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Naval Hospital Oak Harbor > Clinics > Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program

Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program

  Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. by appointment.
  The Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program (SARP) is located on Saratoga Road in trailer R-52.
  Commercial: (360) 257-2394
DSN: 820-2394
FAX: (360) 257-2396
  SARP, Naval Hospital Oak Harbor, is the point of service for all active duty members in the NAS Whidbey Island area. We perform substance use screenings for potential alcohol and drug problems among all active duty members at all host and tenant commands aboard this station. SARP also provides IMPACT education, Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment and case manages addictions treatment in concert with Naval Hospitals Bremerton, Washington and Point Loma and Camp Pendleton California. We provide ongoing continuing care support for patients treated at those facilities and who transfer in from other duty stations and require ongoing support.  We perform educational support for commands and work closely with Command Drug and Alcohol Program Administrators (DAPA’s) to provide care. To access services at SARP, Naval Hospital Oak Harbor, please contact your command DAPA or email us at: SARP.
Links of Interest:
  • DAPA Forms
  • Frequently Asked Question's
  • Treatment Schedule
  • Prevent
  • Impaired Driving Impact Panel of Island County (IDIPIC)
  • DUI Laws
  • The Navy Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Program (NADAP)
  • Drug and Alcohol Program Management Activity (DAPMA) San Diego
  • DAPA Information
  • Links
  • ADMITS - Alcohol and Drug Management Information Tracking System
  • Alcohol Self-Assessment
  • Gambling

    SARPs Online Interactive Customer Evalution (ICE) - Patients are invited to take our online Customer Services Survey every time you visit our facility, especially if you see a difference in the care you receive, whether positive or negative. This is the only way that we have of getting feedback from our beneficiaries to try and make a positive and lasting impression of our facility and most importantly your healthcare treatment.

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