The commissary is at 17601 25th St. The facility features eight checkout registers, four self-checkouts. A full-service deli, bakery, meat and produce department and more than 14,375 line items are stocked in the grocery department.
Hours of Operation
Tuesday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Wednesday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The commissary offers early bird shopping for 15 items or fewer 8:30 to 9 a.m. Tuesday through Saturday and 9:30 to 10 a.m. Sunday using the self-checkout lanes. If a holiday falls on a Monday, the commissary will be closed the following Tuesday. Handicapped personnel are also authorized to enter using the early bird hours. Military personnel in uniform are authorized to go to the head of the line with 15 items or fewer between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. For more information, call the commissary at 530-634-2422.
The office of the Staff Judge Advocate, at 17801 Warren Shingle Road, provides several important services for newcomers to Beale, including legal assistance (wills and powers of attorney, notary services and legal advice), assistance in filing claims for loss or damage to personal property (household goods claims), and state and federal income tax preparation.
The office provides legal assistance to active-duty personnel, their dependents and retirees. Licensed attorneys are available for advice and consultation on personal civil legal matters (landlord-tenant issues, divorce, custody, consumer issues, leases, residency and many other issues). The legal office also offers assistance in the preparation of legal documents and instruments such as wills, bills of sale and powers of attorney. In addition, there are helpful preventive law brochures to provide guidance on domestic relations, wills, consumer law and other legal topics.
Walk-in legal assistance is available noon to 2 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, 1 to 3 p.m. Wednesday, 10 a.m. to noon Thursday and 11 a.m. to noon Friday. Copies of the various brochures can be obtained by visiting the legal office. Notary services are offered 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Claims for lost or damaged household goods, privately owned vehicles shipped at government expense and theft or vandalism of private property on the installation may be filed with the claims office by calling 530-634-3294/3295. The claims office conducts a claims briefing at 10 a.m. Thursday. Forms and instructions necessary for filing a claim will be provided at the briefing.
Two important things to keep in mind for household goods claims: noting the damage on the DD Form 1840/1840R (pink forms) and turning in the DD Form 1840/1840R to the legal office within 70 days of delivery.
First, it is important to note the damages or loss on the DD Form 1840 at the time of delivery and unpacking. If loss or damage is discovered at a later date, annotate the specified damage on the reverse side of the DD Form 1840 (DD Form 1840R) and bring all copies of the DD Form 1840 and 1840R to the claims office within 70 days from the date of delivery.
Failure to note damage or loss or to deliver the forms within 70 days from the date of delivery may have adverse effects on your claim. Although claimants have two years from the date of delivery to file a claim for loss or damage, it is not recommended to wait until the statute of limitations are about to expire to file a claim.
INCOME TAX PREPARATION
The tax center, at 6008 B St., provides free state and federal tax return preparation and filing. This service is normally offered January through April 15 but is expanded for returning deploying members and their families. For more information, contact the tax center at 530-634-5536.
The Non-Appropriated Fund Human Resources Office, at 17855 Warren Shingle Road, Suite 179, accepts applications for employment for off-duty military and family members. Applications are accepted for a variety of positions.
Active-duty members must complete an AF Form 3902, Application and Approval for Off-Duty Employment, upon acceptance for employment. For information regarding appropriated civilian vacancies and to submit a resume, visit www.nafjobs.org. For more information, call 530-634-2241 or DSN 368-2241.
The Civilian Personnel Section is located at 17855 Warren Shingle Road, Building 25215. For information regarding appropriated civilian vacancies, Federal employment in general, and to submit a resume, visit www.usajobs.gov. Executive Order 13473, authorizes noncompetitive appointments in the civil service for spouses of certain members of the armed forces. This authority can be used for temporary, term, or permanent positions consistent with the provisions of 5 CFR 315.612 and 5 CFR 316. This hiring authority does not constitute a hiring preference for eligible military spouses or entitlement to a federal job. Spouses must apply to a job announcement on USAJOBS and must be qualified for the position. To learn more about the federal hiring process, how to assess your skills and interests to match potential career opportunities, and employment information in general, please visit the PCSing to Beale link on the base website at www.beale.af.mil. For more information, contact the civilian personnel section at 530-634-2255.
