Policy change allows Soldiers to seek voluntary alcohol-related behavioral healthcare
from U.S. Army
With the signing of a directive by Army Secretary Mark T. Esper on March 25, U.S. Army Soldiers can voluntarily seek alcohol-related behavioral healthcare without being mandatorily enrolled in a substance abuse treatment program. This policy encourages Soldiers to take personal responsibility and seek help earlier therefore improving readiness by decreasing unnecessary enrollment and deployment limitations.
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