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Army Substance Abuse Program

LOCATION: McAfee Health Clinic, Occupational Health area, Room 206/207

HOURS: Drug testing hours: 0730-1300
Specimen Collection 0730-1400
Collections or testing after or before the designated times above should be pre-arranged.

PHONE NUMBERS:

ADCO ASAP Representative 575-678-1957
PC ASAP Representative 575-678-6571
DTC ASAP Representative 575-678-4689

MISSION:
White Sands Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) supports combat readiness by providing services which are responsive to the needs of the total workforce and emphasizing alcohol and other drug abuse deterrence and prevention through awareness, prevention, education, biochemical testing and direct services for risk reduction, suicide prevention, and screening, short-term counseling and referral services for DA civilian employees and eligible family members for alcohol and other drug abuse, and other personal problems impacting job performance.

VISION:
Promote a work force free of the effects of drug abuse and misuse of alcohol.

VALUE:
ASAP reflects the Army’s enduring commitment based on Army values. Soldiers are America’s Warriors. The following qualities inspire the sense of pride in their job, uniform, physical fitness and lifestyle that’s free from drug use and alcohol abuse.

P - ERSONAL COURAGE: Possess the Personal courage not to use drugs or abuse alcohol and to notify the Chain of command of Soldiers that do.

R - ESPECT: Show your Respect to the army, your unit, fellow Soldiers, and yourself by staying drug free and drinking responsibly.

I - NTEGRITY: Stay true to the Army Values and Warrior ethos by supporting the Army’s drug and alcohol policies.

D - UTY: Do your duty as a Soldier and stay mentally and physically tough by not using drugs or abusing alcohol

E - XCELLENCE: Exhibit honorable behavior on and off duty – don’t be a substance abuser!

This page was last updated on 8/25/2010 10:00 AM 
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