Welcome to the Navy Drug Detection and Deterrence (DDD) (OPNAV N173A)
Our mission is to support Fleet readiness by fighting drug use.
WHAT'S NEW IN OPNAV N173A?
June DDD Newsletter
Check out the latest news from Navy Drug Detection and Deterrence. Read up on how to recognize issues and address men’s mental health, learn about the changes to the urinalysis policy and get information on PTSD awareness month, plus find messages to share, upcoming events and more. Download the June newsletter.
Cancellation of Urinalysis Policy Update
NAVADMIN 100/21 announces the full resumption of urinalysis testing but with the precautions and procedures to test safely in a COVID-19 environment. The NAVADMIN cancels any temporary pause in testing that was outlined in NAVADMIN 92/20. The decision to resume testing aligns with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's announcement supporting a safe return to many activities halted during the pandemic. The briefing card with frequently asked questions about the NAVADMIN is available here. You can also read the full NAVADMIN 100/21 online.
New iFTDTL Portal
The Legacy IFTDTL Portal has been shut down permanently, removing various features from that the portal used to provide. The new portal is available at https://ftdtl.health.mil.
Contact the help desk with questions.
The Internet Forensic Toxicology Drug Testing Laboratory (iFTDTL) Support email: MILL_DTADMIN@NAVY.MIL; Phone: 901-874-2458; DSN: 882
NDSP support/password reset/WebDTP/DTPLITE email: MILL_NDSP@NAVY.MIL; Phone: 901-874-4204 DSN: 882
Learn about the new iFTDTL portal and how to gain access on our updated iFTDTL page. You can also find frequently asked questions (FAQs) by clicking here.
New Webinar Schedule
The new webinar schedule for FY-2021 is available and is comprised of webinars to assist in the transition to the new IFTDTL portal and from NDSP to Web DTP along with other drug and alcohol-related topics. Please plan to attend one of the two sessions conducted on the scheduled day. Please call or email our office if you have questions. The new schedule can be found here.
Hemp and CBD Product Guidance
ALNAV 074/20 clarifies Navy's prohibition on the use of hemp-derived products including but not limited to cannabidiol (CBD). Read the ALNAV here. Check out our fact sheet with information and FAQs on hemp and CBD products. Download and disseminate the fact sheet from here.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Updates and OPNAV N173A Response
Your site for information and assistance to support individual and command drug use prevention efforts.
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 N173A staff is teleworking and limited to answering one line at a time.
iFTDTL support: (901) 874-2458; MILL_DTADMIN@NAVY.MIL
Command letters of determination: MILL_N170D_DDR@NAVY.MIL
Synthetic drug testing: (901) 874-4232; MILL_SDTESTREQ@NAVY.MIL
ADMITS: (901) 874-4214; MILL_N17_ADMITS@NAVY.MIL
USMC: (703) 784-9526
NDSP support/password reset: (901) 874-4204; MILL_NDSP@NAVY.MIL
June is Men's Health Month
June is Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center’s Men's Health Month. We have all likely been extra vigilant about our health and wellness over the past year. As life is slowly returning to the way it was pre-pandemic (with some exceptions, of course), it will still be essential to stay observant of our health. Men may sometimes put health on the back burner, but making visits to the doctor and checking in on any health concerns and abnormalities is always important -- during a pandemic and otherwise. Learn about ways for men to stay on top of their health from the NMCPHC Men's Health Month toolbox here.
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