29 Apr 2011
Substance Abuse Program
Training Requirements for Soldiers and Civilians
IAW AR 600-85 every
Soldier within the USAG Baumholder is required to receive
four hours of substance abuse awareness training each year.
- Unit alcohol and drug awareness training
will include, but is not limited to:
- ASAP policies and services
- Effects and consequences of alcohol and
other drug abuse both physically and militarily
- Imcompatability of alcohol and other drug
abuse with physical and mental fitness, combat readiness,
and Army values
- Information needed to make responsible
decisions about personal use of alcohol and other drugs
IAW AR 600-85 every
DA Civilian within the USAG Baumholder is required to
receive two hours of substance abuse awareness training each
year. Prevention education and training for supervisors and civlian employees at all levels are crucial to the success of
- (1) The EAPC will provide training and
educational opportunities to eligible personnel regarding
the types, signs of substance or drug use, and the adverse
effects of alcohol and other substance abuse on performance
- (2) Employee education will also address
ASAP policies, the Army's Civlian Drug Testing Program, and
the availability of EAP services to include the EAP contact,
telephone number, location/address, and hours of operation.
The EAPC will make efforts to publicize ASAP services
available for cilvian employees.
training will address:
- (1) The supervisor's role in the
recongnition and documentation of employee performance and
conduct problems, and the use and responsibilites for
offering EAP services.
- (2) Availability of EAP services
- (3) The Army's commitment to confidentiality
and records' requirements.
Abuse Program Training
Please view the appropriate PowerPoint
Presentation, place a checkmark on each finished Training Module
and report completion to ASAP via email.
Additional training flyers and brochures are available at our
office in Baumholder phone mil 485-7388.