Airman and Family Readiness Center - 9TH FSS
Military life can be challenging for service members and their families. The Airman & Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) helps individuals and families prepare for those challenges with workshops, counseling services, special events, self-help books, reference material and computer programs. If you’re unsure of where to turn, the A&FRC should be your first stop.
The A&FRC is at 17800 13th St., on the corner of 13th and B streets. The A&FRC website has further details and links at www.bealefss.com/afrc, or call 530-634-2863 or DSN 368-2863 for more information. The following is a general description of services available.
PERSONAL AND FAMILY READINESS
Personal and Family Readiness provides support services to assist military members and their families during deployments and TDYs longer than 30 days. At pre-deployment briefings, information and material on emotional changes, relationships and children’s reactions and tips on how to stay connected are provided. Morale calls are available to all deployed members (single or married). Authorized individuals can make two 15-minute phone calls per week to the deployed member, provided there is a designated DSN line available at the deployed or remote location. The AFAS Car Care Because We Care program offers a free oil change and safety inspection. Returning Home Care Program offers 16 hours of free child care in a licensed Family Child Care Home. Give Parents a Break certificates are available for spouses of deployed members for free child care at the Child Development Center. Hearts Apart Dinners are offered quarterly for families of deployed and remote members. Food, entertainment and door prizes are provided, as well as free on-site child care with child-appropriate activities. The A&FRC website has further details and links at www.bealefss.com/afrc, or call 530-634-2863 or DSN 368-2863for more information.
PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
Many people cite financial problems as their primary cause of stress. The Personal Financial Readiness (PFR) program can assist Airmen and families in managing their finances more effectively. Whether you’re struggling to make ends meet or are planning a major purchase such as a vehicle or home,PFR can help with classes and individual consultations. The A&FRC also offers classes in managing credit, banking, car buying, homebuying, investing and budgeting.
AIR FORCE AID SOCIETY
The Air Force Aid Society (AFAS) is the official charity of the Air Force and is in the A&FRC. AFAS provides special Community Enhancement Programs (Child Care for PCS, Give Parents a Break, Car Care Because We Care and more). AFAS can also provide interest-free loans or grants to help with essential needs when an Airman is dealing with an unforeseen emergency. Basic living expenses, emergency travel and vehicle repairs are some categories of assistance that AFAS might be able to help with. Each case is evaluated individually on its own merits.
The Relocation Assistance program educates Airmen and their families to help alleviate some of the stress associated with a PCS move. Personal consultation and workshops such as Smooth Move help members limit the amount of out-of-pocket expenditures incurred during a PCS move.
Information is provided to newcomers at the Wing Right Start and Information Fair to assist Airmen in getting settled into their new work center and community. Happy Landings is a “Welcome to Beale” event designed to assist newly arrived spouses in quickly developing their connections at Beale Air Force Base and with the local community. Paid child care is available; morning refreshments and lunch are also provided. Members are encouraged to take advantage of the AFAS community enhancement initiative, Child Care for PCS, which offers 20 hours of child care per child for members arriving at or departing from Beale. The Child Care for PCS program also extends the 20 hours of child care per child to members who are retiring (TDRL included).
SCHOOL LIAISON OFFICER
The school liaison officer (SLO) provides up-to-date educational resources and information to military families with school-age children. Whether you are en route to Beale, are currently assigned here or are PCSing to a new duty station, the SLO is available to assist you at 530-634-3539.
EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY MEMBER PROGRAM
The Exceptional Family Member Program is designed to provide support to military family members with special needs. EFMP services include a variety of personnel, medical and family support functions. The family support function of EFMP is provided by the A&FRC. That includes, but is not limited to,on- and off-base information and referral, parent training, support groups, relocation assistance, financial management and school information.
TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
The Transition Assistance Program (TAP) provides a five-day workshop co-sponsored by the Department of Labor, Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense designed to provide job assistance and separation services for Airmen and their families. The program provides opportunities and aids in the successful transition into a career-ready civilian. TAP encompasses transition information and counseling for pre-separation, employment assistance, resources and referrals for education and training, health and life insurance, finances, Reserve affiliation, disabled veterans and retirement. The TAP program maintains a variety of employment resources in the Discovery Resource Center such as books, newsletters and magazines about resumes, cover letters, interviewing and identifying a career that is suited to your personality type. Also, current job postings and job fair listings from both the surrounding areas of Beale Air Force Base and nationwide are also available for job seekers.
