The Nebraska Army National Guard Substance Abuse Program (SAP) is designed to provide a continuum of substance abuse services to include: prevention, assessment, and brief intervention services to Soldiers in order to achieve and maintain Soldier Readiness.
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Research-based drug and alcohol prevention program for the entire Army audience.
View Strong Choices website.
Both the URI and R-URI are two-page surveys designed to be completed by individual respondents on an anonymous basis. The results provide valuable information to commanders about their soldiers' high-risk behaviors and attitudes that compromise unit readiness. Include
URI/R-URI Administration Instructions.
The SAP is a commader's program designed to monitor and improve the personnel rediness of the unit's Soldiers. Our program must be designed for a garrison and a deployment enviroment.
Commander's GuideLimited Use Policy/Self-referralDA 4465DA 4466Drug Positive FlowchartRelease of Information
The SAP is a program designed to monitor and improve the personnel readiness of the unit's Soldiers. The intent of rehabilitation is to return Soldiers to full duty as soon as possible.Limited Use Policy/Self-refferal.
The intent of rehabilitation is to return Soldiers to full duty as soon as possible.
Limited use Policy/Self-referral
SAMHSA Treatment LocatorArmy Substance Abuse Program
24/7 Treatment Referral Line: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)Nebraska Family Helpline: 1-888-866-8660 or for hearing and speech impaired 1-888-556-5117Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255, press 1Alcoholics Anonymous Statewide:
www.area41.org or 1-877-AA OF NEB (1-877-226-3632)
I challenge you to become advocates for a society in which
addiction is recognized as atreatable disease, and
people who are addicted, in recovery, and at risk
are valued and treated with dignity.- Susanne R. Rohrer, RN, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Rockville, Maryland
Mandy Hatcher is a native Nebraskan who served 12 years in the Nebraska Army National Guard. During this time, she spent over three years working in substance abuse prevention for Counterdrug and communities throughout the state. She has her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Doane College. In her spare time, she enjoys volunteer work for the Foster Care Review Board and Veterans Memorial Garden, reading, traveling, and the great outdoors.
Mark comes to Warrior & Family Support as a Veteran of the Air Force. He has spent many years in law enforcement and has attended pharmacy school through the Community College of the Air Force. Some of the accomplishments Mark is most proud of are working with the United States Secret Service during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games and having been able to meet with three presidents. After Operation Noble Eagle Mark was medically separated from service and began working for the State of Nebraska as a counselor working with teens helping them with their issues of substance abuse as well as anger. After six years with the state, Mark was offered the opportunity to work with Nebraska Army National Guard as the Substance Abuse Program Prevention Coordinator he jumped at the chance to work with Soldiers again in a field that he holds near and dear to his heart. He facilitates prevention training for the NEARNG and assists Soldiers in need of help with substance abuse, a position he does not take lightly.