Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)

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Mission: To create and provide a healthy installation environment, free of substance abuse and substance abuse related problems for servicemen and women, civilian employees, retirees and their families. Our mission is to identify, treat and rehabilitate substance abusers at Fort Lee; to strengthen the overall fitness and effectiveness of the Army's total workforce; and to enhance the combat readiness of its Soldiers.

Location, Hours and Contact Information

Army Substance Abuse Program
Building 12010
3312 A Avenue, 3rd Floor
Fort Lee, VA 23801

Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (closed federal holidays)

Office Room Number Phone Number
Army Substance Abuse Program Manager 333 (804) 765-3941
Employee Assistance Program Manager 341 (804) 734-9693
Drug Testing Coordinator 334  (804) 734-9073
Prevention Coordinator 331 (804) 734-9182
Risk Reduction Program Coordinator 338 (804) 734-9234
Suicide Prevention Program Manager 332 (804) 734-7226

Fax: (804) 734-9694; DSN: 687
Email the Army Substance Abuse Program

Helpful Resources

Online Training

The ASAP Office offers online training to assist Department of the Army Civilians and military personnel in meeting the drug and alcohol training requirements outlined in Army Regulation 600-85, paragraph 2-6. The regulation states that each Soldier is required to receive four hours of alcohol and drug training per fiscal year, and each DA Civilian is required to receive two hours per fiscal year. Please follow the online instructions. Afterwards, scan and email certificates and test results to  usarmy.lee.imcom.mbx.leee-ima-adco@mail.mil.  Each presentation takes approximately 40 minutes to complete.

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Last Updated: 3/23/2017 11:30:52 AM

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