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Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program (SARP)

Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program (SARP)

The Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program (SARP) clinic is on the third floor of Building 449. The clinic supports all organizations at Naval Submarine Base New London, military branches in southern New England, and metropolitan commands in the Connecticut, New York and New Jersey area. SARP provides screening and assessments for the purpose of making a diagnostic recommendation on personnel who have either identified themselves or whom the command has identified as potential substance abusers, due to substance-related incidents or concerns. These services are primarily provided to active-duty members; however, military dependents over age 18 and retirees are seen on a case-by-case basis based on space availability.

Programs

IMPACT — This is a 20-hour early intervention treatment program taught over a three-day consecutive period.

Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Treatment Programs — Lasts up to 14 working days. This formalized treatment program consists of educational workshops and individual and group counseling.

Continuing Care — This service is delivered via group and individual counseling for members who have completed a formalized inpatient or outpatient treatment program. Patients must contact the respective SARP to schedule an appointment for entrance into this program.

Programs also include facilitation of command outreach, GMTs and referral assistance.

For more information, call 860-694-4837.

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