Army Substance Abuse Program

(ASAP)

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Organizational Mission

 

     The ASAP is a command program that emphasizes readiness and personal responsibility as it is the Army policy to maintain a workplace that is alcohol and drug free.  In addition to military personnel and their dependents, ASAP services are available to U.S. DOD civilian employees, to include both appropriated and non appropriated fund employees. The ASAP provides prevention education to Soldiers, civilians, family members and retirees. Contact us for these services.

  • Unit Prevention Training

  • Community Awareness Projects

  • Employee Assistance Programs

  • School of Standards Training

  • Civilian Training

  • Commander/FSG Training

  • Community Activities

  • Red Ribbon Campaign

  • National Alcohol Awareness Campaign

  • Military/Civilian Testing

  • Participation in other community events, i.e., Health Fairs and School Awareness Education

  • Risk Reduction Program

  • Installation Prevention Team

 

     Additional information regarding the Army Substance Abuse Program is available at The Army Center for Substance Abuse Program website:
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 http://acsap.army.mil

 

 

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Contact
numbers
 

ADCO

         337-531-1281  

 

Branch Manager ASAP

  337-531-2989

  

 

Installation Biochemical Collection Point

 

 (Military)

  337-531-1963

 

   

   (Civilian)

       337-531-1463

 

Prevention Coordination

          337-531-2031

    

Employee Assistance Coordinator

337-531-1964

 

     Administration

Ph: 337-531-1973

Fax: 337-531-4738
 
Risk Reduction
Coordinator

Ph: 337-531-6187