Ready and Resilient
The staff at the Army Substance Abuse Program is ready to help make WSMR personnel resilient. Some of the services and programs provided by the White Sands Army Substance Abuse Program include:
Employee Assistance Program: This program offers services to the workforce and military family members at no cost.
Drug Testing Program: This program administers Army’s comprehensive Drug-Free Workplace (DFW) program and the Department of Transportation (DOT) Workplace alcohol and drug testing program that includes policies and procedures serving both military and civilians.
Counseling Services: Services are provided to both military and civilians.
Suicide Prevention Program: The program supports the Army’s goal to minimize suicidal behavior by reducing the risk of suicide.
Risk Reduction Program: A commander’s tool designed to identify and reduce Soldiers’ high-risk behaviors in 14 target areas.
Prevention Education Program: The program provides education awareness programs in support of a drug-free community.
Members of the Army Substance Abuse program are ready to serve you: Pictured from the top:
Samuel Williams— Clinical Counselor, 678-7813; Left to Right: Adam Judd— Drug Test Coordinator, 678-4689; Sandra Class— ASAP/Suicide Program Manager, 678-1957/993-0831; and Tonya Hancock— Risk Reduction/Prevention Coordinator/EAP, 678-2112/6571.
The Army Substance Abuse Program is located at 1740 Sioux.
Hours of operation are: 7 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
In/Out Processing— Monday-Friday, 1-4 p.m.
Group Sessions— Tuesdays, 9-10:30 a.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1-4 p.m.