Substance Abuse: What about it?
People abuse substances such as drugs, alcohol, and tobacco for varied and complicated reasons, but it is clear that our society pays a significant cost.
Abused substances produce some form of intoxication that alters judgment, perception, attention, or physical control.
Drug and/or alcohol abuse will affect your ability to be an effective Warrior, and will inevitably affect your relationships with friends and family, your financial stability, your health, and your career.
Substance abuse and its effect on service members is a high priority, high visibility issue within the military high command.
Programs for education, prevention and treatment are available to service members, including a self-referral program.
View these PowerPoint slide show briefings: Warrior Pride Program , ASAP (Army Substance Abuse Program), and the Self-referral Program.
Commanders and Supervisors
Booklets, Brochures and Flyers
Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) Booklet
Commanders Top 10 Guide to ASAP Booklet
Training Briefings (PowerPoint Slide Shows)
Self-referral Program Documents
Prevention, Treatment and Outreach
Our mission is to provide prevention training, outreach to military families, and treatment resources to increase military discipline, individual performance and combat readiness.
Indiana National Guard Contact
Indiana National Guard
3766 W. Morris Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46241
Office: 317-247-3300 ext 85433
Last updated April 10, 2013