The Resilience Program provides necessary trainings, information and skill-building exercises Airmen and Guardians need to independently assess and adapt to the changes within their environment. Through the Resilience Program Airmen and Guardians are empowered to maintain the balance of cognitive skills, physical endurance, emotional stamina, social connectedness and spiritual well-being to thrive and carry out the Air Force mission.
The Resilience Program is led by MAJCOM Community Support Program Managers (CSPMs) and installation Community Support Coordinators (CSCs). CSCs lead a multi-agency task force of base helping agencies called the Community Action Team (CAT). The CAT members track trends and work together to provide the highest quality of life to our Air Force family.
OSD Memo, Strengthening Economic Security in the Force (17 Nov 21)
DoD Framework for Integrating and Enhancing Resilience (30 Jul 21)
AFI 90-5001, Integrated Resilience (25 Jan 19)
Overview of Installation Resilience Programs and Partners
Spouse Resilience Skills Development Strategic Plan (Davis Monthan AFB)
Financial Readiness – Economic Security Toolkit
Even Pulse, The Science of Human Resilience
5 Ways to Grow Your Gratitude
How to Change a Habit
Mental Health Career Stigma - May 2021
Hurricane Resource Guide
Supporting Employees During Traumatic Events
Coping with Traumatic Events