This website is dedicated to you!  This is a one-stop-shop for all of the helping agenices on Malmstrom Air Force Base.  The agencies listed here are dedicated to ensuring you and your family members receive any and all the help that you seek.  Take a look around and give us a call!  Click here for a printable Agency Matrix for your office 

Health and Promotion Team

The Health and Promotion Team is part of the ongoing commitment of the Air Force to provide "one stop shopping" for health/fitness assessments, awareness/prevention intervention and exercise prescriptions. The HPT is staffed with a registered dietitian and a health promotion manager. We will facilitate your commitment to improve health and fitness, and increase readiness and productivity. We follow exercise guidelines set forth by the American College of Sports Medicine.

For more information, call 406-731-4292.

Inspector General

The Inspector General takes care of complaints and resolution issues involving violations of AFI's, policy, procedures and directives. Along with resolving Fraud, Waste and Abuse issues, they are the focal point for all congressional inquiries that come to the base. IG offers services to military, civilian, non-appropriated funds employees and dependents on base.

For more information, call 406-731-7091.

Wing Inspector General

Four Step Complaint Process

Military Customer Service

The 341st Force Support Squadron Customer Service section provides assistance with new ID cards (via DEERS), Personal Agent Requests and manages both the Intro Program/Leave program policy for Malmstrom AFB.

Contact your unit representative and/or sponsor to provide them with your estimated date of arrival. Once you have arrived, you must report to Building 1191, Room 101 for base in-processing instructions. Please have your PCS orders and your inbound package which should have been provided to you by your losing base.

A customer support technician will schedule you for the next available MPS/Finance in-processing brief where you will file your travel voucher and finance will stop your leave status. 

What do I need to get a new ID card?
DEERS software requires eligible members to present two forms of identification in order to receive a new ID card. The primary form of identification must be a photo ID. The secondary form of identification can be anything that is federal or government issued, such as a certified copy of your birth record, your SSN card or voter's registration card.

For more information, call 406-731-4377.

Military/Family Counseling

Military and Family Life Counseling provides short term, situational, problem solving services to service members and their families.

For more information, call 406-731-4900.

sapr Coordinator

The Sexual Assault Response Coordinator provides 24/7 coordination of care for victims of sexual assault including protection and appropriate medical treatment/care. Victim Advocates are available. Call for information or to report a sexual assault.

For more information, call the main line at 406-731-4225 or call the hotline at 406-781-6005.

Malmstrom SAPR


The Air Force Recovery Care Coordinator is the lead non-clinical case manager and independent advocate for all seriously wounded, ill and injured Airmen, including members of the Guard and Reserve. The RCC will meet Airmen and their families at the hospital to address any immediate needs upon injury. 

RCCs will develop and implement a comprehensive recovery plan that will identify needs and assist in reaching their personal and professional goals.

RCCs assist in identifying and applying for the right benefits and compensations.  RCCs also ensure that Airmen are connected with military, federal, state, local, non-profit and private sector programs which offer support and benefits.  RCCs will support Airmen through the entire continuum of care to include recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration either back into the Air Force or civilian life.

For more information, call 406-731-4284 or 406-836-0593

Airman and Family Readiness

The Airman and Family and Readiness Center offers Air Force Aid Society, Casualty/Survivor Benefits Program, Discovery Resource Center, EFMP-FS Special Needs Resource Center, Personal and Family Readiness, Personal Financial Readiness, Personal and Work Life Education, Relocation, Spouse Employment Program and Transition Assistance.

For more information, call 406-731-4900.

Airman and Family Readiness Center factsheet

Child Development Center

The current Child Development Center opened in June 2004 with 14 rooms and added four rooms in 2011. Current capacity is 205. The CDC works closely with Family Child Care to get children in care if space is not available in the center.

For more information, call 406-731-2417.

Child Development Center

Exceptional Family Member

The Exceptional Family Members Program includes a variety of personnel, medical and family support functions. Enrollment is a major component of the program and is mandatory for all military personnel who have a member of their family with a medical or educational disability.

For more information, call 406-731-4393/3506.

