Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)
Substance Abuse Program: Building 7424
The Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) is a repository for a continuum of programs and services developed and designed to support the mission of Fort Riley.
The Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) supports 1st Infantry Division Commanders with proactive programs that focus on prevention education and training. The following programs are implemented:
*A five-day Unit Prevention Leaders (UPL) Certification Course conducted by the DTCP staff monthly, at Bldg. 7424.
NOTE: For BPL/UPL recertification information; contact the DTCP at (785) 239-4151.
Leadership Training classes are presented to:
*New Commanders and First Sergeant's quarterly
*New Staff Officers, G1/S1 once a quarter
*New Civilian Supervisors quarterly
Command and Staff briefings presented to:
*Commanding General and Garrison Commander quarterly
*New Battalion and Brigade Commanders within 60 days of assuming command
*Newcomers briefing conducted by Prevention Services at Fort Riley weekly
Unit classes are conducted by Unit Prevention Leaders with Prevention Staff providing "train the trainer" assistance as needed.
Military Units Evaluations:
*Prevention Services conduct High Risk Assessments as requested
*The Drug Test Coordinator and Training Instructors inspect Fort Riley's unit urinalysis collection procedures once yearly
*Prevention Services conducts alcohol and drug awareness campaigns four times a year
For further information; please contact the staff at the Drug Test Collection Point, Building 7424, at (785) 239-4151.
ICE (Interactive Customer Evaluation)
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Prevention Services keeping In Touch, with You, our customer!
Through InTouch you will receive information on current Events, Issues, Reminders and Opportunities within all our programs. Commanders, First Sergeants, and UPLs should sign up for the ASAP InTouch message system to keep current with UPL Certification courses, and information regarding the ASAP Program.
Soldier Risk Reduction Program
This program places prevention resources on the identified high-risk behaviors and assists in maintaining Soldier and unit readiness.
Fort Riley's Prevention Services
What does the Prevention Services Team here at Fort Riley do for our units, civilians, family members?
Prevention Services Public InformationThis page is provided as a public service by the Army Substance Abuse Program, Prevention Services, Fort Riley, Kansas.
Click this link for outstanding organizations and drug and alcohol information. These links are a great way for personnel, both military and civilian, to research drug and alcohol campaigns, prevention resources and information.