Integrated Delivery System

The mission of the Integrated Delivery System is to integrate base helping agencies into one seamless team that provides the right help at the right time to active duty military members and their family, retirees and DOD civilians. The IDS is committed to improving the delivery of family services and prevention and education activities at Grand Forks Air Force Base.

Health Promotions

We are your one-stop shop for health and wellness information including tobacco cessation, physical fitness, healthy eating, and stress relief. Our office is located in the main hallway of the Fitness Center.

Building 308
Health Promotion Manager: 747-6112

Drug Demand Reduction

Enhance mission readiness and foster a drug free environment through a comprehensive program of education, prevention, deterrence and community outreach in support of the President
  • Drug Testing of Active Duty and Civilian TDP
  • Community outreach: on and off base prevention, drug education/awareness and deterrence activities targeted to Department of Defense (DoD) family members, retirees, civilians and contractors.
  • Drug Paraphernalia Presentation
  • DUI/Distracted Driving Simulator
  • Substance Abuse Presentations as requested
Demand Reduction Program Manager
575 Holzapple St Bldg. 207
Grand Forks AFB, ND 58205
Comm: 701-747-3627 DSN: 362-3627
AFTER HOURS TESTING: Contact Command Post for recall numbers.

School Liaison Officer

Promoting communication between local K-12 schools, military families, installation and surrounding communities to achieve academic success for military children.
Developing solutions in partnership with local schools and military families to overcome barriers to successful education and school transitions.
Educating local school districts on unique issues that affect military children such as frequent moves, deployments and Impact Aid benefits.
School Liaison page
Phone: 701-747-4484
Airman & Family Readiness Center Bldg. 207


Airman and Family Readiness Center
  • Air Force Aid Society
  • Airman's Attic
  • Family Member Employment
  • Information and Referral
  • Personal Financial Management Program
  • Relocation Assistance
    -Loan Locker
  • -Newcomer's Orientation
    -Sponsorship Services
  • Family Readiness
  • Transition Assistance Program
  • Key Spouse Program
  • HeartLink
  • Exceptional Family Member's Program Volunteer Referral
Phone: 747-3241
Building 207

Mental Health

  • Individual Counseling (Active Duty only)
  • Medication Services (Active Duty only)
  • Education and Treatment Classes (Active Duty only)
  • Behavioral Health Optimization Program (for active duty, dependents, and retirees)
Phone: 747-4460

Family Advocacy Program

New Parent Support Program
New Parent Support Program (NPSP) is a program for expecting parents to help adjust to life with a new infant. This is a voluntary, in home program developed specifically for expectant parents.
  • FREE home or office visits by a registered nurse
  • Education on pregnancy and all aspects of baby and toddler care
  • Free books, videos, calendars and handouts for parents
  • Referrals to community resources
  • FREE brief counseling services for couples
  • Car Seat Safety Checks
NPSP Brochure

Intervention and Treatment
The FAST program (Family Advocacy Strength-based therapy) is for couples who are seeking help with their relationship. Couples include married and non-married intimate partners. Services include:
  • Assessments
  • Couples Counseling
  • Referrals

    Prevention and Outreach
    We offer annual domestic violence training for Commanders and First Sergeants as well as base agencies. We collaborate with other helping agencies on and off base to enhance prevention services. Classes offered quarterly are:
    • Stress Management/Awareness
    • Anger Management/Awareness
    • How to Avoid Falling for a JERK(ette)
    • Common Sense Parenting
    • Family Advocacy Safety Education Seminar (FASES)
    • Shaken Baby Syndrome Education (via Great Expectations offered at the AFRC)
    Phone: 747-6806
    Building 109

    • Protestant Contemporary Worship Sunday 10:30 a.m.
    • Women's Bible Study Monday 7 p.m. Prairie Rose Chapel
    • Men's Bible Study Tuesday 11:30-12:30 p.m. Prairie Rose Chapel
    • AWANAS Wednesday 6-8 p.m. Prairie Rose Chapel
    • Youth Group Wednesday 7-9 p.m. The Youth Center
    • Military Wives Fellowship Thursday 9-11 a.m. at Prairie Rose Chapel

    Interfaith Calendar
    Phone: 747-5673

    Sunflower Chapel
    Building 124

    Prairie Rose Chapel
    Building 208


    The EO program seeks to eliminate unlawful discrimination, sexual harassment and harassment (to include bullying and hazing) against military members, family members, retirees and DoD civilians

    Equal Opportunity

    Phone: 747-3193/3200
    Building 440



    Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (SAPR)

    • Restricted and Unrestricted Reporting
    • Assigns Victim Advocates who provide crisis intervention and support through medical and legal proceedings
    • Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Awareness
    Phone: 747-7272


    Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program

    • Substance abuse assessments (Active Duty only)
    • Individual treatment (Active Duty only)
    • Substance abuse prevention and education (Active Duty only)