Friday, February 22, 2019

Mission Statement

To sustain readiness and promote a healthy lifestyle in the Fort Belvoir community by providing education, quality assistance in order to reduce the impact of alcohol and other drug abuse that affects Soldiers, their families, Civilians Employees and Retirees.

Vision Statement
To reduce the negative impact of substance abuse at Fort Belvoir by providing quality Prevention Education Services.


5815 20th St. BLDG 213
2nd Floor
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060

Hours of Operation
0800 - 1630 Monday through Friday
Closed Holidays and Weekends

Contact Us  
ASAP Program Manager 703-805-1083/1089
ASAP Supervisor 703-805-1093
Employee Assistance Program Coordinator (EAPC) 703-805-5588
Installation Biochemical Test Coordinator (DTC) 703-8051029/4428
Risk Reduction Program Coordinator 703-805-2587
Prevention Coordinator 703-805-1010
Suicide Prevention Program Manager 703-805-5529
SUDCC (Clinical Services) 571-231-1375

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-TALK (8255)
(Press 1 for the Military Crisis Line)
Prevention Program 703-805-3002

Who is eligible for services?

           All Military Personnel, all DOD Civilians and Retiree

What Regulations cover the Army Substance Abuse Program?

         AR 600-85 (Army Substance Abuse Program)
         DA PAM 600-85 (Army Substance Abuse Program Civilian Services

Breath Scan Training

Army Center for Substance Abuse Programs Alcoholics Anonymous Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine - USACHPPM
Battle Mind Jefferson County, NY AA meeting list The Meth Project
Partnership for a Drug-Free America Smoking Cessation Assistance Are you That Guy?
Suicide Prevention Life Line Military One Source Suicide Prevention Program