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Joint Base San Antonio
Joint Base Substance Abuse Program
Office Hours: 0730-1630, M-F
Military Supplies/Specimen Turn In: 0730-1100/1300-1400

Civilian Testing: 0800-1100/1300-1400


Welcome to the Army Substance Abuse Programs' (ASAP) website. ASAP is responsible for providing guidance and leadership on all non-clinical alcohol and other drug policy issues; developing, establishing, administering, and evaluating non-clinical alcohol and other drug (AOD) abuse prevention, education, and training programs; overseeing the Military, Drug Free Workplace and biochemical testing programs.



  1. The primary goal of the ASAP website is to provide soldiers, commanders, Unit Prevention Leaders (UPL) and all other members of the Army community with an informative, user-friendly online environment. Those utilizing the site have access to a multitude of information on our Biochemical Testing Programs, Risk Reduction Program (RRP), Soldier Assistance Program (SAP), Employee Assistance Program (EAP), alcohol and drug abuse prevention training materials, as well as general information about our Agency.

    Fort Sam Houston ASAP program is under the guidance of the Alcohol and Drug Control Officer who oversees the prevention training for the post military and civilian members and surrounding community, the biochemical testing for permanent party, and students and selected civilians assigned to the community.


    Thanks from your ASAP Staff.