ASAP - Army Substance Abuse Program
The Army Substance Abuse Program offers outpatient Biopsychosocial-spiritual assessments, diagnosis and treatment recommendations for Active Duty Soldiers on Fort Bragg. We are ONE TEAM with our patients and staff, committed to delivering QUALITY CARE in a QUALITY CARING manner!
IMCOM Mission is to provide Soldiers, Civilians and their families with a quality of life commensurate with the quality of their service.
The ASAP is a Commanders' program which means the Command is intimately involved in the Soldiers care to ensure the best outcome. The program utilizes evidenced based treatment models as well as UPL Drug testing. ASAP is an abstinence based program. Referrals to other military communities include but are not limited to FAP, Medical, Chaplain, Social Work, DOBH, ACS, Veterans Administration and Nutrition to support continuity of care.
The ASAP is focused on returning the soldier to duty as quickly as possible to meet the mission.
We are open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday to new patients from 0730-1000.
We conduct Rehabilitation Team Meetings with commanders, soldiers and the Counselor of record from 1030-1200.
Lunch closed to patients from 1200-1300.
We provide group and individual therapy from 1300-1600.
On Wednesdays we are closed to complete Joint Commission and Administrative responsibilities as well as schedule Psychiatric Assessments with our Clinical Consultant from 0800-1200 and from 1300-1600 on Fridays.
There are Four ASAP Locations on Fort Bragg.
||2235 Quartermaster St. Bldg M-2562|
||4569 Campobello St. Bldg C-2529|
|Bragg West I and II
||5373 Gruber Rd. Bldg C-8837 |
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