Army Substance Abuse Program
ADCO - The Alcohol and Drug Control Officer is in charge of all non Clinical ASAP functions and is your primary POC for ASAP Issues.
Counselors – The counselors screen soldiers with potential substance abuse problems and provide treatment and counseling. Counselors also provide mental health and specialized assessments.
ADCO – 812-526-1499 ext 1319
Counselors – 812-526-1499 ext 1319
Post Chaplain – 317-247-3300 ext 41591
The Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) is designed so that drug abusers can receive confidential assistance with their drug and alcohol problems.
ASAP is designed:
- To facilitate the identification of alcohol and other drug abusers by encouraging identification through self-referral.
- To facilitate the treatment and rehabilitation of those abusers who demonstrate the potential for rehabilitation and retention.
If you feel that you have a drug or alcohol abuse problem please contact the Substance Abuse Clinic at Fort Knox. We provide services to active duty, along with Family members and Retirees when space is available. For more information, call (502) 626-6189.
For further information on the Army Substance Abuse Program see the ASAP website below:
Indiana National Guard Substance Abuse Prevention, Treatment, and Outreach
Army Substance Abuse Program Website
Army Substance Abuse Program at Fort Knox
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