Adult Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Self Test
Do You Have A Chemical Dependency Problem?
questionnaire will only be meaningful if you are honest with yourself.
Have you engaged in illegal activities in order to obtain
alcohol or drugs?
Have you been arrested for possession of illegal drugs?
Have you been arrested for Public Intoxication?
Has your drinking or using drugs created problems between you
and your family?
Have you lost friends because of your drinking or use of drugs?
Has anyone ever told you that you have a problem with drinking
or using drugs?
Have you neglected your family because of your drinking and use
Have you abused prescription drugs?
Do you abuse more than one drug at a time?
Have you tried to stop drinking or using drugs and were not able
to do so?
Have you had blackouts or flashbacks as a result of drinking or
Do you ever have feelings of guilt or shame about your drinking
and using drugs?
Have you had financial difficulties as a result of drinking or
Do you drink or use drugs alone?
answer is a warning
answers, you probably are Chemically Dependent
or more YES answers, you are Chemically Dependent and you need help NOW.
DON'T BE AFRAID...
times we know we have a problem - or we know someone we care about that has a
problem - but we're not ready to admit that the problem is that bad!
think that someone you know, or that you yourself, might have a problem with
alcohol or drugs, it makes sense to check it out. Talk with us at Seeds of
Hope. We'll help you find answers and options. We believe that knowledge can
service is completely confidential, so there is no reason to be afraid to ask
questions. We are here to help!
problems of alcohol and drug abuse and addiction can destroy lives, devastate
families, and debilitate entire communities.
Seeds of Hope, we understand the disease of addiction and have years of
experience helping people move toward a better life through recovery. When we
focus our efforts and resources on addiction recovery, we are taking steps
toward a better future not just for women who struggle with addiction, but for
the families and communities in which those individuals reside.