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Drug Testing Services

UPL Training

The Army Drug Testing Program a Command-directed program is composed of the Soldier, the Commander, the Unit Prevention Leader (UPL), the Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) staff, the Forensic Toxicology Drug Testing Laboratories (FTDTL), the Medical Review Officer, and the Staff Judge Advocate. The program has three primary goals.

(1)  To deter soldiers from abusing drugs (illegal drugs, other mood-altering substances, and prescription medications).

(2)  Serves as a tool for Commanders to assess the security, military fitness, good order and discipline of their commands.

(3)  Serves as a basis to take appropriate action, adverse or other (including referral for treatment), with a Soldier based on a positive test result.

Drug Testing Section Staff provide the following services:

  • Unit prevention leader training

  • Military drug collections

  • Civilian testing of personnel in Test Designated Positions

  • Staff Assistance Visits

  • IG Organizational Inspection Program (OIP) reviews of drug testing program

  • Data collection and management

  • Background checks

  • Medical review officer notifications

Location:  Building 2008 B Room 104        

                                                               Drug Testing Collection Point

Hours of Operation:   Phones:  Letters and Positive Notifications:  967-1446
Mon-Thurs: 0830-1130; Closed 1130-1230; 1230-1430                     Military Collection Point:  967-4351
Fri: Closed for UA Turn-in; Open for questions and supply issue                             Drug Test Coordinator:     967-1415 
    Email:  USARMY JBLM IMCOM list Drug Testing

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