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Alcohol/Drug Abuse Prevention/Treatment (ADAPT) and Drug Demand Reduction Programs

Club Drugs

Binge Drinking

Alcohol Effects


Drug Use and Abuse

  • Zero Tolerance!

  • Considered a Serious Breach of Discipline

  • Can Lead to Criminal Prosecution and Discharge Under Other than Honorable Conditions

  • Treatment Services and Transitional Counseling is available to members with Drug problems


CLUB DRUGSAND OTHER DEADLY INTOXICANTS

Show Ecstasy Video


Club Drugs

  • LSD (Acid), MDMA (Ecstasy), Rohypnol (Date Rape), GHB, Ketamine (Special K).

  • Refers to a wide variety of drugs often used at all-night dance parties or “raves”, nightclubs, and concerts.

  • Damage the neurons in your brain, impairing your senses, memory, judgment, and coordination.

  • Effects: loss of muscle and motor control, blurred vision, seizures, increased body temperatures, severe breathing problems, coma, or even death

  • Highly addictive!


Club Drugs

  • All club drugs are dangerous!

  • With many of these drugs, there’s no way for the user to know:

    • who made the drug

    • what the ingredients are

    • how much of an ingredient the drug contains

  • Because of these unknowns, the drug’s effects can be very unpredictable.


Alcohol Discussion

  • The legal drinking age is ____

  • You are considered to be DUI at a BAC level of _____

  • You can get alcohol poisoning from consuming how many drinks ______

  • A responsible drinker is someone who _____________________

  • ________ will keep me from making poor choices with alcohol and drugs.


What’s theDefinitionof “one drink”?

Whether it's served slightly chilled, room temperature, or on the rocks, here's the answer:

one 1.5 oz shot of hard liquor at 40% alcohol or 80 proof

one 12 oz. beerat 4-5% alcohol (look at the label)

one 5 oz. glass of wine at 11% alcohol


Alcohol Abuse

  • Underage drinking IS considered alcohol abuse!

  • Alcohol Abuse is Incompatible with Air Force Standards

  • Alcoholism is Preventable and Treatable

  • Separation is Based on Substandard Behavior or Performance, Not Merely Alcohol Consumption


FEW’s 2003 Alcohol Related Incidents

141 Alcohol Related Incidents:

DUIs33

UADs63

Alleged Sexual Assault11

Assaults24

Other10

Deaths 1

Average Age19


Drunk Goggles Demonstration


Impact of UAD and Drug Abuse on Your Career

  • - Letter of Counseling / Reprimand (LOC / LOR)

  • - Unfavorable Information File (UIF)

  • - Extra Duty (12-hour shifts/7 days per week)

  • - Loss of Rank / Pay / Status

  • - Restriction to Base / Loss of Driving Privileges

  • - Article 15

  • - PRP Suspension / Decertification

  • - Loss of weapons-carrying capability

  • - Discharge / Separation

  • - Court Martial


Consequences of a DUI

  • Letter of Reprimand (Unlikely)

  • Article 15 (Probable)

  • Suspended or loss of rank

  • Fines (amounting to over $2000)

  • Loss of Driver’s License

  • Loss of life (self and others)

*Show Quay Sampsell Video


Low-Risk Drinking

- Thinking about whether you will drink, what you will drink before the party

- Being 21 or older

- Eating a meal before drinking

- Abstaining is the safest choice

- Drinking no more than one drink per hour; maximum 3 for women, 4 for men

- Always knowing what you are drinking

- Alternating alcohol-free drinks throughout the evening

- Knowing how you will get home safely before you go out


High-Risk Drinking

- Not being of legal age to drink alcohol

- Chugging, drinking games, shots (drinking anything out of a punch bowl, trough, hose, or funnel)

- Drinking to get drunk (intoxicated)

- Driving after drinking or riding with someone under the influence

- Drinking too much or too fast on an empty stomach

- Going to parties where people drink too much

- Not knowing what is in your glass or leaving it unattended

- Mixing alcohol with any medications or illegal drugs


Jeopardy Game


Available Local Resources

Available Online Resources

  • Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program (ADAPT) ext. 2998

  • Life Skills Support Center ext. 2998

  • Base Chaplain’s Office ext. 3434

  • Narcotics Anonymous (Cheyenne) 772-3313

  • Cheyenne C.A.A.R.E.S. 632-6496

  • DDRP for Prevention Materials and Information ext. 2879

  • http://www.samhsa.gov

  • http://www.health.org

  • http://www.ncadd.org

  • http://www.nida.nih.gov

  • http://www.cheyennecares.org


SUMMARY

No Tolerance Policy (Illicit Drugs)

Active Random Drug Testing

Deterrence

Drinking age is 21 years old

Know the Risks and Consequences

Know Where to Get Help


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