Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)

Mission

The Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) supports readiness by providing information, education, training, and counseling on the health risks posed by substance abuse; enabling the units to accomplish their mission, ensuring unit readiness and individual assistance. The Department of the Army will not tolerate alcohol/drug abuse due to the profound impact upon our defense capability. Consequently, the ASAP has been implemented to combat the ill effects of these problems. The ASAP (formerly the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Program) was established by Executive Order on 28 September 1971 for the purpose of identifying and treating alcohol/drug abuse problems. The primary objective is to restore individuals to full productive performance.

Eligibility/Technical Services

Active duty, family members of active duty, DA Civilian employees, military retirees and their family members. Both the ASAP and the Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Department (SARD) provide a professional staff trained in the biological, psychological, and sociological aspects of chemical dependency. Services provided include:

1. Individual, Group, and Family Outpatient Counseling
2. Command Consultation
3. Arrangement for Inpatient Care
4. Coordination with Self-Help Groups (i.e., Alcohol Anonymous, Alanon, Alateen, etc.)
5. Awareness Prevention Education
6. Biochemical Testing

Location, Hours of Operations & Links

Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Closed during Lunch from 12-1 p.m.
Located on Warner Barracks in Bldg 7089, room 207. Telephone number (0)951-300-1710, DSN 469-1710.

Closed on Federal Holidays.

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