ASAP_Logo_2022.pngThe mission of the Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) is to promote the health and wellness of Soldiers, Family Members, and DOD Civilians and retirees through education and initiatives that increase awareness of protective factors and resources contributing to well-being.  
To accomplish its mission, ASAP aims to minimize the negative effects of substance misuse/abuse and maximize efforts on strengthening the overall fitness and effectiveness of the Army’s workforce.
 
ASAP Services
ADCO/CR2I
(706) 791-3437
Oversees the ASAP Program and organizes and facilitates the Senior Commanders Ready and Resilient Council. 
 
Prevention Supervisor
(706)791-5797
Deploys evidence-based services, awareness campaigns, and initiatives to build and sustain readiness.  Assist in delivering substance abuse prevention training and provide educational resources. 
 
Employee Assistance Program Coordinator (EAP)
(706) 791-8500
Provides confidential, short-term, non-clinical counseling and referral services to employees and their family members. Offers training to employees and supervisors on identifying and managing substance abuse issues in the workplace. EAP services brochure
 
ASAP Specialists (Risk Reduction/Prevention Coordinator)
(706) 791-7860
Assist commanders with identifying high risk events and mitigating risk, conduct Unit Risk Inventories (URI) and Reintegration URI surveys, and implement intervention services. Responsible for the Commander’s Risk Reduction Toolkit (CRRT) training and approving CRRT accounts.  To register for a CRRT account, go to https://vantage.army.mil
 
ASAP Specialist (Suicide Prevention/Prevention Coordinator)
(706) 791-3985
Implement control measures to address and minimize risk factors for suicide while strengthening the factors that mitigate those risk to include awareness briefs, small group discussion-based training and ACE-SI.  Provides substance abuse prevention training.
 
Drug Testing Program
(706) 791-2349/ 7987
Deter service members from abusing drugs including illegal drugs and other illicit drugs, a tool for commanders to assess the security, military fitness, good order and discipline of their commands and serve as a basis to take appropriate action, adverse or other (including referral for treatment), with a service member based on a positive test result. For further information, go to LANDWAR NET (https://lwn.army.mil)
 
Army Civilian Fitness Program
The Army Civilian Fitness Program intends to encourage civilian employees to engage in developing or continuing overall healthy lifestyles. Evidence indicates that employees afforded the opportunity to participate in fitness and health promotions programs experience increased readiness and resiliency, enhance morale, increased productivity and increased job and life satisfaction.