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Army Substance Abuse Programs

Army Substance Abuse Program Clinical Services

2526 22nd St. and Kentucky Avenue
270-412-6883

Drug Testing Services

2551 23rd St. and Kentucky Avenue
270-798-7270

Prevention and Risk Reduction Services

2553 23rd St. and Kentucky Avenue
270-412-0083

Two Army Substance Abuse Programs (ASAP) are available for Fort Campbell Soldiers, families, civilians and retirees.

The educational and training program offers substance abuse prevention classes for the Fort Campbell community, and urinalysis testing, and risk reduction consultation for command teams.

The ASAP counseling and rehabilitation program offers counseling for alcohol and drug problems to active-duty Soldiers. ASAP receives command referrals, medical referrals and self-referrals.

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