Camp Atterbury 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.
CD Clinical - Director is in charge of the clinical ASAP and is your POC for counseling and rehabilitation services.
Counselors – The counselors screen soldiers with potential substance abuse problems and provide treatment and counseling.
SJA – Staff Judge Advocate is your legal advisor for drug and alcohol cases.
ADCO – 812-526-1499 ext 2087
Counselors – 812-526-1499 ext 2408
SJA – 812-526-1499 ext 2504
Post Chaplain – 812-526-1499 ext 1294
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 our councelors for a confidential counseling appointment.
812-526-1499 ext 2408
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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