Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program 

The Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program (IASAP) supports American Indian and Alaska Native communities to plan and implement system-wide strategies that will reduce and control crime associated with the distribution and abuse of alcohol and controlled substances. Visit our IASAP History page for more information.

Upcoming Training

BJA grantees may use their travel/training funds to attend the events below. Click on the event title for details or view additional opportunities through the BJA Tribal Justice Programs Website and the Tribal Justice, Safety & Wellness Website.

Highly Effective Grant Program Management Training
  • 2014 Dates and Location TBD

Drug Identification and Recognition Training
  • 2014 Dates and Location TBD

Comprehensive Assessment Process for Planning Strategies
  • 2014 Dates and Location TBD

Technical Assistance

Fox Valley Technical College is the lead training and technical assistance provider for IASAP. For information on the type of assistance available and how to request support, visit the IASAP Technical Assistance page.

For questions regarding the IASA Program or for technical assistance, contact Justine Souto (phone: 888-370-1752.)


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