Serving Airmen, Always!
A team concept of helping agencies, aligning with the 120th Airlift Wing Vision and Mission, in order to inform and empower Airmen and families to prosper in life and maintain readiness.
The Montana Air National Guard Director of Psychological Health Program is a voluntary resource available to service members & their families. Access to this program is simple and available through email, phone and in-person meetings. Confidentiality is important to the Wing DPH, but there are certain circumstances that disclosure is pertinent, and will be explained to you.
MTANG Director of Psychological Health (DPH):
Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-822
Military OneSource: 800-342-9647
The goal of the Airman & Family Readiness program is to support and equip Airman and Families with the tools they need for a successful journey through the ever changing demands of the military lifestyle. We are here for single Airman, those who are married, and for those who have children. If you are part of the MTANG community we are able to support you.
MTANG Airman & Family Readiness Program Manager (A&FRPM):
Ms. Paige Morgan
Office: 406-791–0122 Cell: 406-788-8967
Accommodation. 100% confidentiality, religious accommodation, and opportunities for the constitutional right of Airmen and their families to the free exercise of religion.
-Spiritual Care. Meeting the diverse spiritual needs of Airmen and their families.
-Advise Leadership. Inform Air Force leaders on matters related to religious, spiritual, ethical, moral, and morale concerns, while advocating for the religious and spiritual needs.
MTANG, HC Wing Chaplain Capt. Jeffrey Simpson
The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program reinforces the Air Force’s commitment to eliminate sexual assaults through awareness and prevention training, education, victim advocacy, response, reporting, and accountability. The Air Force promotes sensitive care and confidential reporting for victims of sexual assault and accountability for those who commit.
When available, the Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC) program is designed to provide short-term, non-medical counseling services to service members and their families at no cost. With the exception of child abuse, domestic abuse and duty to warn situations, services are private and confidential.
Temporary MFLC Assigned to MTANG: