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Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Program Presentation

ADAPCP overview

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ADAPCP

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 Control Officer (ADCO)

Education Coordinator (EDCO)

Biochemical Testing Coordinator (BTC)

Clinical Director

Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor

Adolescent Substance Abuse Counselors (ASACS)

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

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

Set a Limit

Healthy Activities

Eat

Know Signs/BAC

Drink Standard Size

Drink Straight

In Morning

When Hungry/Thirsty

Engage in Contests

Drink when upset

Mix medicines

The disease concept of addiction

Characteristics of Substance Dependence

Criteria for Substance Abuse

Criteria for Substance Dependence

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.

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 for 6 months).

From .11 and above – You are considered absolutely unfit to drive a car. 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).

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.

How well do we manage stress?

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 for 6 months).

From .11 and above – You are considered absolutely unfit to drive a car. 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).

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.

How well do we manage stress?

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.

How well do we manage stress?

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


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