The Career Focus program offers group classes and individual appointments to assist in the job search process in both civilian and federal employment. Family members are able to find a variety of tools at the A&FRC to assist with career planning and development, with topics including resume writing, interviewing, self-assessment, networking and education. We also have information about the new Military Spouse Employment Partnership, which partners Fortune 500 companies with the Department of Defense in an effort to make it easier for military to find employment and keep employment during their multiple PCSs. Our goal is to provide family members with the resources and tools that will increase their success for employment in today’s labor market, with an emphasis on portable skills and careers.
Your A&FRC provides information about volunteer opportunities at Beale and in the local community. Anyone can be a volunteer: Airmen, retirees, family members, students or DOD civilians with access to Beale Air Force Base. Base agency volunteers qualify for paid child care while they volunteer through the AFAS’ Child Care for Volunteers Program. The volunteer program is a great way for spouses to expand their networks, develop skills and gain work experience in this tough economy. Volunteering is a great way to help your community, is good for morale and can help bolster an individual’s EPRor OPR.
PERSONAL AND WORK LIFE
The Personal and Work Life program empowers Airmen and families to increase their skills in daily living and relating to others, to cope with life events and to realize personal potential. The program encourages and enhances communication skills in an effort to enrich and improve the quality of individual and family life needed for effective living. Programs and classes focus on wellness and planning for change, helping build interpersonal skills necessary for family and personal growth.
MILITARY & FAMILY LIFE CONSULTANT PROGRAM
The Military & Family Life counselor (a licensed therapist) is available for counseling with marriage or relationship issues, parenting issues, deployment issues and daily life issues. These sessions are anonymous, and no records are kept. The MFLC is housed within the A&FRC; however, you can contact the MFLC directly at 530-457-7363.
CASUALTY ASSISTANCE REPRESENTATIVE
Located in the A&FRC, the CAR provides dignified, compassionate and humane assistance to family members of active-duty military and other designated persons as promptly as possible when a member is placed in casualty status. The CAR also provides assistance to retired personnel, including change of address to pay records, change in federal and state income tax withholding allowances, answering questions on the Survivor Benefit Plan and assisting spouses with the processing of all claims associated with the death of a retired military member.
The CAR helps process the following forms: Emergency Family Member Travel (EFMT), Servicemembers Group Life Insurance (SGLI), Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP), Traumatic Servicemembers Group Life Insurance (TSGLI), Family Servicemembers Group Life Insurance (FSGLI) and Virtual Record of Emergency Data (vRED). In an emergency, contact the Beale Command Post at 530-634-5700 for assistance.
DISCOVERY RESOURCE CENTER
The Discovery Resource Center (DRC), within the A&FRC, provides walk-in customer access to computer software programs and public Internet (including Wi-Fi connection), free printing and access to scanners and a fax machine. The DRC houses a substantial library with hard-copy resources, CDs and DVDs for individually paced and self-directed exploration on all readiness subjects such as job searching, financial planning, family issues, relocation and much more.
KEY SPOUSE PROGRAM
The Key Spouse program is the official family readiness program that supports Airmen and their families during deployments, separations and emergencies, as well as enhances and encourages regular communication between units and families. The A&FRC provides oversight for this program by offering training and resources and by helping the Key Spouse unit volunteers make connections with other helping agencies. The Key Spouse program enhances mission readiness and offers informal peer-to-peer and wingman family support in an effort to strengthen family resiliency.
Your sponsor is a personal representative of your gaining squadron commander and your new unit. They are trained and assigned to assist you and your family in all aspects of your relocation to Beale Air Force Base. He or she will be knowledgeable about Beale and the surrounding communities and available to aid you from the time you receive notification of assignment to Beale until you are settled in your home and work center. Do not hesitate to ask questions of your sponsor, as they have the resources of the squadron and the relocation assistance professionals at the A&FRC to help them address your concerns and needs. Remember, Beale is a relatively isolated base and unless you are arriving by car, you should coordinate transportation arrangements from the airport to the installation with your sponsor. If you need assistance in obtaining a sponsor, please contact the A&FRC at 530-634-2863 or DSN 368-2863.
Emergency response is available 24 hours a day and is accessed through the 911 telephone system. After-hours urgent or emergency medical care is provided by local civilian health care facilities.
