Fort Riley's Prevention Services
Welcome to the Fort Riley Prevention Services.
What we do...
As the Prevention Services Team we continue to utilize emerging technology to enhance our services, efficiency and productivity by disseminating information to our local communites in a cost-effective method. The Internet offers our Prevention Team the opportunity to provide numerous materials and information available to our customers. The Prevention Team is a combination of programs and services developed and designed to support the mission of the 1st Infantry Division.
To strengthen the overall readiness and effectiveness for Fort Riley's military and civlian workforce by enhancing it's combat readiness thru substance abuse prevention of the total community.
The Prevention Team is a personnel readiness program that continues to be vital to the 1st Infantry Division Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) as dictated by statutes and Department of Defense (DoD) Directives. Our Prevention team supports America's Warfighting Center Commanders with:
* A proactive program that focuses on prevention and education.
* Identification of high risk areas and command consultations.
* A single source of authority for effective and efficient program operation.
This information is provided as a public service by the Army Substance Abuse Program, Prevention Services. This site links to a number of useful government sites that provide a broad range of information and data to assist interested individuals in learning more about the general subject of substance abuse.
For additional resources visit the external links provided.
1. Army Center for Substance Abuse Programs public site. Provides general information about the Army's substance abuse program.
2. SAMHSA provides excellent information on substance abuse prevention programs.
3. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention provides information about disease prevention to include information and links on substance abuse.
4. Drug Enforcement Administration general information regarding the work and activities of this organization.
5. The National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information provides information regarding statistics, prevention programming and information regarding alcohol and drug abuse prevention and treatment.
For further information, please contact the staff at the Army Substance Abuse Program, Building 7424, at 785-239-5075/1928 or 785-240-3200/6266 or 6267.
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