The Army Substance Abuse Program hosted an open house March 4 to introduce the community to the resources available under the program.
“We want to highlight all the programs that fall under the ASAP umbrella,” said Sandra Class, Army Substance Abuse and Suicide Program manager. “We can help with any issue. It’s more than just drug and alcohol.”
According to Class, ASAP and the Employee Assistance Program can also help individuals with workplace conflict, stress, financial issues and other issues.
“If there’s an issue preventing high performance, we want to fix it and get the person back to functioning in high performance,” Class said.