Health Services

Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program

Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program (SARP) of the Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) provides screenings/evaluations, education and treatment services for substance use disorders and co-occuring psychiatric disorders. We offer the following levels of treatment:
  • Screenings/Evaluations
  • Prime for Life: A 2-day psychoeducational course conducted online for those who don't meet criteria for alcohol use disorder.
  • Outpatient Treatment (Level I): A 2-week, Monday - Friday outpatient program for those diagnosed with a mild substance use disorder.
  • Intensive Outpatient Treatment (Level II): A 4 week, Monday - Friday, abstinence based intensive outpatient program for moderate substance use disorder and co-occuring psychiatric disorders.
  • Residential Treatment (Level III): A 35 day, 24/7 residential program for moderate to severe substance use disorder and co-occuring psychiatric disorders (dual disorders).

Important Notice

SARP is tobacco free for all patients. SARP provides nicotine replacement for patients in Level II and Level III.

Please visit the following links for additional information:

Contact Us

(619) 553-0084
All screening and treatment requests must come from the command via the following link:
Monday - Friday, 0700 - 1530
Availability of Services
Our services are available to Active-Duty service member from all branches of service.
Referrals are required through your PCM, Command DAPA or service equivalent.

Contact Us


Mental Health Suite
(619) 532-5761 / (619) 532-9225
Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program (SARP)


Mon - Fri: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM


Naval Base Point Loma
140 Sylvester Road
Building 500
San Diego, CA 92106

Specialty Clinics & Departments

Mental Health Services - Adult
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