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ADAPCP

6th ASG
ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE
PREVENTION & CONTROL PROGRAM

Community Counseling Center


Panzer Kaserne Bldg 2948

DSN 4312-530
CIV 07031-15-530
email: khalifeh@6asg.army.mil

Jay J. Khalifeh, M.S.B.A. EDCO/CPC


References

■ AR 600-85
■ FPM Ch 792, FPM Supplement 793-2,
■ FPM Letters 792-16 and 792-17
■ Executive Order 12564,
■ DoD Instructions1010.5 and 1010.6
■ DoD Directives 1010.4, 1010.7 and 1010.9
■ Public Law 91-616, 92-255, and 100-71
■ Health & Human Services Guidelines for Federal
Workplace Drug Testing Program
TOPICS

■ Overview
■ Identification and Referral
■ Evaluation and Treatment
■ Biochemical Testing
■ Prevention Education
■ When do I have a problem
■ Classes of Drugs
TOPICS

■ What is a drink?
■ Guidelines for Responsible Drinking
■ Taking care of yourself
■ Disease Concept and the Brain
■ Drinking and Driving/BAC
■ Defense Mechanisms
Incompatibility of Substance
Abuse and Government Service

■ Alcohol and drug abuse are incompatible


with military service (AR 600-85), and any
use of illicit drugs is considered abuse. The
irresponsible use of alcohol (i.e., drunk on
duty or driving under the influence of
alcohol) is considered abuse and is subject to
judicial and/or nonjudicial action.
ADAPCP’S MISSION

■ Identification & Referral


■ Evaluation & Treatment
■ Biochemical Testing
■ Education & Prevention
ADAPCP Organization

■ Alcohol & Drug ■ Clinical Director


Control Officer ■ Alcohol & Drug
(ADCO) Abuse Counselor
■ Education Coordinator ■ Adolescent Substance
(EDCO) Abuse Counselors
■ Biochemical Testing (ASACS)
Coordinator (BTC)
Identification and Referral

■ Self
■ Command
■ Biochemical
■ MP Blotter
■ Medical
Evaluation and Treatment

■ Evaluation by Counselor
■ Rehabilitation Team Meeting (RTM)
– Commander
– Soldiers Supervisor
– ADAPCP Counselor
■ Possible Recommendations
– No Enrollment
– Outpatient Treatment
– Inpatient Treatment
Biochemical Testing

■ Objectives
– ID servicemembers using illicit drugs
– To deter
– Monitor rehabilitation progress
– Develop data regarding drug use
■ Three Types of Testing
– Commander-directed
– Physician-directed
– Rehabilitation testing
ADCO

DRUGS TESTED

 EVERY TIME: THREE DRUGS


(Cocaine, Amphetamines, THC)

 PLUS: ROTATE A FOURTH


(PCP, LSD, Opiates, Barbs)

 AND: CMD CAN REQUEST


SPECIFIC DRUGS
BE TESTED
ADAPCP
Prevention Education

■ Unit Training
■ Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention Training (ADAPT)
■ Commander and Leadership
■ Civilian Supervisors Training
■ Alcohol Servers Training
■ Promotional Campaigns
– Summer Sense
– Celebrate Sober
– Red Ribbon
– 3 D (National Drugged and Drunk Driving)
Harmful Effects

■ Physical
■ Family/Social
■ Emotional/Psychological
■ Legal
■ Work
CLASSES OF drugs

■ DEPRESSANTS
■ STIMULANTS
■ HALLUCINOGENS
■ NARCOTICS
What Constitutes a Drink?

■ 1.5 ounces 80 proof distilled spirits


■ 12 ounce American beer
■ 5 ounce glass of wine
■ 12 ounce wine cooler
■ Absorption and oxidation
Guidelines for Responsible Drinking

DO’s DON’T’s
■ Set a Limit ■ Drink Straight
■ Healthy Activities ■ In Morning
■ Eat ■ When Hungry/Thirsty
■ Know Signs/BAC ■ Engage in Contests
■ Drink Standard Size ■ Drink when upset
■ Mix medicines
The disease concept of addiction

Why is alcoholism and drug addiction


considered a disease?
Characteristics of Substance Dependence

•Obsessive and Compulsive


•Chronic
•Progressive and Fatal
•Treatable
Criteria for Substance Abuse

•Failure to fulfill role obligations at


work or home
•Physically Hazardous
•Legal Problems
•Continued use despite social/
interpersonal problems
Criteria for Substance Dependence

•Tolerance
•Withdrawal
•Larger amounts taken or taken longer than
intended
•Persistent desire or unsuccessful efforts to cut
down
•Great deal of time spent obtaining, taking or
recovering from substance
•Important activities given up or reduced
•Continued use despite physical/psychological
problems
Health and Fitness

■ Eat Right
■ Exercise
■ Relaxation
Eat Right

■ Eat the Pyramid


Exercise

■ Aerobic
■ Anaerobic
■ Flexibility
Relaxation

■ Slow, deep breathing


■ Imagery
Drinking and Driving
Punishment

■ The October 1998 ADAC and 12


October 1998, Stuttgarter Zeitung Nr.
235 magazines outlines.
■ From .03 to .049 - BAC with suspect
driving or involvement in an accident;
Driver’s license taken away for at least
6 months: 7 points against your driver’s
license: Fined from 30 to 45 times your
daily salary.
Drinking and Driving
Punishment

■ From .05 to .079 - USAREUR driver’s


license suspended 3 months. Stopped
by a routine traffic stop 2 points against
your driver’s license and 200 DM fine
■ From .08 to .109 - Driving banned for
one month, 4 points against driver’s
license: 500 DM Fine: Higher penalties
for 2nd and 3rd offenses. (BAC .08-.099
USAREUR driver’s license suspended
Drinking and Driving
Punishment

■ From .11 and above - Driving


privileges revoked for more than nine
months if an accident 12 months. 7
Points against driving privileges. (BAC
.10 and above USAREUR driver’s
license suspended indefinitely. May
request reinstatement after 1 year and
successful completion of ADAPCP
program).
Drinking and Driving
Punishment

■ From .16 and more - Punishment


similar to .11 BAC and you may have to
undergo a medical, psychological
evaluation to determine whether you
are fit to get a new driver’s license. At
this BAC level you are also considered
too inebriated to ride a bicycle.
Managing Stress

■ Be aware of your stressors and reactions.


■ Recognize what you can change
■ Moderate emotional reactions to stress
■ Moderate physical reactions to stress
■ Build physical reserves
■ Build emotional reserves
Defense Mechanisms

Denial
Externalization
Rationalization
Minimization
Enabling