Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)
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
701 27th St
Fort Lee, VA 23801
Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (closed federal holidays)
Phone: (804) 734-9601/9437; DSN: 687
Fax: (804) 734-9694; DSN: 687
Email the Army Substance Abuse Program
- The Army Center For Substance Abuse
- Risk Reduction and Suicide Prevention Resources
- Army Home Page
- DA Form 8003 (ASAP Enrollment)
- AR 600-85
- New Commanders'/UPL Handbook
- Employee Assistance Program
- The Blood Alcohol Educator
- ACSAP Points of Contact
- Online Presentations
Parents and Family Members
- Meth Project - What does Meth do to your brain?
- The Partnership for a Drug-Free America - Get ready to talk with your teenager about drugs
- Prevention First - A Parent’s Guide to Raising Drug-Free Teens
- The Partnership for a Drug-Free America - Drug Guide
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 click on a link below and review the presentations as a slide show. Afterwards, you will be asked a few questions.The links to the certificates and other sites only work if viewed as a slide show. Each presentation takes approximately 40 minutes to complete.
701 27th Street
Fort Lee, VA 23801
Program Coordinator: (804) 734-9693
The Employee Assistance Program is available to all Department of the Army Civilian employees and is not limited to alcohol and other drug issues; the EAP assists with other concerns as well. Discussions with the EAP coordinator are confidential.
Select the links below for additional training:
- EAP Orientation
- EAP Supervision
- Reasonable Suspicion
- Drug Free Workplace
- Helping to Prevent Suicide
- What You Should Know about Spice
Try the Blood Alcohol Educator. The program is available in both English and Spanish. The Blood Alcohol Educator will give you an overview of the effects of alcohol and an estimate of your Blood Alcohol Content. Keep in mind that the effects depend on the individual, as each person's size, weight and metabolism are different. The program was created by the University of Illinois and the Century Council, and should not be used to determine whether or not to drink and drive.
Please Be Responsible and DO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE.
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