Substance Use Disorder Clinical Care (SUDCC)
Provide substance use disorder clinical care, including assessment, treatment, and aftercare, for Service Members and other beneficiaries within an integrated medical and behavioral health model to enhance health and readiness.
A fully integrated, unit-aligned, co-located comprehensive substance use disorder treatment that utilizes national best practices to optimize care delivery, treatment outcomes and force conservation for Service Members and other beneficiaries.
The goal of the SUDCC is to provide integrated, unit-aligned, co-located BH care for Service Members and other beneficiaries. The SUDCC provides SUD care as part of a comprehensive plan to address the total BH needs. Integrated care will maximize the opportunity for a rapid and successful recovery and return to full readiness status.
Soldier may be eligible to receive voluntary care. The Army promotes and encourages Soldiers to seek help early. The goals of voluntary care is for Soldiers to receive help for self-identified problems before these problems result in mandatory treatment enrollment, deployment restrictions, command notification, and negative career impact.