Employee Assistance Program Army Substance Abuse Program

Employee Assistance Program

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The FT. Carson Employee Assistance Program is a free service available to Department of Army Civilian Employees, active duty-spouse and family members, and retired military and eligible family members. The program offers short-term screening, intervention and referral services, crisis intervention, worksite intervention, consultation services, a wide variety of trainings, and reintegration assistance.

Professional Services

  • The EAP is a professional service that provides assistance with adult living problems, counseling, resource identification, referral, and follow-up services.
  • The EAP assists employees, supervisors, and managers with issues related to productivity, morale, motivation, communication, conflict, and mediation.
  • The EAP provides consultation services, prevention education and training, worksite interventions and assists with such issues as grief and loss, the drugfree workplace, workplace violence, and suicide.
  • The EAP is the point-of-contact for Hospital’s Impaired Health-Care Personnel Program and assists with screening, referral to treatment, and return to duty.
  • The EAP provides continuing education and training to health care providers. The program offers CME, CNE, and NADAAC, for addication professionals, CEU's.

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Military -- Civilian -- Family - Website Resources
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Workplace Violence Prevention & Response Training



Executive Order 12564 / Drug-Free Federal Workplace AR 40-68 - Clinical Quality Mangement
PAM 600-85 / PAM for ASAP Implementation DoDI 1010-04 / Drug and Alcohol Abuse by DoD Personnel AR 40-8 Impaired Health Care Personnel Program
AR 600-63 / Army Health Promotion DoDI 1010-09 / DoD Civilian Employee Drug Testing Program DA Pam 600-24 Health Promion, Risk Reduction, and Suicide Prevention
5 CFR Part 792 / Required Services to Address ASAP Issues AR 608-18 The Army Family Advocacy Program (FAP) PL 99-570 Anti Drug Abuse4 Act 1986
AR 350-1 Army Training and Leader Development