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ternal applicants seeking employment with the Air Force. Questions regarding spouse preference, vet preference and summer hire programs can be answered by calling our office. Equipment Rental (Outdoor Rec) Bldg. 244 (580) 213-7348 Service: Recreational supplies and sport- ing goods rental center. Information, Tickets & Travel Bldg. 200, Ste 211 (580) 213-7402 Service: Assistance in various aspects of travel and entertainment, including amuse- ment parks, sporting events and vacation packages. Vance Library Bldg. 314 (580)213-7368 Fax: (580)237-8106 Web site: vanceAFB Hours of Operation: Mon-Thurs, 11:00am-6:30pm Friday, 12:00pm-5:00pm Saturday, 12:00pm-5:00pm Services: Books, magazines, CD audio- books and CD loans, Internet access and DVD rentals. Mental Health Clinic Bldg. 816 (580) 213-7419 Service: Mental Health Clinic provides a wide variety of services and programs to meet your individual needs and enhance the quality of life of all service members, military families and retirees. Some ex- amples of services offered are: Individual Therapy-Child, Adolescent, Adult Family Counseling Marriage Counseling Stress Management/Relaxation Group Airsickness Evaluations for JSUPT Chronic Pain Management Emergency Referrals Suicide/Violence Awareness Prevention Assertiveness Training Insomnia Treatment Education/Treatment/Referral on Substance Abuse • Family Maltreatment, which is de- signed to educate, prevent and treat family maltreatment including child abuse/neglect and spouse abuse. Anyone suspecting any form of family maltreatment is encouraged to report suspicions to the Family Advo- cacy Officer. Any active duty members or civilian working for theAir Force is mandated to report family maltreatment per AFI 40-301. Staff Judge Advocate Bldg. 500 (580)213-7404 Service: Legal assistance for personal (non-business) and civil (non-criminal) legal matters. Notarization is also available. Teen Center Bldg. 455 (580)213-7166 Service: Daily programs and activities for youth ages 10-18 years old. Transportation Management Office Bldg. 200 Rm. 202 (580) 213-7470 Service: Handles shipping and receiving of household goods and baggage and makes travel arrangements for DoD members and family members with valid identification. Youth Center Bldg. 323 (580) 213-7474 Service: Year-round well-supervised activ- ity center. After-school programs during the academic year and summer day-camp programs run- ning June through August are available for grades Kindergarten to 6th. 71st Security Forces Squadron Bldg. 527 (580) 213-7415 Service: Crime prevention, police services, and vehicle registration. 71st FTW Commander’s Straight Talk Action Line (580) 213-7777 Service: This answering service is your direct line to the wing commander. Leave a message stating your name, phone number, concerns, suggestions, or commendations. Remember to use your chain of command to resolve problems whenever possible. 31