The appointment line is accessible 24/7 at 530-634-2941. Select the appropriate option to book an appointment for family health, pediatrics, flight medicine, women’s health and optometry. The Nurse Advice Line is also an option to speak with a nurse and receive advice for home care, book an acute clinic appointment or receive an urgent care referral.
FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC
The Family Health Clinic delivers comprehensive primary care services using the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) team-based health care model for all ages. The dynamic team is composed of physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses and medical technicians that employ a partnership between the patient and their health care team, focusing on preventative care, which optimizes wellness. Other services include disease management and case management.
Other responsibilities include disease management and nurse and technician-run clinics under the supervision of the Primary Care Manager (PCM). Women’s Health services are also provided or referred as necessary to the civilian network.
The Pediatric Clinic delivers comprehensive services using the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) team-based health care model from birth to 17 years old. Their energetic team is comprised of pediatricians, a registered nurse and medical technicians dedicated to the health and welfare of children.
WOMEN’S HEALTH CLINIC
The Women’s Health Clinic is staffed by a nurse practitioner with a special interest and expertise in caring for women with an emphasis on prevention and education. Patients are referred to our network of specialty providers when needed. Obstetrical care is referred to our network of specialty providers.
PHYSICAL THERAPY CLINIC
The Physical Therapy Clinic offers comprehensive treatment and consultative services to patients who have been referred by their PMCH team. It provides evaluation and treatment options for various musculoskeletal injuries and provides education to patients about their condition, appropriate exercises and therapeutic stretches that optimize healing.
MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC
Services are available for active-duty personnel only. Nonactive-duty beneficiaries can receive these services through the TRICARE network in the local community. Mental health offers evaluation and short-term treatment of depression, anxiety, combat stress and post-traumatic stress disorder, individual and family counseling, psychological assessment, group therapy, stress and depression management, substance abuse evaluations and social work services. Active-duty personnel requiring inpatient services may be referred to Travis Air Force Base or the TRICARE network.
ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT
Services are available and offer evaluation for alcohol abuse and dependency as well as alcohol and drug abuse prevention education. Active-duty personnel requiring inpatient or higher-level services may be referred to the TRICARE network.
Family Advocacy offers short-term marital therapy, family maltreatment prevention counseling, New Parent Support Program (for parents with children under 3) and a broad range of family-related classes and educational presentations to active-duty personnel and their family members. Patients may self-refer by calling 530-634-3240 or be referred by their PCM, commander or chaplain. Further information may be obtained by calling 530-634-3420.
The Immunizations Clinic provides a full spectrum of vaccinations for all ages to active-duty personnel, retirees and military dependents. The clinic follows the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for routine vaccine administration. Allergy testing and immunotherapy services are available by referral from the PCMH team.
The pharmacy fills more than 6,000 prescriptions per month or 300 per day. Prescription service is available for all eligible beneficiaries. Please ensure you check in at the pharmacy to activate your medication renewals from your provider. The pharmacy may dispense up to a 90-day supply of chronic medication with refills for one year if requested by your provider and allowed by law.
The pharmacy is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday and 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. Prescriptions from civilian providers will be honored if the prescribed medication is on our formulary. The Beale Clinic Pharmacy stocks all items on the DOD Basic Core Formulary (BCF), as well as many other medications.
Prescriptions are refilled by using the pharmacy’s 24-hour telephone refill service at 530-634-2859 or 877-471-4768. Refill requests called in before noon will be ready the next duty day after 2 p.m.; requests after noon will be ready in two duty days after 2 p.m.
Questions may be directed to the pharmacy staff at 530-634-2337.
The laboratory is accredited by the College of American Pathologists. Limited laboratory services encompass most routine procedures used to treat a normal healthy population and most acute care scenarios. Many specialized tests can be performed through military reference laboratories; this averages seven to 10 days for receipt of results unless the provider determines a more urgent response is needed.
TRICARE network laboratories are used when other limitations dictate (e.g., specimen viability, transportation time, etc.). Questions may be directed to the laboratory staff at 530-634-4450.
Services include routine radiological examinations and mammograms. All reports are interpreted off-site by Travis Air Force Base radiologists through a teleradiology program. Routine radiological exams are performed Monday through Friday with mammograms performed Tuesday and Thursday. Questions may be directed to the diagnostic imaging staff at 530-634-4810.
