The Fort Belvoir Army Substance Abuse Program, ASAP, currently serves active-duty Service members from all branches, including Reservists, National Guardsmen, military retirees; family members of active duty and retirees; and civilian employees.
To be eligible for services, Family members must be able to receive services at a military treatment facility; older than age 18; and no longer in high school. Civilian employees can get services through a referral from the Fort Belvoir Employee Assistance Program, or EAP.
EAP appointments can be scheduled by calling (703) 805-1083. Walk-ins are seen at 7:45 a.m. weekdays except Tuesdays.
The program offers group and individual therapy to people who need outpatient, substance abuse counseling. Referrals to higher levels of care can be provided, when warranted.
Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) ServicesPrevention and Education Training Services:
- Provide Employee Assistance Program (EAP) education services
- ASAP education services to family members in support of FRG
- ASAP Re-integration Briefings
- UPL certification/recertification courses
- Unit Risk Inventory Surveys
- Suicide Prevention Training
- MRT Training
- Substance Abuse Prevention/Awareness Training
- Treatment Services:
- Provide EAP assessments, referrals, short term counseling services
- Drug Testing Program Services:
- Military SMART Testing
- Civilian Random and Pre-employment Testing