Officials from the Fort Knox Army Substance Abuse Program have adjusted their hours of operation on each program under their purview during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.Phone numbers are provided for each program for more information. The status of services is current as of March 24:Drug Testing Program.· All services remain available, with the exception of closure on March 30· Next UPL certification course currently scheduled for April 14-16· Next UPL re-cert currently scheduled for May 19· Phone number: 502-624-7119 or 502-624-8368Civilian Employee Assistance Program.· All EAP support services remain available, though an effort to reduce foot traffic to maintain social distancing we request that face-to-face appointments be scheduled over the phone. All other inquiries about services or support should be made over the phone (number below)· All Personal Readiness, Drug Free Workplace, and other group trainings have been postponed until May 1.· Primary phone number: 502-624-8361. (Alternate numbers are 502-624-5679 or 502-624-7031)Suicide Prevention Program.· All group trainings postponed until at least mid-April· Phone number: 502-624-7374· Soldier and civilians should utilize the available behavioral health or employee assistance services for individual distress. Resources can be located in the Fort Knox Community Resource Guide: https://crg.amedd.army.mil/guides/tradoc/knox/Pages/default.aspx· National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones· In emergencies, dial 911, or report your local emergency roomRisk Reduction Program.· All Unit Risk Inventories (URIs) postponed. Commanders can call to schedule future dates· Commander’s Risk Reduction Dashboard training and access can be scheduled by calling the phone number below. Social distancing will impact traditional training formats· Risk Reduction reports and desksides can be performed virtually upon request· Phone number: 502-624-7374Prevention Coordination (Alcohol/Drug Awareness).· The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Training (ADAPT) / PFL (Prime for Life) classes (for Soldiers and DA Civilians) scheduled on March 25-26 have been cancelled, and will resume April 29-30. Please call to sign-up for the next class.· All group training, including Personal Readiness and Alcohol/Drug awareness and prevention training, will be postponed until at least mid-April· ASAP remains available to answer general alcohol / drug questions· Commanders should still refer to ADAPT for all alcohol/drug related incidents including drug positives (phone number below), and, refer Soldiers to the Substance Use Disorder Care Clinic (SUDCC) at 502-626-9891/9892/9885 or 9884 within five days of alcohol/drug incidents or drug positives.· Phone number: 502-624-7374Commander’s Ready and Resilient Council (CR2C).· All in-person CR2C-related workgroup meetings should be virtual, or re-scheduled· CR2C Work Groups and Unit Readiness Team leads are working on-the-ground functions to support their populations· April 27 CR2C meeting may be postponed· Phone number: 502-624-5679
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