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 Army Substance Abuse

Hours of Operation

0730-1630 Monday- Friday
(Closed from 1200-1245)

Telephone Number

DSN Phone: 826-7915
Com: 757-314-7915
FAX: 757-314-7574


Bldg 576 Behind the Dental Clinic

Service Overview

The Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) is the outpatient alcohol and drug rehabilitation treatment facility designed for assessments, short-term and long-term treatment to include individual, group counseling, for patients with an addiction to alcohol or other drugs. Master’s level licensed professional counselors who are also certified in addiction counseling perform the assessments.

Mission Statement

The ASAP mission is to strengthen the overall fitness and effectiveness of the Army’s total workforce and to enhance the combat readiness of its soldiers.

Commanders Information

Command directed evaluation include soldiers who have had an alcohol related incident, or a positive drug screen or are suspected to be using drugs or excessive alcohol. The soldier may walk-in anytime during duty hours and must have a DA FORM 8003 completed and signed by his supervisor/commander.

Patient Information

Services are available for all active duty personnel within the Ft. Eustis, Ft. Monroe, and Ft. Story catchment area. Self-referrals are welcome. Referrals to civilian programs (TRICARE approved) are coordinated for retirees and family members

 Behavioral Health Links

  Army Behavioral Health
  Army Substance Abuse Program
  Department of Veterans Affairs
  Family Advocacy Program
  Mild Traumatic Brain Injury / PTSD Program
  Family Advocacy Program "Commanders Guide"
  US Army Family Advocacy Program Online
  AR 608-18
  Family Advocacy Program (FAP), MEDCOM Pam 608-1
  Community Mental Health