ARMY SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM
ASAP Education and Training
Drug and alcohol prevention and education: The Army Center for Substance Abuse Programs’ prevention and training branch develops, establishes, administers, and evaluates Army-wide alcohol and drug prevention, education and training programs. Fort Sill training programs meet their high standards.
Purpose: We provide commanders, unit prevention leaders, Soldiers, DA civilians, contractors and family members education and training to make informed decisions about alcohol and other drug use, to provide commanders the resources and tools to meet their annual four hours of alcohol and other drug awareness training as required by AR 600-85 and provide prevention tools to deter substance abuse.
Required 40-hour training for newly assigned unit prevention leader. Includes training on drugs and alcohol, biochemical testing and substance abuse prevention. For more information, call 580-442-4447 or 4205.
Four-hour training to bring unit prevention leaders up to date on the latest research, regulations and policies changes. UPLs must attend every eighteen months to keep certification current. UPLs need to prepare and be ready to give a 30 minute presentation on Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention. For more information, call 580-442-4447 or 4205.
A 2-day class primarily for individuals who have had a recent alcohol or drug incident. This class is Army certified and will satisfy alcohol and drug education requirements imposed by civilian judges and probation officer's in most states. For more information, call 580-442-1659/4205
The two hour substance awareness presentations are presented to multiple unit audiences at the Resiliency Training Center. Attendance at these presentations will satisfy one of the required four hours for military personnel and two hours for civilian employee's annual substance awareness training. For more information, call 580-442-1659/4205.
Required for Soldiers and DA civilians to attend Ask, Care, Escort training annually. Also provides Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) to all first line supervisors and gatekeepers. For more information, call 580-442-1618/4205
Monthly meetings with a unit’s UPLs. For more information, call 580-442-4447 or 4205.