TRICARE OPERATIONS AND PATIENT ADMINISTRATION
The Patient Administration office can assist you with items such as travel arrangements for medical TDY appointments, obtaining copies of your medical records and in/outprocessing information, as well as an array of other administrative functions.
To contact the Patient Administration office, please call 530-634-4001. The Referral Management Center provides patients with specialty care referrals, consultations and advice concerning treatment options. Questions about health benefits should be directed to the TRICARE Service Center representatives.
Our beneficiary counseling and assistance coordinator can help you make informed decisions regarding your health care needs by calling 530-634-4817. The Patient Administration staff is available 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
FLIGHT MEDICINE CLINIC
The Flight Medicine team serves the needs of our active-duty flight crew members, air traffic controllers, special operational duty personnel, special occupational exposure personnel, select support personnel and associated family members.
In addition to treating patients and providing preventive and self-care guidance, Flight Medicine responsibilities include responding to in-flight emergencies, performing shop safety visits and inspections, functioning as medical experts and consultants to all aerospace medicine duties, staffing two year-round deployed locations, and augmenting safety and accident investigation boards as needed.
We are the base office of primary responsibility for review of all mobility and duty restriction profiles (AF Form 469) and overseas PCS and security clearances.
The Dental Clinic provides general dentistry services with some limited surgical capabilities to include intravenous conscious sedation of patients. The dental staff provides general dental care for active-duty members. Retirees and dependents are limited to space-available care only. Please call the dental clinic directly at 530-634-4781/4782. After normal working hours or during weekends, emergency dental treatment is available.
Family members of active-duty personnel can obtain dental care through enrollment in the TRICARE dental plan administered by MetLife; call 855-638-8372 for more information. Retirees can obtain dental care through enrollment in the TRICARE Retiree Dental Program; call 888-366-3260 for more information. Dental questions may be directed to the dental appointment desk at 530-634-4781.
The Optometry Clinic treats most acute eye problems, to include diseases, infections (e.g., pink eye) and minor eye injuries. The clinic supports the warfighter and aviator PRK laser eye surgery and aviator soft contact lens programs, plus provides “frame of choice” glasses, gasmask inserts and specialized high-altitude inserts for active-duty members. Retirees with a current prescription may order glasses.
Eye examinations are available for active-duty personnel and TRICARE Prime enrollees. Others are treated on a space-available basis. Additional services include flightline driver’s license color vision tests, flying-class physical eye exams and DOD Medical Exam Review Board physical eye exams. Appointments are scheduled through the Central Appointment office at 530-634-2941. Retirees and their family members not enrolled in TRICARE Prime are seen on a space-available basis.
Our mission is to prevent disease for all of Team Beale (active-duty personnel, contractors, civilians and TRICARE beneficiaries) whether at Beale Air Force Base, deployed or in the local community.
We have two elements: Community Health and Force Health.
In Community Health, we conduct vector surveillance to mitigate vector-borne diseases and control pest nuisances. Our job includes inspection of all public and food facilities on Beale Air Force Base. We also provide food handler training for any food establishment supervisors and design prevention and health education plans for all communicable disease situations such as sexually transmitted infections, flu outbreaks and tuberculosis. We approve all temporary food establishments such as bake sales, barbecues and other fundraisers involving food sold or given away on Beale.
In Force Health, our primary focus is in occupational health, preventative health assessments and deployment medical clearances. Force Health is the starting point for all medical deployment clearances of every active-duty member, mission-essential civilian and contractor.
Public Health provides travel medicine briefings for any eligible medical beneficiary traveling to high disease risk areas as well as medical intelligence briefs for each deployment location. We participate in major public health emergency disaster exercises. For more information on the services provided by Public Health, call 530-634-4945.
Health Promotion is the cornerstone to achieving the Air Force surgeon general’s vision that “Our supported population is the healthiest and highest performing segment of the U.S. by 2025.” The Health Promotion coordinator and dietitian collaborate with medical and nonmedical stakeholders to facilitate positive health behaviors. They actively engage with the base Integrated Delivery System and Community Action Information Board to address population-based health initiatives that involve multiple functional communities. The Health Promotion coordinator and dietitian are available for health promotion and education outreach activities by calling 530-634-3500. For tobacco cessation information, please call 530-634-3594.
