DoD Policy Guidance on Substance Misuse

Substance Misuse

Programs

Mental Health Care

Service-specific Guidance

Air Force

Army

  • AR 600-85 The Army Substance Abuse Program – Governs the Army Substance Abuse Program and identifies Army policy on alcohol and other drug abuse, and identifies assigned responsibilities for implementing the program

Coast Guard

  • M1000. 4 Military Separations - This Commandant Change Notice publishes a change to Military Separations, COMDTINST M1000.4
  • M1000.10A Military Drug Alcohol Policy - This Manual establishes Coast Guard policy concerning administration of military drug and alcohol policies. It also establishes performance and discipline standards for drug and alcohol incidents and provides standards by which these incidents will be properly adjudicated.
  • Commandant Instructions 6200.1E CG Health Promotion Manual - This Manual establishes policy, assigns responsibilities, and provides guidelines regarding physical fitness, nutrition, stress management, weight management, health risk reduction, substance abuse prevention, and unit health promotion program planning. It clarifies the roles and responsibilities of Commandant (CG-1111), the Health, Safety, and Work-Life Service Center (HSWL SC), Substance Abuse Prevention Specialists (SAPS), the Substance Abuse Prevention Program Supervisor (SAPPS), Command Drug and Alcohol Representatives (CDAR), Culinary Specialists (CS), and Health Services (HS) personnel
  • M6320.5 CG Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment - This Manual establishes policy, assigns responsibilities, and provides guidelines on substance abuse prevention, treatment, and unit health promotion program planning. It clarifies the roles and responsibilities of Commandant (CG-1111), the Health, Safety, and Work-Life Service Center (HSWL SC), Substance Abuse Prevention Specialists (SAPS), the Substance Abuse Prevention Program Supervisor (SAPPS), Command Drug and Alcohol Representatives (CDAR), and Health Services personnel.

Marine Corps

Navy