How to report an anonymous tip using your smartphone:


1. Download the Tip411 app from the App Store.

2. Choose Submit a Tip.

3. Click the link to select an agency and then select Air Force OSI.

4. Fill out the form with as much information as possible.

5. Click Submit.

For Android:

1. Download the app, Air Force OSI Tips on the Google Play store.

2. Choose Submit A Tip.

3. Fill out the form with as much information as possible.

4. Click Submit.

Text Message:

Text AFOSI plus your tip information to 847411 (TIP411)

Web Browser:

1. Go to

2. Fill out the form with as much information as possible.

3. Click Submit.

AFOSI Tip Line Pamphlet


Helping Agencies

ADAPT, 850-283-7511

Airmen and Family Readiness, 850-283-2400/2428/2429

Behavioral Health Optimization Program, 850-283-8573

Drug Demand, 850-283-7511

Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate, 850-290-7073

EFMP-Family Support, 850-283-2400

EFMP-Medical, 850-283-7656

Equal Opportunity, 850-283-4319

Family Advocacy, 850-283-7511

Health Promotion, 850-283-7100

Mental Health, 850-283-7511

Military Family Life Counselor, 850-461-5989

New Parent Support Program, 850-283-7511

Privatized Housing Resident Advocate, 850-890-3850

Religious Affairs, 850-283-3397

School Liaison Officer, 850-283-2220/2201   

Sexual Assault Response, 850-625-1231

Special Victims' Counsel, 850-283-9588


Where do I go for help?



Target Resiliency

Bounce Back is about resiliency. Targeted Resiliency is about YOU.

We realize that in today's Air Force we are doing more mission with less manpower and resources. It is important that we provide on target Mental Health services, giving the squadrons the exact support they need to ensure their personnel's well being, ensuring the success of the mission.

Our staff recognizes that building resiliency with our fellow airmen and their families takes a cross-functional multi-base agency team effort. We will meet this challenge with resiliency-based interventions tailored to meet both the individual and squadron's needs. We believe that resiliency is not a static target but a moving target, one that changes day to day.

Our staff will also offer personalized consultation based resiliency interventions that empower you as a consumer to be in charge of your own resiliency.

A variety of valuable and effective resources are offered on the Comprehensive Airman Fitness Program website.

Four Pillars of CAF

Mental: Approaching life's challenges in a positive way by demonstrating self-control, stamina and good character with choices and actions; seeking help and offering help.

Physical: Performing and excelling in physical activities that require aerobic fitness, endurance, strength, flexibility and body composition derived through exercise, nutrition and training.

Social: Developing and maintaining trusted, valued friendships that are personally fulfilling and foster good communication, including exchange of ideas, views and experiences.

Spiritual: Strengthening a set of beliefs, principles or values that sustain an individual's sense of well-being and purpose.

Spiritual fitness is about having a sense of purpose and meaning in your life. It's essential to an individual's resiliency as esprit de corps is vital to a unit's mission accomplishment.

It includes but not limited to worldviews, religious faith, sense of purpose, sense of connectedness, values, ethics and morals.

Leadership Pathways

Airmen and their families will now receive Leadership Pathways (LP) credit for attending the courses offered through base and are recognized at the squadron, group and wing level for their accomplishments. 

The goal of LP is to  increase learning about life circumstances, leadership and resilience to help others as well as yourself. Seeking knowledge is powerful and as leaders, we can become better equipped with the knowledge to help each other and to lead others. Our Airmen, Air Force civilians and family members are placed in positions as leaders, supervisors, teachers and mentors. 

The Leadership Pathways classes provides the most recent information, so that you may help others in this capacity or help yourself. LP courses will help create communities at Tyndall AFB that give Airmen and their families a sense of belonging to the Air Force community, in which they live, work and play. You will meet others with similar interests and can take a multitude of classes for your own personal and professional development.

1. Go to the Tyndall Leadership Pathways page at

2. Once on the Appointments Plus registration site, first time users will need to create an account. Retuning users can simply log in.

3. After you have logged in, click on the “select class” drop down box and all class titles will appear. Select your class.

4. The class description, along with the dates, available seats, and point of contact will appear. Select the date in which you would like to attend.

5. Finalize the appointment and select how you wish to be reminded. You will automatically receive an email, but you can choose the text option as well.

LP Brochure Feb2018.pdf

Tyndall Leadership Pathways Course Catalog.pdf

Leadership Pathways Class Transcript Form.pdf


National Hotlines

Military One Source
(800) 342-9647

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
(800) 273-8255 (TALK)

National Suicide Hotline
(800) 784-2433 (800-SUICIDE)

National Sexual Assault Hotline
(800) 656-4673 (HOPE)

National Domestic Violence Hotline
(800) 799-7233 (SAFE)

Defense Centers of Excellence
(866) 966-1020 - 24/7 Outreach