Bioenvironmental Engineering (BE) manages Industrial Hygiene, Readiness and Environmental programs to evaluate and recommend controls for industrial operations that may have potential noise, chemical, radiological and biological health hazards, as well as collect potable water, industrial waste and environmental samples for analysis and interpretation.
Other important responsibilities include consulting on radiation safety, planning prevention of and responding to weapons of mass destruction events, as well as involvement with the Fetal Protection Program. The results are used for indications of adverse trends for pollution prevention and ensure compliance with state and federal standards. BE is also responsible for the Industrial Respiratory Protection Program, the Gas Mask Quantitative Fit Test Program and Heat Stress Program.
Information about community or work environments can be obtained by calling 530-634-2045 during normal duty hours. The Bioenvironmental Engineering office is at 6601 B St.
The Airman’s Attic is staffed by volunteers from the community and offers members ranks E-5 and below used, serviceable appliances, furniture, household items, children’s clothing and more, free of charge. Items are not available to dormitory residents. Donations are accepted by calling 530-634-5640or DSN 368-5640. The program is at 2459 Robert Nicoletti Way behind the Health and Wellness Center.
The Beale chapel staff welcomes you and your family and invites you to join a vibrant and exciting chapel program. Their mission is to support the spiritual fitness of base personnel and their family members. They accomplish this by providing opportunities to adhere to beliefs, principles or values needed to persevere and prevail in accomplishing the mission. There are two chapels at Beale. The Valley Chapel is at 6199 C St. The Foothills Chapel is in the family housing area at 15001 Camp Beale Highway. Both chapels can be reached by calling 530-634-4705. Catholic Mass schedule at Foothills Chapel: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Confession; 10:30 a.m. Sunday Mass; 11:30 a.m. Monday, Tuesday and Friday daily Mass. Protestant worship schedule at Valley Chapel: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Praise Service. For information on other spiritual opportunities, call the chapel office at 530-634-4705. The chapel staff stands ready to assist individuals and families with counseling services and referrals when needed. Couples who are planning to marry in the chapel are asked to call the chapel office as soon as possible for coordination and requirements. Regular duty hours at the chapel are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For the off-duty emergency chaplain, call the command post at 530-634-5700.
The base exchange is at 17600 25th St., Building 2434. This facility offers authorized patrons a full assortment of retail merchandise. For more information, call 530-634-0200.
Base exchange hours are:
8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday
closed Monday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday
The following concession activities are also available in the main exchange building, but hours are varied and subject to change:
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday
6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday
9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday
Missy’s Mochas & More (Clinic)
7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday
Johan’s Coffee Shop (Flightline)
6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday
10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
Military Clothing Sales Storeand Alteration Shop
8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday
The Flightline Barbershop
Located on the flightline at 19501 Edison Ave., Building 1086.
7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Wednesday
The Main Service Station
Located at 5950 J St., Building 362.
6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday
24-hour credit card gas service is available at this location.
The Capehart Shoppette andFilling Station
Located in the base housing area near the Vassar Lake gate at 5000 E. Garryana Drive, Building 3304.
6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
24-hour credit card gas service is available at this location.
Subway (Capehart Shoppette)
7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday
Westside Pizza(Community Center)
10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Saturday
Located at 6200 A St., Building 2447.
6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday (drive-thru 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.), 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday (drive-thru 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.) and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday (drive-thru 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.).
The Financial Services Office, at 17855 Warren Shingle Road, is a customer service organization providing prompt and accurate pay support to military members and civilian employees. Behind-the-scenes activities include payments to commercial vendors and other government agencies for supplies, equipment and services, as well as maintenance of accounting systems that track annual expenditures in excess of $100 million. Customer assistance is available on a walk-in basis 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Inprocessing is held at 8:30 a.m. Monday and Wednesday in the Military Personnel Flight conference room. Inprocessing is scheduled through your unit’s Commander’s Support Staff.
If you plan on taking Permissive TDY for house hunting or leave after arriving, please inprocess with our office first to prevent over or under payment of Military Pay entitlements. Members are required to inprocess with finance no later than five days from their date of arrival at Beale.
Travel settlements are typically paid within five workdays. Members seeking additional funds to set up households may draw advance pay up to 180 days after arrival with their commanders’ approval. Also, all members can use the government travel card for all official travel-related expenses. Be sure to visit your departing FSO within 30 days of your departure so they can brief you concerning your PCS pay and travel entitlements and prepare your records for departure. The FSO may be reached at DSN 368-2218 or commercially at 530-634-2218.
