna and Kodiak
Location: CDCs are located on JBER-E and JBER-R
Phone: Enrollment through Central Registration 907 384-7483
· Full time and part day care
· Enrichment Programs
· Resource and Referral Program through Central Registration
· Give Parents a Break-after hours and weekend care through referrals
· Child Care Program for Volunteers at Family Child Care Homes
· Special needs training
· Family Child Care in Home 552-4664
Club Beyond - Military Community Youth Ministries
Location: Midnight Sun Chapel (Bldg 7137 Fighter Drive, JBER-Elmendorf)
Services Provided: Club Beyond at JBER is a community-focused, ecumenical Christian ministry designed for military teens. Staff and adult volunteer leaders offer teens a place to belong where they can explore issues of life and faith in a safe, fun and exciting atmosphere. Middle and high school students are invited to participate in weekly Clubs, Bible studies, special events, trips, service projects and leadership/volunteer opportunities.
As a non-federal entity, Club Beyond works in cooperation with commands and chapels through an MOU/IAA with the 673d Air Base Wing. Club Beyond is a recognized Non-Federal Entity. It is not part of the Department of Defense or any of its components and has no governmental status.
Club Beyond is staffed in partnership with Young Life.
High School – Tuesdays from 1919 - 2030
Middle school – Thursdays from 1919-2030
Community Support Coordinator (CSC)
Location: 8517 20th Street, Ste 108, JBER AK 99506
Phone: (907) 552-0644 or (907) 552-3764
The CSC serves as the focal point for installation resilience programs and as an integrator for multiple installation support and helping agencies. The CSC is the primary point of contact for JBER’s Community Action Team (CAT), Community Action Board (CAB) and Community Action Council (CAC).
· Comprehensive Airman Fitness
· Manages, trains and tracks Air Force Master Resilience Trainers (MRTs)
· Manages, trains and tracks Air Force Resilience Training Assistants (RTAs)
· Liaises with the JBER Violence Prevention Integrator (VPI) on Air Force prevention efforts
· Liaises with the USARAK Community Readiness & Resiliency Integrator (CR2I) on Army prevention efforts
AF Resilience Website: https://www.resilience.af.mil
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)
Location: 8517 20th St, JBER AK 99506 (People Center)
Phone: (907) 552-8840
Location: 600 Richardson Drive JBER AK 99505
Phone: (907) 384-0225 (Advocacy, Program Coordinator/Manager)
Medical - Air Force
Location: 5955 Zeamer Avenue JBER AK 99506 (Located to the left of the AAFES Shoppette in the Hospital-RM 1G107)
Phone: (907) 580-4609
Services Provided: "To provide appropriate services and support to families with special needs"
· Assistance in navigating resources on base and the Anchorage community
· Recreation opportunities for EFMP members
· Respite Care
· Relocation information
· Referral for financial help
· Lending Library of materials for disabilities and special needs
· Parent Support Groups and Educational Workshops
· Special assignment consideration
· Assistance with AF EFMP reassignment
· Special medical or educational help
· Case Management
· Command Sponsorships
· AF Form 1466/DA Form 5888 Dependent Relocation Clearances
Location: Building 1108, Fawn Street, (Behind NCO Academy) Room 5B, on JBER- R
Phone: (907) 384-0863 (in person services on JBER)
Available 24/7 at (866) 580-9078 or www.afpc.af.mil/eap
EAP services are provided to:
DOD civilians, their family members (over 18), military dependents (over 18), and retirees and their family members (over 18).
Problems addressed by the EAP:
Alcohol and drug abuse (about 40% of clients), health related problems, marital, emotional, behavioral, financial, and other personal problems.
It is highly encouraged for the client to self-refer. Self-referred clients tend to recognize there is a problem and are proactive in their own treatment/problem solving (about 60% are self-referrals). The rest of the clients are referred by supervisors, family members, unions, etc.
EAP provides: (No cost) confidential problem identification and assessment services for up to four visits. Includes: constructive confrontation, motivation and short-term intervention to address problems affecting work. Makes referrals for appropriate diagnosis, treatment, and assistance. Provides linkage between workplace and community resources, and case monitoring and follow-up for clients.
