While CBD products are widely available, the lack of regulations fo these items from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) creates uncertanty about levels of THC in the preparations. Military members who test positive for THC can be discharged.
Col. Pat O'Brien explains the proper to way to document and take prescription drugs while in the Air National Guard.
This video debunks the myths of drug testing in the military, by explaining the process in a fun way.

Red Ribbon Week


The Drug Demand Reduction Program (DDRP) is utilized by Commanders to deter and detect drug & alcohol misuse AND to provide a path for all Airmen to seek support and rehabilitation to enhance mission readiness.

Zero Tolerance

The Air National Guard does not tolerate illegal or improper use of drugs. Drug abuse is a serious breach of discipline and is not compatible with military service. Drug use and/or prescription misuse can lead to criminal prosecution resulting administrative actions, to include discharge.

Mission and Vision Statement

    Demand Reduction
      Program (DDRP) mission is to support the Department of Defense (DoD) efforts

    and initiatives to prevent drug abuse/misuse through prevention, education, outreach, and to detect
    and deter DoD military and civilian personnel from
    using illicit drugs or misusing prescription drugs.

  • ANG DRUG DEMAND REDUCTION VISION STATEMENT: Through prevention, education, outreach and
    awareness efforts, the
    ANG Drug Demand Reduction Program is committed to providing a drug-free

    environment or our service members, civilians, families and communities that we serve.

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Phone Numbers

Suicide Prevention
1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Military Crisis Line
1-800-273-8255 (Press 1)

Sexual Assault Response:
DoD Safe Help Line


Contact Us

Master Sgt. Sara M. Eldred, USAF
Prevention, Education and Outreach
Drug Demand Reduction Program
COMM: (865) 336-3864
DSN: 266-3864