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Comprehensive Airman Fitness is an Air Force-wide initiative based on improving Airman readiness by solidifying the four pillars of CAF: Mental, Physical, Social and Spiritual. Here at D-M, all helping agencies within the community work together to ensure services are available to provide safety, health and well-being, personnel preparedness and family adaptation. We focus on developing a sense of community for the active-duty population, DoD employees and dependents.
tabD-M CAF Objectives 
· To have an information and referral system
· To assess behavioral risk factors for 355th Fighter Wing military members and their families
· To deliver prevention services targeted to a wide range of individuals and groups within Air Force communities including: active duty, guard, and reserve members and their families, civilian employees, DOD employees, retirees and their families
· To promote collaborative marketing of CAF educational and prevention services
tabScope of Responsibilities 
Coordination:
Offer seamless delivery system that provides services and promotes knowledge of available programs to enhance personal and family quality of life.

Education:
Provide information and prevention programs based on expressed community needs.

Assessment:
Assess community needs through surveys and evaluations. Identify unmet needs and use a team approach to find and implement solutions.

Marketing:
Maximize the use of media and technological information systems to promote prevention programs. Implement and maintain a community calendar of events listing workshops offered by member agencies.

Crisis Intervention:
Interface with other local community agencies to provide optimal care for the Davis-Monthan AFB community including counseling, education, and emergency intervention.
tabMembership 
Primary Members:
Membership includes, as a minimum, representatives from each of the following base agencies: 

- Staff Judge Advocate
- Airman and Family Readiness Center
- Mental Health Clinic
- Family Advocacy Program
- Airmen and Family Services Flight
- Health and Wellness Center
- Base Chapel
- Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
- 162th Fighter Wing Air National Guard

Secondary Members:
Membership will also include representatives from:

- First Sergeants' Council
- Equal Opportunity
- School Liaison Office
- Military and Family Life Consultant
- Installation Reintegration Office 
- Exceptional Family Member Program - Family Support Coordinator
- 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group. 
tabCAF Directory 
- Staff Judge Advocate
Comm: (520)228-5242     DSN: 228-5242
 
Airmen and Family Services Flight

- Airman and Family Readiness Center   
                        
Comm: (520)228-5690     DSN: 228-5690
- D-M CDC
Comm: (520)228-3336     DSN: 228-3336
- Finley CDC                                      
Comm: (520)228-6463     DSN: 228-6463
- Youth Programs                             
Comm: (520)228-8844     DSN: 228-8844
- School Age Program                     
Comm: (520)228-8484     DSN: 228-8484

Mental Health Counseling

- Mental Health Clinic
Comm: (520)228-4926 DSN: 228-4926
-Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment
Comm: (520)228-4926 DSN: 228-4926
- Family Advocacy Program              
Comm: (520)228-2104     DSN: 228-2104
- New Parent Support Program       
Comm: (520)228-2104     DSN: 228-2104

- Health and Wellness Center          
Comm: (520)228-2294     DSN: 228-2294

- Base Chapel                                     
Comm: (520)228-5411     DSN: 228-5411

- Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
Comm: (520)228-7272     DSN: 228-7272

162nd FW (ANG)

Associate Members

- Security Forces Squadron                
Comm: (520)228-3200     DSN: 228-3200
- Equal Opportunity                               
Comm: (520)228-5509     DSN: 228-5509
- Military and Family Life Consultant
Comm: (520)820-4740                           
- 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group
Comm: (520)228-8877     DSN: 228-8877
- Drug Demand Reduction
Comm: (520)228-5755     DSN: 228-5755
- First Sergeants' Council

Emergency Numbers
- Command Post 
Comm: (520)228-7400     DSN: 228-7400
- 355th Security Forces Law Enforcement Desk
Comm: (520)228-3200     DSN: 228-3200
- Fire Department
Comm: (520)228-4757     DSN: 228-4757
-Tucson Police Department                  
Comm: (520)791-4444                            
- Tucson Medical Center
Comm: (520)327-5461                            
Urgent Emergencies Call 911

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tabPillars of CAF
Mental: Approaching life's challenges in a positive way by demonstrating self-control, stamina and good character with choices and actions; seeking help and offering help.

Physical: Performing and excelling in physical activities that require aerobic fitness, endurance, strength, flexibility and body composition derived through exercise, nutrition and training.

Social: Developing and maintaining trusted, valued friendships that are personally fulfilling and foster good communication, including exchange of ideas, views and experiences.

Spiritual: Strengthening a set of beliefs, principles or values that sustain an individual's sense of well-being and purpose.

Spiritual fitness is about having a sense of purpose and meaning in your life. It's essential to an individual's resiliency as esprit de corps is vital to a unit's mission accomplishment.

It includes but not limited to worldviews, religious faith, sense of purpose, sense of connectedness, values, ethics and morals.
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