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Alcohol and Drug Management Information Tracking System (ADMITS)

What's ADMITS?
The Alcohol and Drug Management Information System (ADMITS) is the Navy and Marine Corps repository for alcohol and drug incident, screening, treatment, and training information. ADMITS provides statistical reporting and longitudinal assessment of the effectiveness of Navy and Marine Corps substance abuse programs. Additionally, the system provides information to validate the Navy's policy of zero-tolerance of drug abuse and to ensure compliance with urinalysis testing policy. ADMITS also provides historical data to field activities to evaluate and recommend the disposition of members who have an alcohol incident; and provides background checks for prospective employees of MWR child care activities, who are either an active duty member or retiree.
**ADMITS is back Online**
All account requests received while the system was down during technical refresh will be processed in the order they were received. A confirmation email will be sent once the request has been processed.
Please allow up to ten working days for all requests to be processed.
Additionally, any DARS, screening and treatment, that were held onboard during the technical refresh should be entered into ADMITS.
 If you have questions, please send an email to the ADMITS HelpDesk, via the link below. We appreciate your patience in this matter.
Drug Alcohol Reports (DARS) are not complete until the Commanding Officer or designated representative
signed them electronically in ADMITS.
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