Substance Abuse Program (SACC) Counseling
The mission of the Substance Abuse Program (Substance Abuse Counseling Center SACC) is to provide timely, consistent and effective care for active duty military members and other eligible beneficiaries with substance misuse or abuse related problems which interfere with occupational and interpersonal functioning.
Substance Abuse Program staff are experts in the field of addictions and include a licensed psychologist, licensed clinical social workers, licensed mental health and professional counselors and certified substance abuse counselors. They work collaboratively with unit Substance Abuse Control Officers (SACO) to assist military members in accessing appropriate services. SACC replaced Resilience Education at Camp Lejeune.
SACC provides services for:
- Active duty Marines and Sailors
- Military dependents over the age of 18
- Individuals with mild to moderate substance abuse disorders
- Command referrals
- Referrals from other service providers
Source: Camp Lejeune MCCS Website