Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Providers of New York State (ASAP) is committed to working together to support organizations, groups and individuals that prevent and alleviate the profound personal, social and economic consequences of alcoholism and substance abuse in New York State.
Working together to support organizations, groups and individuals that prevent and alleviate the consequences of alcoholism and substances in New York State.
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ASAP is dedicated to representing the voice of the field with policymakers at the state and federal levels.
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Providers of New York State’s (ASAP) mission is to support organizations, groups, and individuals that prevent and alleviate the profound personal, social and economic consequences of alcohol and substance use disorders in New York State.
ASAP represents the interests and provides support to the largest continuum of alcohol and substance use disorders prevention, harm reduction, treatment, and recovery service providers in the country. We welcome membership from programs, agencies, coalitions, businesses, and other organization We also invite individuals who work in the field, retired persons, and all individuals who support ASAP’s mission to join ASAP as an Individual Member.
To help address concerns and questions arising in the field about the Corona virus, ASAP has created an e-mail resource to serve as a central communication vehicle. ASAP hosts Zoom meetings. Please note that ASAP continues to host calls every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at 10:30 am. All ASAP members and staff are welcome and encouraged to participate. Click here for Zoom information.
CoronaHelpLine@asapnys.org will be monitored by ASAP, used to identify questions and concerns, and will be a vehicle to directly respond to all e-mail questions. We have been encouraged to emphasize the importance of having a key contact person at your LOCAL county/city Department of Health to get current information or to respond to your questions and concerns. The ASAP e-mail is not a substitute for the immediate actions and communications that should take place locally. We are here to provide additional information and support.