The Integrated Delivery System develops a comprehensive, coordinated plan for integrating and implementing community outreach and prevention programs (e.g., financial, relationship, family maltreatment, sexual assault, equal opportunity, suicide prevention, substance abuse, health promotion, tobacco cessation, etc.), with the goal of enhancing resilience in military communities. The IDS improves the delivery of human service programs by establishing a seamless system of services through collaborative partnerships and coordinated activities. (AFI90-501).
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.
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 406-731-7076/7091.
Wing Inspector General
Four Step Complaint Process
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
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
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.
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.