Washington DC – Heartland is proud to announce it has been awarded the contract to provide program support to the Air Force Medical Readiness Agency (AFMRA) Deputy Chief, Mental Health Division’s Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program (ADAPT) and AF Drug Demand Reduction (DDR) Programs. On this contract, Heartland will be supporting the AFMRA, Aerospace Medicine Policy and Operations (AFMRA/SG3C) and the Air Force Drug Demand Reduction Program Office (AFMRA/SG3L). 

With Heartland’s proven experience, the ADAPT program and DDR Program Manager can deliver adequate, informed coordination and decision making regarding medical-related data to the requirements of the effort. Our dedication to quality and procedural conformance has proudly earned Heartland the trust of the Air Force during our past and current collaborations. Heartland will continue to strive for excellence and maintain high standards to impress the AFMRA’s leadership and directorates by meeting and exceeding their expectations for delivering quality services to the United States Government. 

“Supporting the ADAPT and DDR programs providing this service gives Heartland the privilege and honor to contribute critical medical services dedicated to the mental health and wellness of our airmen and women. As a veteran, it is humbling and fulfilling to support the wellbeing of these brave airmen and women who serve and fight for this great nation and its freedoms,” stated John English, Heartland’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO). 

Heartland Consulting is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) providing management consulting, financial management, knowledge management, and information technology support to our government and commercial clients.