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Your site for information and assistance to support individual and command drug use prevention efforts.
Our MissionOur mission is to support Fleet readiness by fighting drug use.
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April DDD Newsletter
Check out the latest news from Navy Drug Detection and Deterrence. Read up on COVID-19 updates including the new NAVADMIN 092/20 and temporary changes to the urinalysis program, substances and sexual health, and Child Abuse Prevention Month, plus find messages to share, upcoming events and more. Download the April newsletter.
Delayed Collection Kit Shipments
Alphapointe, the distribution company for our collection kit supplies advised that some collection sites might experience a delay in receiving new collection kits because shipping labels contain the word "urine." Some common shippers are now rejecting and returning packages, seemingly from new COVID-19-related protocols.
As a result, Alphapointe is in the process of:
1. Changing their shipping labels to remove the word "urine," and
2. Assessing the returns (e.g., checking for damage, completeness, etc.). ALL returned products would be reshipped to the original sender.
If any of your collection sites have overdue shipments, please know that they are on the way.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Updates and OPNAV N170D Response
Due to recent changes within commands to reduce potential exposure to novel coronavirus through implementation of telework and stand down, all NDSP/iFTDTL webinars are postponed tentatively through 27 May 2020. As the situation changes and is assessed, the next webinar may be sooner or later than 27 May. More details are forthcoming. Please follow this page for any updates.
Please send all iFTDTL and NDSP/UPC inquiries to the respective email addresses below, or call the Support Desks and leave a voicemail message if not answered immediately. OPNAV N170D staff is teleworking and limited to answering one line at a time.
USMC: (703) 784-9526
April is Sexual Health MonthPositive approaches to sexuality, relationships and reproduction are an important part of overall wellbeing. Lifestyle choices including use of substances can impact sexual health and potentially increase risk of adverse outcomes. April is Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center’s Sexual Health Month. Learn more about how to make safe and healthy choices around sexuality from their toolkit here.
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