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600-85, KSARNG, Substance Abuse Prevention & Control, 2007 Jun 1(2)


UNCLASSIFIED

Army Regulation 600



85
Personnel—General
The Army
Substance
Abuse
Program
Headquarters
Department of the Army
Washington, DC
23 July 2020


SUMMARY of CHANGE
AR 600

85 The Army Substance Abuse Program This administrative revision, dated 7 August 2020— o
Corrects guidance on breathalyzer testing (para 3–2a). This major revision, dated 23 July 2020— o
Incorporates Army Directive 2016

04, Realignment of the Army Substance Abuse Program’s Clinical Care
(paras 1

1, 2

5, 2–10a, 2–14a, 2–15a-b, alt, a, g, 2

24, chap 7, 8, 13, and 14).
o
Requires clinical realignment policy updates with primary responsibility for The Surgeon General (paras 1

7,
2

1, 2

2, 2

5, 2

18, oh, Band D

1).
o
Changes the definition of the acronym for Criminal Investigation Command to Criminal Investigation Division and updates the title for special agents (paras 1

7, 2

11, 2–17h, app A, and glossary).
o
Requires functional realignment policy updates with responsibility for Installation Management Command (paras, 2

20, 2

21, 2

31, 4

2, 4–2d, 4–2k, 4–11c, 4–13a, 4

13(5), 4

13(6), 4

15, h, 5

12, 5

15, b, d, 6, f, j, 6

5, 6

6, 6

8, dd, cab, ad, e, c, B, D, D-3h, Di, D-3n, E-5e, E-5t, E-6f, E-7b, Ed, and table 12

1).
o
Updates unit risk inventory administration timing (paras 2–16f and 2–28i).
o
Incorporates guidance from Army Directive 2012

07, Administrative Processing for Separation of Soldiers for
Alcohol or Other Drug Abuse (paras 2–16j, 2–21k, 3–3a, 4–15f, 10

6 and 16–6g).
o
Replaces DA Form 3997 with Army Law Enforcement Reporting and Tracking System (paras 2

25 and app A).
o
Updates roles and responsibilities for Family Advocacy Program activities (paras 2–32k, 12

4, and table 12

1).
o
Incorporates Army Directive 2016

15, Change in the Army Random Deterrence Drug Testing Program (paras
4–2c and 4–8a(5)).
o
Incorporates Army Directive 2013

10, Synthetic Cannabinoids (Spice) and Bath Salts Probable Cause and
Competence for Duty Testing (paras 4–2m).
o
Changes Army Central Clearance Facility to Department of Defense Consolidated Adjudications Facility (paras
4–8a(4), 4–8b, 5–11a, 10–5a, 16

8, and 16–8a).
o
Implements Army Directive 2015

14, Use of the Electronic Data Interchange Person Identifier for Identification in the Military Personnel Drug Testing Program (paras 4–13e(1), 4–15g, 5–10e(2), 10–10c, and D

3).
o
Implements Army Directive 2015

06, Designation of Certain Positions as Testing Designation Positions Under the Army Drug-Free Federal Workplace Program (paras 5–8b(13)(c)14, 5–8b(13)(c)17, and .)
o
Updates Soldier substance abuse awareness training requirement (para 9–9c).


o Implements Army Directive 2015

21, Update to the Army Risk Reduction Program (table 12

1). o Implements Army Directive 2013

11, Change to the Army Risk Reduction Program (paras 12–5b and 12–5c). o Adds administrative updates and clarification for Army National Guard functions (paras 15

2, 15

5, 15

6, 15

7,
15

8, and 15

9). o Adds administrative updates and clarification for Army Reserve functions (para 16

6). o Incorporates Army Directive 2016

35, Army Policy on Military Service of Transgender Soldiers (para E. o Incorporates Army Directive 2018

07

7, Prioritizing Efforts-Readiness and Lethality (Update 7), (para 16–10f). o Incorporates Army Directive 2018

07

8, Prioritizing Efforts-Readiness and Lethality (Update 8), (paras 2–19g,
9–11c, 9–12b, and 16–10f). o Incorporates Army Directive 2019

12, Policy for Voluntary Alcohol-Related Behavioral Healthcare (paras 8

1). o Implements Memorandum, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, December 10, 2016, Subject Department of Defense (DOD) Response to Draft Report GAO, MILITARY PERSONNEL DOD and Coast Guard Need to Screen for Gambling Disorder Addiction and Update Guidance with DOD directing Department of the Army to update AR 600

85 to explicitly include gambling disorder (paras 9

1, 9

2, 9

3, 9

8,
9

9, and 9

10). o Incorporates Army Directive 2011

09, Use of the Electronic of Licensed Professional Counselors as Fully Functioning Army Substance Abuse Program Practitioners manpower staffing-treatment resources section (para
18–4b).


This regulation supersedes AR 600–85, dated 26 November 2016. The following Army directives are now rescinded Army Directive 2013-11, dated 2 May 2013, Army Directive 2015-06, dated 27 January 2015, Army Directive 2015-14, 31 March 2015, Army Directive 2015-21, dated 8 April 2015, Army Directive 2016-04, dated 1 March 2016; Army Directive 2016-15, dated 22 April 2016; and Army Directive 2016-35, dated 7 October 2016. AR 600–85 • 23 July 2020

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