Do you think you might have a problem with alcohol or other drugs?
Answer these short “yes” or “no” questions to see if you might need help.
- Do you drink or use to feel more at ease at work, school or a social event?
- Do you ever drink or get high immediately after you have a problem at home, school or work?
- Have you ever felt you ought to cut down on your drinking or drug use?
- Have you ever missed work, school or family obligations due to alcohol or other drugs?
- Have you ever felt bad or guilty about your drinking or drug use?
- Do others say that you use too much alcohol or other drugs?
- Have you lost friends or other relationships since you started using alcohol or other drugs?
- Do you ever wake up and wonder what happened the night before?
- Have you ever had a drink or used drugs first thing in the morning to steady your nerves or to get rid of a hangover?
- Do you drink or use other drugs until your supply is all gone?
- Do you find that you drink or use drugs just to get through the day?
- Do you borrow money or “do without” other things to buy alcohol and other drugs?
- Have you ever been arrested or hospitalized due to alcohol or use of illicit drugs?
- Has there ever been someone in your family with a drinking or other drug problem?
- Could you have a problem with alcohol or other drugs?
If you answered “yes” to any three of the above questions, you may be at risk for developing alcoholism and/or dependence on another drug.
If you answered “yes” to five of these questions, we recommend you seek help immediately. Please consider calling us today.
We promise to help you, your family, and your children get the help you need when dealing with substance abuse, addiction or a related issue.
Please call our experienced admissions team today to discuss your unique situation and we will work to find the right program or facility for you and your family. Call: 855.942.4100.
NOTE: This test was adapted from a test offered by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. It is not meant to be used to diagnose a problem with alcohol or other drugs. Its purpose is for identification of a possible problem. Only a physician or professional clinician should diagnose.