RESOURCES MANAGEMENT SERVICES.
organizational development, and overseas diplomacy.
Human resources management centers (HRMCs) and
HRMCs and HRMDs also assist local commanding
human resources management detachments (HRMDs)
officers in identifying problem areas and providing
are concerned with the full range of human development
education, training, patient referral, and local drug and
areas and problems. These groups provide programs in
alcohol rehabilitation programs. Figure 2-6 shows the
alcohol education and alcoholism prevention, race
key persons associated with alcohol and drug abuse
relations, drug education and drug abuse control,
DRUG AND ALCOHOL PROGRAM ADVISOR
The drug and alcohol program advisor (DAPA) serves as an advisor to the commanding officer regarding drug and alcohol use
and abuse within the command. In the Marine Corps, the drug and alcohol control officer (DAACO) serves in a similar capacity.
The DAPA serves as a coordinator concerning all drug and alcohol education, rehabilitation, identification, and enforcement
efforts within commands.
COLLATERAL DUTY ALCOHOLISM ADVISOR
The collateral duty alcoholism advisor (CODAA) assists commands with programs that address alcoholism and alcohol abuse.
Within the Marine Corps, a similar function is performed by the collateral duty alcoholism counselor (CODAC). CODAAs or
CODACs provide assistance in identification of problem drinkers and available resources, act as a liaison with local Alcoholics
Anonymous (AA) groups, assist recovering alcohols, and act as a contact point to problem drinkers for alcohol resource and
COUNSELING AND ASSISTANCE CENTER COUNSELORS
Counseling and Assistance Center (CAAC) Counselors (SNEC 9522) and Alcoholism Treatment Specialists (SNEC 9519) are
cross-trained in both drug and alcohol abuse counseling. These counselors and specialists provide educuation, counseling, and
referral services to individuals identified as drug or alcohol abusers.
The medical officer receives walk-in patients and referrals from the DAPA, DAACO, or other referral sources. Medical officers
make a diagnosis of alcohol or drug abuse and refer the person to a resource other than a rehabilitation facility.
CIVILIAN EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR
The Civilian Employee Assistance Program (CEAP) provides assistance to civilian employees who have problems with
alcoholism and drug dependency. A chaplain may be called upon to assist a civilian employee with a work-related alcohol or
drug dependency problem, particularly if the employee is a retired Navy or Marine Corps member. The program administrator
is part of the Human Resources Office (HRO). The HRO can assist chaplains by providing current information regarding the
CEAP, essential information regarding civilian employees, or identification of community resources available
OTHER RESOURCE PERSONNEL
Other people who should be included within the alcohol and drug portion of the resource directory may include human resource
management detachment personnel, health benefits advisor, family service center (FSC) staff chaplain, FSC information and
resource specialist, and Navy clinical social work officer.
The following civilian resource persons should be included: local VA representative, community and state drug and alcohol
program representatives, local volunteer agency representatives such as AA, civilian clergypersons available for family counseling
of alcohol-and drug-dependent persons, local private alcoholism and drug dependency rehabilitation program directors, as well
as other resource persons considered appropriate.
Figure 2-6.Key persons associated with alcohol and drug abuse programs.