Calling from off-base: 098-978-0356
|Hours: 0730-1630 Mon-Fri
||Location: Camp Foster, Bldg 440|
Contact Information | Services | How to Make a Referral | Related Web Sites
Our mission is to provide timely, consistent and effective care for active duty military members and other eligible beneficiaries with substance abuse and/or gambling disorders, which interfere with their occupational and interpersonal functioning. Through our services, we strive to promote and maintain the operational readiness of forces in the Western Pacific.
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|Duty Counselor: For patients at risk for relapse, a substance abuse counselor is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week on Duty Cell number 090-6861-5218.|
An initial screening to determine if there is a substance related diagnosis. Appropriate recommendations are made.
IMPACT is a 15-hour class provided by the Navy to individuals who have experienced an isolated alcohol related incident or are in need of alcohol education. The class educates individuals about the effects of alcohol on the body and brain and teaches responsible drinking.
Outreach & Education for Military Commands
The drug demand reduction coordinator, alcohol prevention specialist and substance abuse counselors offer outreach and education programs tailored to meet the needs of individual commands.
Outpatient Treatment (OP)
OP is offered to individuals who have been diagnosed with either alcohol abuse or alcohol dependence. Treatment usually lasts two weeks and consists of nine hours of therapy and education each week.
Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
IOP is offered to individuals who have been diagnosed with significant alcohol abuse or alcohol dependence. Treatment usually lasts three weeks and consists of an average of twenty hours of therapy and education each week. Antabuse and naltrexone are also available as indicated.
For individuals at risk for complicated withdrawal from alcohol or drugs, admission is coordinated with Internal Medicine.
Coordination of Residential Treatment
For individuals deemed by the clinical staff to require residential treatment, coordination of an appropriate treatment facility and MedEvac is provided.
For those in recovery, both individual and group therapy are provided.
Pathological Gambling, or as it is sometimes called, Compulsive Gambling, can lead to severe marital discord, significant financial problems, loss of career, and clinical depression. Anyone may make a referral for Gambling Services. We encourage self-referrals.
Five-session classes, appropriate medication, and consultation are regularly offered for tobacco cessation.
Inpatient Consultation and Liaison
For patients with medical complications related to alcohol or drugs, screenings are provided during hospitalization.
|How to Make a Substance Abuse Referral|
- Navy and Marine Corps
Referrals can be made by command Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor (DAPA), Substance Abuse Control Officer (SACO) and medical personnel.
The Army Substance Abuse Program Specialist (ASAPS) and medical personnel can make referrals.
- Air Force
The Air Force Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Specialist (ADAPS) can make referrals.
- Adult military dependents, DOD Civilians, Retirees or other eligible beneficiaries
Referrals must be made by medical personnel.
|How to Make a Gambling Referral|
- Anyone may self-refer for gambling evaluation by calling 645-0356.
Some of the following links may be to other Web Information Systems operated by other government organizations, commercial firms, or health care institutions. We have no control over the information on those systems which may be objectionable or which may not otherwise conform to Department of Navy policies. These links are offered as a convenience and for informational purposes only. Their inclusion here does not constitute an endorsement or an approval by the Department of the Navy of any of the products, services, or opinions of these providers. The Department of the Navy bears no responsibility for the accuracy or the content of external sites.
- Alcoholics Anonymous Alanon/Alateen
The official Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) web page.
- Narcotics Anonymous, NA, homepage
Narcotics Anonymous, World Service.
- Drug and Alcohol Program Management Activity (DAPMA) San Diego
(This web site) The Navy Drug and Alcohol Program Management Activity (DAPMA) San Diego is a vital component of the Navy's Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Program defining and demonstrating excellence in alcohol and drug abuse prevention education.
- Navy Personnel Command - 5720 Integrity Drive Millington, TN 38055-0000
The Assistant Commander Navy Personnel Command for Fleet Support Naval Personnel Command PERS-6 web site. This website offers a variety of drug and alcohol information and resources. The mission is to support operational readiness, morale and retention by providing customer focused information, services, guidance, and advice that promote the professional, physical, moral and mental excellence of every Navy member and to help meet personal, family, and community needs.
- ALNAV 011/96DON Alcohol Abuse Prevention and Deglamorization Campaign
Revokes the Navy's exemption, which allowed 18-year-olds to consume alcohol on bases; raises the drinking age on bases to that of the state or host country. (Download is located at the bottom of the Right Spirit page)
Naval Drug & Alcohol Counselor School. For active duty members who are interested in becoming one of the world’s finest Certified Substance Abuse Counselors.
- Self Assessment of Your Drinking
Uses the AUDIT (Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test, developed by the World Health Organization) to assess your alcohol consumption.
- Indiana Prevention Resource Center (IPRC)
The IPRC provides technical assistance through the provision of information, materials, and consultation to public and private prevention programs. The site is well organized, and it contains a wealth of information, in many instances, unique, such as dictionary of drug related slang terms. It maintains several searchable databases and links to other groups, (i.e., National PTA's website, Resources for School Educators).
- Center for Substance Abuse Prevention
Copies of materials that can be downloaded.
- Gamblers Anonymous
official Gamblers Anonymous home page.
- Compulsive Gamblers Hub
Elements" supported by: Chat Room, Scheduled Online GA Formatted Meetings, Daily Message Board, 12 Step Message Boards, Pressure Relief Resources, and Last Day Gambled Recognition . Links to current chat, and new chat room, our new server, message board, and last day gambled pages are located to the upper right, under " Hub Elements ".
- Problem Gambling Hub
This Web site has been created as a resource for those concerned with problem gambling. It is a base for working together to further our common objective of creating more effective prevention and treatment. The target participants include the gaming industry, government organizations, researchers, counselors, treatment centers, and the public-at-large.
- National Council on Problem Gambling
The National Council on Problem Gambling is the national advocate for programs and services to assist problem gamblers and their families. The mission of the NCPG is to increase public awareness of pathological gambling, ensure the widespread availability of treatment for problem gamblers and their families, and to encourage research and programs for prevention and education.
- Quit Smoking Support Quit Smoking Support
Excellent quitting smoking resources to help you to quit smoking. Advice, support and encouragement for those who are trying to quit smoking.
- How to Quit
The Office on Smoking and Health (OSH) is a division within the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (NCCDPHP), which is one of the centers within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- Nicotine Anonymous
Anonymous welcomes all those seeking freedom from nicotine addiction, including those using cessation programs and nicotine withdrawal aids.
- American Obesity Association
A comprehensive site on obesity and overweight. Obesity is not a simple condition of eating too much. It is now recognized that obesity is a serious, chronic disease. No human condition — not race, religion, gender, ethnicity or disease state — compares to obesity in prevalence and prejudice, mortality and morbidity, sickness and stigma.
- Obesity Research Center
The mission of the New York Obesity Research Center is to help reduce the incidence of obesity and related diseases through leadership in basic research, clinical research, epidemiology and public health, patient care, and public education.