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Welcome to the Army Substance Abuse Program

The Army Substance Abuse Program mission is to strengthen the overall fitness and effectiveness of the Army´s workforce, to conserve manpower and enhance the combat readiness of Soldiers.Learn more about the ASAP Mission

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Get the latest information about substance abuse prevention. Find the types of services, policies and facts related to alcohol and drug abuse prevention ASAP has to offer. Get Help Here

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Alcohol & Drug Facts

The alcohol and drug section of the website provides information on alcohol and a variety of drugs of abuse. Included in this section are an Alcohol and Drug Guide, MS PowerPoint presentations, Lesson Plans and free promotional materials. Learn More

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Laws & Regulations

The ASAP laws and regulation section is designed to provide anyone interested with an understanding of the specific requirements mandated by regulation, guidelines, instructions or policy which govern critical decisions related to the Army Substance Abuse Program. Learn More

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ASAP Resources

The ASAP Resources section offers information on guidelines to commanders, curriculum on prevention education, protocol for drug testing and the Employee Assistance Program. The goal is to expand the capacity of support for Soldiers and the Civilians employed in the various Army communities.Learn More

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Campaigns & Events

The ASAP campaign department assists Army Installations with an awareness of various alcohol or drug abuse prevention worldwide campaigns. Campaigns are to assist installations with promoting, marketing and educating their specific populations on strategies for substance abuse prevention. Campaigns are designed to decrease the negative attitudes that surround substance abuse and encourage Soldiers to support their fellow Soldiers, Family members or friends who may be living with alcohol or other drug problems. Learn More

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