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Equal Opportunity Office

The Equal Opportunity program promotes a positive human relations climate, free from sexual harassment and unlawful discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion and sex (also age, mental/physical disability, equal pay, GINA and retaliation for civilian employees). The EO program is a function of leadership and command. The goal is to enhance unit cohesiveness, military readiness and mission accomplishment.

Location: Bldg. 220, Area 2
DSN 632-5934
Comm: +39-0434-30-5934

Family Advocacy Program (FAP)

The Family Advocacy Program offers classes and services which are designed to improve communication, problem solving, response to anger and frustration, and parenting techniques. Understanding and accepting temperament and personality differences leads to smoother interaction within the family and the work-place. Family Advocacy provides Strength-based couples Therapy (FAST) by appointment; and responds to adult and/or child abuse and neglect.

Location: Bldg. 108, Area 1
DSN 632-5667 
Comm: +39-0434-30-5667

New Parent Support Program (NPSP)
Love and Logic Parenting
PREP/Four Lenses
Anger Management

New Parent Support Program (NPSP) See description above

Parenting with Love and Logic
Course Description: Separate classes for parents of school age children (7+) and those with younger children (0-6). Parents will learn to establish healthy control, without resorting to power struggles and anger; and guide children through problem solving and the resulting positive or negative consequences. Classes for parents of older and younger children alternate monthly, and meet Mon/Wed for three weeks 9:15-11:30 a.m..

Course Description: Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program combined with Four Lenses (a personality profile based on colors and seeing each other through the lens of understanding.) Class will help couples communicate more effectively, recognize and accept personality differences, and use those differences to problem solve creatively. Class is offered first three Thursdays of each month, 2:30-4:30 p.m.

Anger Management Training
Course Description: Participants will learn to recognize and cope with anger, frustration, and stress; understand the emotional and physical components; and how to positively direct the resulting energy (adrenaline). Participants will experience improved sense of well-being and self-control at home and in the workplace. Four-session commitment requested. Training begins the first Wed of each month, 3-4 p.m..

New Parent Support Program (NPSP)
The New Parent Support Program offers in-home nurse visits to families expecting a child by birth or adoption, and families with children up to three years of age. The New Parent Support Program nurses will assist you in addressing many family-related topics including pregnancy health, prenatal education, breastfeeding support, father's role, car seat selection, normal child development, infant feeding, infant communication, infant massage, child discipline, sibling rivalry, potty training, single parenting, stress management, relationship enhancement, military lifestyle stressors and more. The New Parent Support Program also offers classes and activities geared toward expectant parents and parents of young children.

Location: Bldg. 108, Area 1
DSN 632-5667
Comm: +39-0434-30-5667

Wee Ones Play Group
Wee Sign
Dad's Boot Camp
Baby Basic Training
Relaxation through Pregnancy and Beyond


Wee Ones Playgroup
Course Description: This playgroup is for children ages 0-18 months, and their parents. Observe, play and interact with other parents and children in a baby friendly, safe environment with developmentally appropriate toys and equipment. The Wee Ones Playgroup meets Thursdays from 10:30-12:00.

Wee Sign
Course Description: This four week course teaches parents and children 100 of the most frequently used signs specific to the daily routines of children from birth to three years of age. It is designed to enhance communication between parents and their children, strengthen family connections, and improve parent-child bonds; as parents are able to better understand and meet their children's needs. The class is offered several times per year.

Dad's Boot Camp
Course Description: New or expectant fathers will learn a curriculum of infant care, calming and soothing the infant, and how to respond to concerns and possible changes in the baby's mother. Class is facilitated by experienced fathers, and held every other month, first Tues 1700-1900.

Baby Basics
Course Description: Expectant couples, in a group setting, will enjoy learning the basics of infant care, i.e. changing diapers, bathing, soothing, swaddling, and ways to cope with irregular sleep patterns. Dads will better relate to the physical experience of pregnancy by wearing the 'empathy belly'. Parents will learn the devastating effects of 'Shaken Baby Syndrome', and how to prevent loss of control when frustration escalates. The class is held every other month, first Tues and Thurs 1630-1830.

Relaxation through Pregnancy and Beyond
Course Description: Women will learn ways to pamper themselves and their pregnancies, in a small group setting, by experiencing simple techniques that can be used at home. This class is held every Wednesday at the Health and Wellness Center. Walk in or call 632-5667 or 0434 30 5667.

Single Airmen Staying Strong (SASS)
Social Fitness SASS provides single Airmen opportunities to expand friendships/relationships beyond their unit to larger network of potential friends and mentors. Build and improve resilience, reduce isolation and risk while improving overall health and performance. Focus is on networking, friendship and mentorship.

31 FW/CVB (Community Support Coordinator)
Hours: Mondays - Fridays, 7:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m.
DSN 632-4389
Comm: +39-0434-30-4389