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Prevention services available for youth and their families. Please call BH-SACC Prevention via the main office line at 645-3009. From cell phone or off base: 098-970-3009.
The Substance Abuse Counseling Center provides prevention, screenings, assessment, prevention, early intervention, and treatment services. Prevention and treatment services focus on helping individuals identified with substance related issues make positive and healthy changes in their lives. Early Intervention classes are designed for individuals making high-risk choices and are therefore at greater risk of developing substance related problems. Treatment Services are designed for individuals who have identified substance related issues and help them to create and maintain goals of low risk guidelines or abstinence.
Referral procedures for active duty:
Contact your command's Substance Abuse Control Officer
(SACO) if you want a referral to SACC (no incident has occurred) or self-refer
Following an alcohol or substance abuse incident a
command referral and scheduling of an appointment will be initiated by your
of active duty personnel:
contact the SACC facility on Camp Foster to schedule an assessment.
Mon-Fri: 7:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m.
Sat, Sun, Hol: CLOSED
MAIN LOCATION CAMP FOSTER, BLDG.440
PHONE DSN 645-3009 | OFF BASE 098-970-3009
FOR SERVICES AT CAMP HANSEN, BLDG. 2634
DSN: 623-1490| Off Base/Cell Phone: 098-969-1490
FOR SERVICES AT CAMP SCHWAB, BLDG. 3429
DSN: 625-3424| Off Base/Cell Phone: 098-970-5555 to
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