The EAP is a resource for the work environment. EAP is designed to assist both the supervisor and the employee with enhancing the work environment, employee performance and the employee’s wellbeing. Provides briefings concerning current drug and alcohol trends, team building, resources in the community, etc.
For the Employee:
The EAP is bound by confidentiality, clients can talk about issues they are having at work, home, with their spouse or co-worker, and receive unbiased, informed advise or linkage to resources. Some EAP clients are going through a crisis and want to be able to vent their issues without being referred to outside resources. Note: The only time that a conversation is not confidential is if it is revealed that harm will occur to yourself, others, children or to national security.
For the Supervisor:
The EAP provides expert consultation and training provided to organizational leadership (e.g. management, supervisors, and union stewards) regarding their options when dealing with problematic or troubled employees. The use of a EAP has been shown to enhance the work environment and improve employee performance.
Supervisors are encouraged to make EAP referrals when the problematic behavior begins and can be addressed with minimum disruption to the work environment and before the problem escalates (about 20% of clients are supervisor referrals).
Equal Opportunity Office
Location: 10480 Sijan Ave, Ste 123a (Elmendorf) or Bldg 600, Room B-63 (Richardson)
Phone: (907) 552-2115 or 24-hour mobile number (907)-691-6263
Services Provided: The JBER EO Office provides outreach, training and assistance through DoD Civilian Equal Employment Opportunity complaint processing, Air Force Active Duty (their dependents and retired military) Military Equal Opportunity complaint processing, reasonable accommodation requests (Department of Army Civilians Only), Defense Equal Opportunity Climate Surveys (DEOCS) and other related services.
Military members may contact the JBER EO Office if they feel that they have been unlawfully discriminated against on the basis of Race, Color, Religion, National Origin, Gender (including Sexual Harassment), and Sexual Orientation
Civilian employees may contact the JBER EO Office if they feel that have been unlawfully discriminated against on the basis of Race, Sex (including sexual harassment, pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), Color, National Origin, Age (40 or older), Religion, Disability, Genetic Information or Reprisal (For previous EEO activity).
Family Advocacy Program (FAP)
Location: JBER Hospital, Bldg. 5955, Second Floor Lynx Wing
(All appointments, New Parent Support Program, Domestic Abuse Victims Advocates) Bldg. 600 JBER-R, in Army Community Services (ACS) Wing (Outreach and Prevention) Rms: A125 and A127 Office Hours: Open 0730-1630 M-F for information, referrals, and appointments
Phone: (907) 580-5858
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Offer a variety of classes, family centered programs, community, and leadership support that includes:
Couples Communication classes: Learn how to enhance the skills to say what you need to say, get to the heart of the matter, and increase your connection with each other. Come tune up your relationship. Don't wait until your "check engine" light comes on!
FAST services: Voluntary, brief marital and family therapy to support family wellness. Available on a space available basis Life Skills:
Anger Management classes: Learn useful strategies to reduce both the emotional and physical responses to anger. Improve the quality of your health, your relationships, and your life by reducing anger's negative effects.
Parenting with Love & Logic classes: Provides simple and practical techniques to help parents raise responsible kids and have more fun while parenting. Utilizes a strengths based approach to parenting. Learn how to turn current struggles/frustrations with your children into win-win situations.
Dads: The Basics classes: For new or expecting fathers, taught by men who have been there themselves. Get more information and answers to your questions on pregnancy, labor and delivery, communicating with your spouse, caring for an infant, and keeping your baby safe.
New Parent Support Program: Home visiting nurses offer information to enhance positive parenting and family wellness for active duty members and their families with children from the prenatal stage until age three.
JBER Community Support: Information & referrals for JBER and community resources, Collaboration with JBER and community agencies for installation-wide programming Squadron/unit support: Available to provide customized briefings/classes to squadrons/units on any topic that promotes healthy families and mission readiness training for all first sergeants and commanders.
