The Substance Abuse Counseling Center (SACC) is dedicated to offering education and intervention assistance for individuals of the military community who are experiencing substance abuse problems or have questions about drug use and their effects.
Participants completing any of these services are offered a continuum of care to assist in the transition of new lifestyle skills and behavior management. Assistance is always offered on a voluntary basis, but can be Command and/or court-ordered after an incident.
- Education on substance misuse, relationships, stress management, emotional regulation, thinking patterns, as well as addressing issues directly related to alcohol and drug use, including illicit and prescription drugs.
- Referral to local treatment services and facilitation of the process to move a Marine with a substance use disorder through an individualized continuum of care, allowing the Marine to return to duty.
- Group counseling, coordination of care, continuing care, aftercare, and case management.
- Random drug and alcohol screening procedures at the unit level to deter Marines from being under the influence while on duty.
- Evidence-based continuum of prevention, counseling and deterrence activities that prevents career-or life-altering incidents, and supports commanders’ efforts to ensure that Marines arrive to work safe and fit for duty.
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