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Substance Use Disorder Clinical Care (SUDCC)


Location:
93761A1 (Next to ER in Modular Trailer)

DSN Phone:
590-4697

CIV Phone:
06371-9464-4697

Hours:
Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

*Additional location: Multi-D Behavioral Health in Ward 1C on 2nd Floor in Main Hospital*

The Substance Use Disorder Clinical Care (SUDCC) replaces the clinical portion of the Army's Substance Abuse Program (ASAP). SUDCC is now located within the Behavioral Health Clinics at LRMC. All calls go to the Clinical Director, who will answer questions about the program and direct patients to the appropriate clinic for SUDCC services.

Services: The SUDCC program uses a multidisciplinary approach to treat and provide patients the resources and support they need to overcome the challenges of alcohol abuse or drug abuse.

Access to Care: The primary mission of the Landstuhl SUDCC program is to treat active duty military members. Assessments will be scheduled by appointment. You can walk-in to your Behavioral Health clinic or call to schedule an appointment.

For those not eligible for care in this clinic, there are other resources available. Department of Army civilians may receive services at the Baumholder or Wiesbaden SUDCC located in the Behavioral Health clinics in either location. Alternatively, they may contact the Employee Assistance Program at the Garrison Army Substance Abuse Program. In the Kaiserslautern area, the EAP counselor can be reached at DSN: 493-4907 or CIV: 0631-3406-4907, in Building 2886 on Pulaski Barracks.

ATTENTION: If you believe that you, or another person, may be at an immediate risk because of physical or emotional crisis, please contact the Military Police at your installation by dialing the installation prefix and 112 (Ex. Landstuhl 06371-92-112), off post call German Emergency Assistance at 112, or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.

For a MEDICAL EMERGENCY anywhere in Europe, go straight to a Host Nation emergency room. Once you've checked in, please call the International SOS Call Center to apprise them of your situation. The center is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and can provide assistance. International SOS from within Germany (toll free): 0800-589-1599 International SOS from outside of Germany: 0044-20-8762-3834.

AA meetings are also available on-post and off-post. Please call or stop by the office to request a list of those services.

Counseling Hotlines (available 24/7): • The In Transition program is available to support service members to ensure a smooth and seamless PCS. • Website: http://intransition.dcoe.mil/ • Outside the US toll-free: 800-424-4685 (DSN) • Outside the US collect: 314-387-4700

Military One Source: www.militaryonesource.com • phone from within Germany (toll free): 0800-888-0013, dial 05, dial 800-342-9647

Military Crisis Line: www.militarycrisisline.net • phone from within Germany (toll free): 00-800-1273-8255 DSN 118

National (USA) Suicide Prevention Lifeline: www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org • phone from within Germany (toll free): 00-800-1273-8255 DSN 118

Host Nation Suicide Prevention Hotline (toll free, German-speaking only): 0800-111-0111

VA.gov Mental Health – Suicide Prevention: www.mentalhealth.va.gov/suicide_prevention/