Family Maltreatment Services: Families experiencing domestic violence or child maltreatment receive therapeutic treatment in order to return to mission readiness
DAVA: Assists victims of domestic violence with safety planning, information/referral, crisis counseling, and financial/practical help - SEE DOMESTIC ABUSE VICTIM ADVOCATE
Fisher House Alaska
Location: 4943 Zeamer Ave JBER AK 99506
Phone: (907) 222-1673
Services provided: Fisher House of Alaska provides a no cost ‘home away from home’ for families traveling to support active duty, national guard/reserve, retirees and veterans receiving medical care in the Anchorage community.
· 28 families accommodated nightly
· Food, transportation, toiletries and other necessary amenities provided at no cost
· Volunteer opportunities
Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, Website: www.akfisherhouse.org
Government Housing Management
JBER-R Location: Building 600 Room 106, 600 Richardson Drive JBER
Phone: (907) 384-2576
JBER-E Location: 6346 Arctic Warrior Dr. JBER
Phone: (907) 552-4439
· Assignments referral for Unaccompanied and Accompanied Housing requirements
· Referral services for on and off-base housing.
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Services provided: "The staff encourages healthy lifestyle practices and aims to provide quality, comprehensive, outcome-based Health Promotion Services. The mission of Health Promotion is to optimize the health status of service members to positively influence mission readiness and force protection through knowledge, awareness and self-efficacy."
Health Promotion offers classes on a variety of wellness topics including nutrition, sleep optimization, tobacco cessation and physical activity. InBody body composition analysis appointments are available upon request. Classes are offered in one-on-one, group, on-site and virtual formats.
For more information about the programs offered on JBER, call or visit the Human Performance Center!
6346 Arctic Warrior Dr.
Phone: (907) 552-2740
Building 600, RM 106
Phone: (907) 384-1809
724 Quartermaster Rd, Suite 35, JBER-R
Phone: (907) 384-1809
Services Provided: Loaner furnishings delivery and pickup for new arrivals and departing permanent party members.
JBER-E Location: 8517 20th Ave JBER-E (People Center), 3d floor, Ste 330
Phone: (907) 552-3048
JBER-R Location: Building 600, 3d floor
Phone: (907) 384-0371
Services provided: Both of our offices provide quality legal assistance to the base community.
· Advise clients on personal civil legal matters on a wide range of issues such as divorce or debt collection
· Takes care of all deployment related issues for members and their families such as drafting and execute wills and powers of attorney
· From late January to mid-April our office provides tax filing services in both offices military members, retirees and dependents are eligible for our services
Location: 786 D St, JBER 99505
Phone: (907) 384-0600
See also TRICARE
Mental Health Clinic (JBER Hospital)
Location: 5955 Zeamer Avenue 99506 Lynx Wing 2nd floor, next to Moose Entrance to Hospital
Phone: (907) 580-2181
Services Provided: Provides mental health prevention, evaluation, treatment, and consultation.
· Individual, group, family, marital therapy
· Cognitive Processing Group (PTSD)
· Interpersonal Relationships Processing Group
· Emotions Management Group
· Stress management
· Relaxation therapy
· Command directed evaluations
· Mental Health Suicide Prevention and ADAPT Immersion Brief
Air Force Resilience
U.S. Army Ready and Resilient
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic (JBER Hospital)
Location: 5955 Zeamer Avenue 99506 Lynx Wing 1st floor, next to Moose Entrance to Hospital
Phone: (907) 580-0014
Services Provided: "At the JBER mTBI clinic the patient is our mission. Our patients' physical, psychological, occupational, and social well-being is our highest priority. Traditional medical therapies such as: medication management, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and psychotherapy are complimented with acupuncture, restorative yoga, massage chairs, and educational consultation for a holistic approach."
· No referral needed to make an appointment in the mTBI clinic
· Specialize in Concussions and head injuries
· Speech-Language Pathologist
· Occupational Therapist and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
· Nurse Case Managers
Classes (referral required/must be current patient in mTBI)
· Concussion Class
· Concussion education classes for spouses/partners of family members who have or had a concussion (no referral required)
Location: 8535 Wewak Drive, JBER-E AK 99506
Phone: (907) 552-4943
Location: 600 Richardson Drive, A139
Phone: (907) 384-1517
Serving members of the Armed Forces and their family members with Relocation/Sponsorship Training, Employment/Volunteer, Exceptional Family Member Programs (EFMP), Financial Readiness, Mobilization/Deployment/Readiness, Personal & Family Life, Family Readiness Groups, Key Spouse, AF Casualty/Survivor Benefits.