School Liaison

The Child & Youth Education Services - School Liasion (CYES-SL) is committed to outreach, advocacy, and partnership initiatives that generate real-time solutions for military-connected students in grades Pre-Kindergarten through grade 12 as they face global educational challenges and transitions. The CYES-SL serves as a conduit of school information and is the primary contact for public and private schools offering support for our military-connected families. CYES-SL is available in regards to questions or concerns related to educational issues or common stressors that may be affecting you and/or your child’s educational opportunities. The CYES-SL has resources available and serves as the installation POC for all local military-family connected education matters.

For more information, call 406-731-3506.

Family Advocacy Program

The Family Advocacy Program provides assessments and assistance for domestic violence and child abuse issues. Also provides violence prevention education, classes on anger management and stress management. 

For more information, call 406-731-2161.

Family Advocacy factsheet

Malmstrom Chaplain Corps

The Malmstrom Air Force Base Chapel offers a variety of religious programs, family/marital counseling and numerous special activities. For more information on anything highlighted on this page, please contact Malmstrom's Chapel at 731-3721.

Catholic Masses
Daily Mass: Mon - Friday at 11:15 a.m.
Confession: Saturday 4 to 4:45 p.m. or by appointment
Saturday Vigil Mass - 5 p.m.
Sunday Mass - 9 a.m.

Saturday - 4 p.m.
Sunday through Friday by appointment only

Protestant Traditional Service
Sunday - 11 a.m.

Religious Education/Bible Studies
Call 731-3721 for current program schedules.

Sunday Christian Ecumenical Worship Services are also offered in Units, call 731-3721 for more information.

For more information, call 406-731-3721 or visit the Malmstrom Chapel Corps at Malmstrom Chaplain Corps.

Spouses' Club

The Malmstrom Spouses' Club is open to all spouses of Team Malmstrom. Our mission is to provide opportunities for friendship, fellowship and leadership for our members. Our goal is to enrich our community through philanthropic endeavors.

Monthly Club Events
Social event on the third Thursday of the month. Mini Clubs - Books into
Movies, Bunco, Mah Jongg, Dinner Club, Wine Club, Run/Walk Club, Breakfast Club

For more information, email the Malmstrom Spouses' Club at

Malmstrom Spouses' Club

Equal Opportunity

Malmstrom's Equal Opportunity office provides Department of Defense Civilians, active-duty military, dependents and retired military with information about clarification of equal opportunity complaints of unlawful discrimination and sexual harassment. Training is available in these areas, as well as diversity and human relations. Staff is certified as a mediator in all disputes.

For more information, call 406-731-4525.

Equal Opportunity

financial Counseling

Personal Financial Counseling provides short-term, solution-focused, financial consultation for service members and their families.

For more information, call 406-731-4900.

Youth Center

The Youth Center has affiliations with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, 4-H, Council on Accreditation, National Recreation and Park Association, National Alliance for Youth Sports, Montana Operation Military Kids (OMK) and Military Teen Adventure Camps thru Montana Extension (4-H). Programs offered include school age, summer day camp, family adventure trips, sports and fitness, instructional classes, teen activities, special events and the base theater.

For more information, call 406-731-4634.

Youth Programs

Family Child Care

Family Child Care homes offer full-time, part-time, drop-in, weekend and evening care. Extended Duty, Supplemental and Missile Care programs are funded by the Air Force and are free for eligible users. Home Community Care is available for Montana Air National Guard members participating in weekend drills and works with the CDC on waiting list requirements for parents.

For more information, call 406-405-1606 or 406-731-2704.

Family Child Care

New Parent Support

The New Parent Support Program provides education and support to expectant parents or parents with children under the age of three. Registered nurse provides home visits and education.

For more information, call 406-731-3216.

Mental Health

Mental Health provides quality care and services relating to the emotional/psychological health and wellness of active duty Air Force personnel.

For more information, call 406-731-4451.

Legal Services

Legal services include powers of attorney, wills, taxes, legal advice concerning personal and civil matters, and more.

For more information, call 406-731-2878.

Wing Staff Judge Advocate