The Soldier and Family Readiness Center houses the following programs:


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Army Substance Abuse Program

The Fort Drum Army Substance Abuse Program’s mission is to strengthen the overall fitness and effectiveness of the Army’s total workforce and to enhance the combat readiness of its Soldiers. The ASAP vision is to reduce the negative impact of substance abuse at Fort Drum by providing quality prevention education services.


Contact Us:

  • Alcohol and Drug Control Officer (ADCO): (315) 772-6704

  • Prevention Branch Chief: (315) 772-2727

  • ASAP Specialist: (315) 772-6706 / 2371

  • Drug Testing: (315) 772-9017 / 4636

  • Employee Assistance Program: (315) 772-2597

  • Installation Drug Testing Collection (DTC): (315) 772-3855

  • Risk Reduction Program: (315) 772-6705

  • Suicide Prevention Program: (315) 772-9018

Who is eligible for services?

All DoD ID cardholders: 
Active-duty/Retired/Reserve military personnel and their family members, and DoD civilian employees are eligible.


What regulations cover the Army Substance Abuse Program?





Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The Employee Assistance Program is dedicated to Department of the Army civilians, family members, and retirees who can effectively assist in the identification and referral of substance abuse concerns, family and marital difficulties, gambling or gaming addictions, financial stress, workplace conflicts, and many other issues affecting your well-being at work or home.

Bldg. 10250, 4th Armored Division Drive

(315) 772-2597


Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)

The Exceptional Family Member Program helps to provide support and the required care for family members with disabilities and special needs.

Bldg. 10250, 4th Armored Division Drive

(315) 772-5476


Family Advocacy Program (FAP)

with New Parent Support Program and Victim Advocates

Family Advocacy Program offers a variety of services to strengthen military families through education and activities that promote life skills and cultivate healthy relationships.

Bldg. 10250, 4th Armored Division Drive

(315) 772-5914

Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday


Risk Reduction Program (RRP)

The Risk Reduction Program analyzes and furnishes data to supported commanders to mitigate unit high-risk behaviors in an effort to increase Soldier and unit readiness. The RRP coordinator serves as a liaison to assist command teams with obtaining support from appropriate installation agencies.

Bldg. 10250, 4th Armored Division Drive

(315) 772-6705


Suicide Prevention Program (SPP)

The Suicide Prevention Program works to reduce suicidal behaviors and aims to dispel the myths and stigma surrounding help seeking behavior through awareness and education.

Bldg. 10250, 4th Armored Division Drive

(315) 772-9018





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Soldier and Family Readiness Center

(315) 772-6704

Bldg. 10250

4th Armored Division Drive

Fort Drum, NY 13602

Hours of Operation:

7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Monday through Friday

Closed all holidays