Military & Family Life Counselor
Military Family Support Center (JBER-E Log Cabin)
Army Community Service, 600 Richardson Drive (JBER-R)
Office Phone: (907) 384-1534
Services Provided: "Non-medical short-term, situational problem solving counseling to both service members and their families."
Provides psycho education on impacts of:
· Family reunions
· Military life
· MFLC services augment existing military support services
· Flexible service delivery
· Individual, couples, family therapy, and groups
· Presentations available upon request
· MFLCs are placed in CDCs, schools, youth programs/teen centers
Outdoor Recreational Facilities
JBER-E Location: Building 7301 JBER-E AK 99506
Phone: (907) 552-2023
JBER-R Location: Building 794 JBER-R AK 99505
Phone: (907) 384-1475 or (907) 384-1476
Services Provided: The Outdoor Recreation program has recreational activities, equipment, and services for everyone. It also offers both winter and summer recreational items for a nominal fee.
· Outdoor Recreational facilities rent out different equipment on both sides
· Equipment that is rented must be returned to the outdoor recreational center that it was rented from
· Items for rent include but are not limited to: Fishing gear, Picnic supplies, Cross country skis, Camping accessories, Campers, Sleds, Snow blowers, Ice skates
· This website provides list of what can be rented from each facility: JBER Outdoor Recreation
School Liaison Officers
Location: Bldg 600 Rooms A117 and A119, 600 Richardson Drive JBER 99505
Phone: (907) 384-7500 / (907) 384-1505
Services provided: "Our goal is to assist military families with information and resources to ease their transition from one duty station to the next."
· Advocate for the educational needs of military children
· Provide information and referrals for the EFMP program
· Ensure school personnel (principals, teachers, counselors, and staff) are aware of the unique issues facing students whose parents are military
· Assist military families in resolving problems with their child's educational needs
· Work in partnership programs with our service members and our local schools
· The SAPR office, in concert with the VPI, assists commanders with meeting Sexual Assault Prevention training requirements
Location: Building 1 HQ Loop, JBER AK 99505
Phone: (907) 384-1945 (Program Manager) or (907) 384-7272 (24/7 SHARP Hotline)
Services Provided: SHARP Mission "The Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Prevention (SHARP) program reinforces the Army's commitment to eliminate incidents of sexual assault through a comprehensive policy that focuses on: education, prevention, thorough investigation, appropriate action, and follow-up. Army policy promotes sensitive care for victims of sexual assault and accountability for those who commit these crimes. Sexual Assault Prevention...Begins With You!"
· Services available to all Army Soldiers and their families
· Provides training to all Sexual Assault Response Coordinators (SARCs) and Victim Advocates (VAs)
· Website available at SHARP
Substance Use Disorder Clinical Care (SUDCC) - Army MEDCOM
Location: 786 D St, JBER 99505
Phone: (907) 384-0405
Service Provided: Provides alcohol and substance abuse evaluation, treatment, and consultation.
· Treatment services for alcohol and substance related issues
· Psycho educational individual treatment and groups
· Commander consultation
Survivor Outreach Services - JBER-R
Location: 600 Richardson Drive, A118
Army Community Service
Phone: (907) 384-0272
Support Coordinators. The loss of a loved one often results in tremendous grief, which can be overwhelming. SOS Coordinator is your link to finding the resources and answers that will work best for you. Your local Support Coordinator is available to meet with you as you journey through this difficult transition by providing direct services as well as information, referrals, and recommendations. They can also connect you with support groups, spiritual resources, and bereavement and financial counselors. Your SOS Coordinator can also help you request and obtain copies of documents, navigate local, state, and federal agencies, and direct you to additional Survivor resources.
