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Air Force Aid Society
5355 Granite Street
Tucson, AZ 85707
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
If you need emergency assistance, you can expect to get help from your installation, your branch of service resources. There are programs to support you in a variety of situations, including victim assistance, emergencies en route and service-specific relief societies. Below, you’ll find types of assistance, contact information, and detailed procedures and guidance to help you through any tough circumstances that you or your family may face.
For immediate emergency assistance, please contact the 355th Security Forces Law Enforcement Desk at 520-228-3200. You may also contact the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator 24/7 at phone number 520-940-8059.
The Sexual Assault Response Coordinator/Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program office supports victims of sexual assault and manages the volunteer victim advocate program. Whether you want to understand reporting options, or proactively support sexual assault prevention, the SAPR program office can be reached 24/7 at 520-228-7272.
Family Advocacy Domestic Abuse Victim Advocacy Services are offered to victims of domestic abuse with the goal of increasing victim safety and autonomy. Services shall include, but not necessarily be limited to, responding to victims' emergency and ongoing safety concerns and needs, providing information about programs and services available to victims and their children both in the civilian and military communities, and providing victims with ongoing support and referrals. This service is provided 24/7. Please call 520-228-2104 or 520-276-3565 to reach the Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate (DAVA).
The Air Force Aid Society, or AFAS, can assist with emergency financial needs such as rent/mortgage, utilities, food, gas, car repair, emergency travel, funeral expenses, non-TRICARE covered dental/medical expenses (not cosmetic), childcare, car payment/insurance, and cell phone bill. Other needs will be considered on a case by case basis. Legal fees, credit card payments, reimbursement for emergency travel do not meet the criteria for AFAS assistance. Financial assistance is provided in form of a loan that is typically re-paid within a 10-month period as a monthly allotment from the member’s military pay.
To apply for assistance, go to: https://afas.org/how-we-help/emergency-assistance/
The Red Cross can provide you with emergency notification services for you and your family. Currently, we do not have a Red Cross office on Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. Call 520-275-7633 to obtain services for you and your family. For after duty hours financial emergency situations, member should contact the American Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces to apply for Air Force Aid assistance - 1-877-272-7337.
520-275-7633 is a good information number.
The Military& Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) maintains an extensive list of available services with phone numbers, addresses and information. Included are services provided to help you locate resources to assist with personal and family issues that could impact work/life situations. Programs and services are available on and off the installation to meet the needs of our families. Call us at 520-228-5690 for more information.
The Casualty Office assists with all phases of death of the military member. They provide assistance to the next-of-kin of deceased active-duty and retired Air Force personnel in applying for various Air Force benefits. They also act as a referral office for Social Security and Veterans Administration benefits. The Casualty Affairs officer is located at the Military & Family Readiness Center in Building #2441. Call 520-228-5690. *Service members should always ensure their SGLI beneficiares and vRED are current and update-to-date to ensure benefits are dispursed to the right people.
Salvation Army social service programs meet the basic needs of daily life for those without the resources to do so themselves. Often, the programs provide food, shelter, clothing, financial assistance to pay utilities, and other necessities based on need.
The local Salvation Army is located at 1002 Speedway & Main Tucson, AZ.
Hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone: 520-795-9671.
2-1-1 Arizona is also an Information and Referral Service that operates 24/7. A live-operator service is available at all times in English and Spanish and assistance is available in other languages via real-time interpreter services.
2-1-1 Arizona operators will help individuals and families find resources that are available to them locally, throughout the state, and provide connections to critical services that can improve – and save – lives, including:
Visit: https://211arizona.org/ OR call 877-211-8661
Mortuary Affairs is responsible for all activities including search and rescue, identification, arrangements, and transportation for the deceased personnel under the jurisdiction of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. Call 520-228-4414 for information about Mortuary Affairs.
520-977-3725 - 24 hrs
520-977-3660 - 24 hrs
Beginning with the Military & Family Readiness Center, there are a number of agencies that are standing by to assist you in your time of need. Whether it is financial, natural disaster, or an unfortunate death, the base is here to assist. Call 520-228-5690 for more information.
These contacts can get you started on the road to recovery:
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base Elite Honor Guard
To leave your family with the best memories possible, the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base Elite Honor Guard can assist with funerals, retirements, flags, and salutes. Their professionalism is unmatched and they keep a very hectic schedule to honor active duty, guard, reserve, and retired personnel. Contact the Elite Honor Guard at 520-228-1489.