Substance Abuse Assessment

Spend less than 5 minutes to learn more about your — or your loved one’s — potential addiction severity through our substance abuse assessment.

The following 11 questions have been designed and used by healthcare professionals. Your responses will remain 100% anonymous and confidential.

Please read the following questions carefully and answer as honestly as you can.

Substance Abuse Assessment
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Disclaimer: Only a medical or clinical professional may diagnose a substance use disorder. This assessment may serve as an indicator of a potential addiction but should not replace a diagnosis from a professional treatment provider.
Frequently Asked Questions

What is a substance abuse assessment?

This substance abuse self-test is a collection of 11 curated yes or no questions intended to be used as an informational tool to assess the severity and probability of a substance use disorder. This tool should not be used to diagnose.

Is the substance abuse self-assessment free?

Yes, the addiction assessment is free, confidential, and there is no obligation to enter contact information to receive your results. Though If you do decide you would like to discuss treatment options, there is a contact phone number where an admissions advisor can help you at the bottom of the results page.

What questions are in this online substance use assessment?

The substance abuse and addiction assessment will ask questions regarding your use and welfare. The first 3 questions can be found below:
  1. Do you regularly drink or use other substances more than you plan to?
  2. Have you been unsuccessful at quitting drinking or other substance use before?
  3. Has your drinking or other substance use interfered with your personal relationships?