Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)

The Fort Belvoir Army Substance Abuse Program's mission is to sustain readiness and promote a healthy lifestyle in the Fort Belvoir community by providing education and quality assistance in order to reduce the impact of alcohol and other drug abuse that affects Soldiers, their families, civilian employees and retirees.


Prevention and Education Training Services:

  • Provide Employee Assistance Program (EAP) education services
  • UPL certification/recertification courses
  • Suicide Prevention Training
  • Substance Abuse Prevention/Awareness Training


Contact Us:

  • ASAP Program Manager - 703-805-1089
  • ASAP Supervisor - 703-805-1093
  • Employee Assistance Program Coordinator (EAPC) - 703-805-5588
  • Installation Biochemical Test Coordinator (DTC) - 703-805-1029/4428
  • Risk Reduction Program Coordinator - 703-805-2587
  • Prevention Branch Supervisor - 703-805-1093
  • Prevention Coordinator - 703-805-1010
  • Suicide Prevention Program Manager - 703-805-5529
  • SUDCC (Clinical Services) - 571-231-1375
  • Drug Testing Coordinator - 703-805-4428
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

         Press 1 for the Military Crisis Line


Lethal Means Safety:

Lethal Means are methods used in a suicide attempt.

580 service members died by suicide in 2020, 64.3% of Active-duty, 75.3% of Reserve, and 79.8% of National Guard by firearm (DoD, ASR). Research has shown that a suicide attempt can occur within 5-10 minutes from idea to action. Lethal means safety is the practice of safely storing means that could be used in a suicide attempt. Increasing time and distance between an individual in crisis and a lethal mean allows for intervention and reconsideration. These simple actions can save lives!

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Helpful Resources:

Active-Duty Service Member Guide to Accessing Mental Health Care in the National Capital Region

Partnership for a Drug-Free America

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Alcoholics Anonymous

Smoking Cessation Assistance

Military OneSource

The Meth Project

Are you That Guy?

Suicide Prevention Program