The JBLM Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) provides education and early intervention to help commanders and service members reduce lifestyle risk factors to increase healthy outcomes. We are committed to understanding our supported units and their missions, anticipating what is needed to sustain mission readiness, and proudly serving as a valued member of the commander’s battle staff.
JBLM ASAP provides the following unit services:
- Substance abuse classes
- Unit Risk Inventory
- Suicide Prevention Training
- Additional Training:
- ADAPT/Prime For Life
Individual Assessment & Treatment are available via:
- Command Directed Referrals
- Appointment Scheduling
For Treatment Services go to your Embedded Behavioral Health (EBH) Clinic:
- Denali EBH: (253)968-4851
- 1-2EBH: (253)966-3640
- 2-2 EBH: (253)967-1481
- 555/17th FA EBH: (253)967-8283
- SOF EBH: (253)966-6104
- Yukon EBH: (253)968-6442
Drug Testing / UPL Training
- Urinalysis turn-ins
- Unit Prevention Leader (UPL) training
For assistance with unit drug testing, or to enroll in UPL training, please call (253) 967-4351 or (253) 967-1415.
McChord Drug Demand Reduction Office: (253) 982-3372
Drug Testing/UPL is located at ⚠ Bldg. 2008-B, N. 3rd Street, JBLM Main.
- I-5 Exit 119 to JBLM-Lewis Main
- Left on West Way, then right onto Pendleton Avenue
- 3rd Street between Pendleton & Liggett Ave.
EBH Clinic List
- 1-2 EBH: 253-966-3640
- 2-2 EBH: 253-967-1481
- SOF EBH: 253-966-6104
1st SFG (A), 4/160th SOAR, 2/75th RGR REG, 5 SFAB
- 17/555 EBH: 253-967-8283
17th FAB, 555th EN BDE, 31st AD, 71st ORD, 48th CH, 7ID HQ, 189th INF, 2ID DIVARTY, I2 CEWS
- McChord BH: 253-982-3684
62nd Airlift Wing, McChord Field
- Rainier EBH: 253-968-4851
All other units, National Guard, and Reserves
- Military OneSource 1-800-342-9647
- Army Resilience Directorate
- Resilient JBLM - A List of Support Services
- ⚠ National Institute on Drug Abuse
- ⚠ Drug Enforcement Administration
- ⚠ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
- ⚠ Operation Supplement Safety
Awareness & Prevention Campaigns
March is Problem Gambling Month
If you or someone you know needs help to overcome problem gambling, or if you would like more information, the following services are available:
- Embedded Behavioral Health (EBH) for Service members (treatment)
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for DoD Civilians & Family members:
- Risk Reduction Program Coordinators (Prevention and Education)
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
- National Problem Gambling Helpline
April is Alcohol Awareness Month
National Alcohol Awareness Month is an annual educational campaign initiated by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence to highlight the dangers of alcohol misuse.
Are you or others concerned about your high risk drinking or substance use?
Email us to enroll in Prime for Life at
Prime for Life is an evidence based drug and alcohol educational course to challenge common beliefs about high risk substance use.
September is Suicide Awareness & Prevention Month
September is National Suicide Prevention & Awareness Month, an annual campaign in the United States to inform and engage the general public about suicide prevention and warning signs of suicide.
Do not forget: ACE= ASK, CARE, ESCORT
⇒ “Are you okay?”
⇒ “Is there something you would like to talk about?”
Red Ribbon Week for Drug Awareness is in October
October 23rd- October 31st is recognized as Red Ribbon Week, an alcohol, tobacco, and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign. It began as a tribute to fallen DEA special agent Enrique Camerena in 1985.
Learn more at ⚠ https://www.redribbon.org
Did you know you can self-refer to the substance abuse prevention course Prime for Life? Yes! Contact our department at (253)967-4530
December is National Drunk & Drugged Driving (3D) Prevention Month
Since 1981, this campaign has helped raise awareness of the perils of driving while under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. With this period being the peak of the holiday season after Thanksgiving and before New Year’s, it is imperative to not only be aware during your travel but to also have a plan.
Here are some tips:
⇒ Plan ahead and designate a sober driver
⇒ Serve food along with alcohol free beverages at gatherings
⇒ Stop serving alcohol 1 to 2 hours before the end of gatherings
Drink responsibly, drive responsibly, and encourage others to do the same!