Sierra Central Credit Union operates out of three primary locations in the local area: the base branch, at 17602 25th St., near the base exchange and commissary; the Yuba City branch at 820 Plaza Way; and the Marysville branch at 422 Fourth St.
The credit union has 15 branches in Northern California. Additionally, it operates other offices in Red Bluff, Redding, Chico, Citrus Heights and at the Sierra Army Depot in Herlong, California. The credit union provides a broad variety of savings and lending services. It also provides share draft (checking) and Visa card programs.
It is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday. The Beale Air Force Base branch mailing address is P.O. Box 9070, Beale Air Force Base, CA 95903. The phone number is 530-671-4411 or 800-222-7228 for long-distance callers.
If you have access to the Internet, you may visit Beale’s home page at www.beale.af.mil. The page contains information about the base, various units and commanders. The next time you’re surfing the Web, check us out.
Community Support Coordinator
The 9RW/CVB manages the wing’s Resiliency Initiative, including the Comprehensive Airman Fitness (CAF) program, which promotes mental, physical, social and spiritual fitness for all military members, their family members and DOD civilians. Additionally, the office supports and encourages building a strong Beale community by helping to coordinate the activities and services of our support service agencies.
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
The SAPR Office’s key mission is to provide a 24/7 response to individuals who have experienced sexual assault. SAPR staff have privileged communication and are available to assist individuals with making informed decisions regarding restricted and unrestricted reporting as well as providing information and resources. If an individual decides to file a report with the SAPR Office, staff are available to provide ongoing support and advocacy for victims throughout the entire process. A second key part of the SAPR Office’s mission is prevention. The SAPR Office provides training to 100% of Team Beale to include all military and defense civilians. SAPR Office staff may be reached at 530-634-3339/4400 or by calling the 24/7 Crisis Hotline at 530-634-4000.
The primary objective of EO is to improve mission effectiveness by promoting an environment free from institutional and personal discrimination that prevents members from rising to their highest potential. The mandate of EO is to help commanders and supervisors at all levels conduct programs for equal opportunity and treatment.
The EO office is a wing staff agency responsible for implementing the wing commander’s EO program. Its goal is to educate all personnel on Air Force policy and ensure the mission is not impeded because of human relations conflicts. The staff routinely assists civilians, retirees, military members and their families with EO-related concerns and other referrals. EO advisers stand ready to assist you.
The EO office is in the Family Support building at 17800 13th St., on the corner of 13th and B streets. Call 530-634-2077 or DSN 368-2077 for information.
Base Advisory Council
Another line of communication between the base populace and Beale agencies is the base advisory council. The council is a sounding board for senior commanders on the base. Each unit at Beale has a squadron council and nominates representatives to the base advisory council. The goal of the council is to identify opportunities to improving base quality of life, investigate problems among base people, and investigate problems and research solutions dealing with many aspects of life.
9th Force Support Squadron, Military Personnel Sec
The MPS, at 17855 Warren Shingle Road, is the single focal point for obtaining information on personnel programs and policies. It serves as the initial point of contact between the customer and MPS. When a customer visits the MPS Customer Support Element, a personnel professional will provide customers the assurance that someone is available, cares and has the expertise to help resolve personnel issues. The Career Development Element will provide assistance with PCS assignments, re-enlistments, extensions, special actions and promotions. The Force Management Element will provide assistance and expertise with evaluations, UIFs, duty titles and duty statuses. MPS customer service walk-in hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. For more information, call 530-634-4005, option 1.
Veterinary Treatment Facility
The Beale Veterinary Clinic provides service to privately owned pets whose owners are enrolled in the DEERS program. It vaccinates new pets and updates annual shots on older pets. Appointments may be scheduled weekly for routine vaccinations, and sick calls may be made for things such as ear mites, ear infections, skin checks and other minor problems. All pets must be registered within five days of being brought on base. Owners should have an identification tag with name and address placed on the collar. Owners must maintain current rabies vaccination status of their dogs, cats and horses. Registration and immunizations are obtained at the base veterinary clinic at 17751 23rd St., Building 25504. Hours are 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 to 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday; closed Thursday. Call 530-634-2104 for an appointment. People living off base should check county or city laws for pet requirements.