Financial Counselors. In times of emotional distress, figuring out what to do about finances can create a heavy burden. Survivor Outreach Services Financial Counselors provide professional financial information and services in areas such as investing, estate planning, tax issues, and basic budgeting. Our Financial Counselors are committed to helping you create financial security. They also help ensure you get the information you need to make sound financial decisions.
True North (TN) Program
Location: The Welcome Center, 8535 Wewak Drive, JBER AK 99506
Phone: (907) 201-6330 or (907) 201-3373
· Day One In-processing for Air Force personnel
· Alaska Specific Sponsorship Training (ASST)
· Group Embedded Religious Support Teams
· Group Embedded Mental Health Teams
· Squadron Embedded Mental Health Providers
· Directly Assists Base Operational Support Team
The Welcome Center is a one-stop-experience and single reception point, with a family-friendly environment, helping Airmen and their families seamlessly integrate into a supportive and welcoming installation. Inbound personnel will have engagement with the Military Personnel Section (MPS) staff to assist with updating records and address any issues. In addition, Finance Personnel staff will conduct one-on-one assistance with filing travel vouchers, review and correct pay and allowance issues, changing the state of residence and address other finance issues as required
True North provides Air Force Licensed Clinical Social Workers and Mental Health Technicians, Active Duty Chaplains and Religious Support Personnel and tools needed to optimize performance and increase Airmen and Family resilience, helping them thrive in their personal and professional lives and encouraging a culture of interdependency.
USO Alaska JBER Center (JBER-E)
Location: 7076 Chennault Ave, JBER AK 99506
Phone: (907) 385-9140
Services provided: The USO Alaska strengthens America's military service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country, throughout their service to the nation. Today's USO continuously adapts to the needs of our men and women in uniform and their families, so they can focus on their very important mission.
USO Alaska provides a home away from home for our military members and their families.
· Free homemade dinners every Tuesday and Thursday at the USO Center
· Free Holiday meals, activities and cheer
· 6 computers with CAC access and printer capabilities
· Gaming stations
· Volunteer opportunities, crafting, painting, game board days, cooking classes, movie nights and TV viewing (sports)
· Corn Hole, lawn chairs and grilling
· Free WI-FI, rest and relaxation
USO Alaska 24-hour gym (available to all military members and their families)
Location: 8001 Craw Ave, JBER AK 99506
· Free Protein powder, pre and post workout available at the USO Center
· Free WI-FI
Cheryl Jones, USO Alaska, Center Operations and Program Manager, (907) 406-1264
The USO Strengthens America's military service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country, throughout their service to the nation.
Violence Prevention Integrator (VPI)
Location: 8517 20th Street, Ste 107, JBER AK 99506
Phone: (907) 552-7881
The VPI provides violence related primary prevention education and training for the total base population and for those at heightened risk for violence. The VPI collaborates and integrates with JBER helping agencies and community partners to increase awareness of and reduce issues such as sexual assault, family violence, work place violence/bullying, suicide and substance abuse/misuse prevention.
· Wingman & Leadership Intervention Annual Training
· Manages, trains and reports Suicide Prevention
· Manages, trains and reports Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
· Coordinates events, activities and communications campaigns with stakeholders on various prevention efforts
AF Resilience Website: https://www.resilience.af.mil
Sexual Assault Prevention & Response: https://www.sapr.mil and https://www.safehelpline.org
Suicide Prevention: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org
Domestic Violence: https://www.thehotline.org
Location: Bldg 655, JBER, AK 99505
Phone: (907) 384-9006
Activities provided: Corn Hole, pool, darts, air hockey, Foosball, table tennis, television and DVD viewing areas, electronic gaming with: PS-3, WII, X-Box 1 and X-Box 360 Live gaming tournaments, new release games and DVDs, CD and DVD repair, miniature golf is in house only.
Warrior Zone Lounge, formerly the "Arctic Chill/907 Sports Bar" is now part of the Warrior Zone the lounge may be reserved but does not offer exclusivity, reservations required in order the have the area staffed for beer, wine and food service. Beer and wine are now sold and can be consumed throughout/within building 655.
·Website available at Warrior Zone