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Substance abuse assessment questionnaire for self evaluation of drug and alcohol addiction.
Substance abuse difficulties affect each person differently, but there are many common factors which most people experience when they are struggling. Each individual has a unique level of resilience to manage their difficulties and most everybody experiences some degree of problems at some point in life.
However, there are times when drug abuse or emotional disturbances become unmanageable and may rise to the point of requiring formal assessment and treatment. Self-assessments help you to take a look at yourself in an honest, open manner. They are useful in considering symptoms and questions about problems that may have previously been ignored or minimized. They can help you to admit to yourself that you may really have a problem and that what family and friends have shared with you is well-intentioned and out of love. Self-assessments are able to be done in privacy and with complete anonymity. They often help identify the need to reach out for help and can bridge the gap toward taking the first step of picking up the phone to call an expert for assistance.
The following assessment questionnaire will help you to take a look at a cluster of common symptoms, but do not necessarily indicate a significant problem when taken out of context, or if you are troubled by a small range of symptoms.
You should answer these questions very honestly. If you answer the questions honestly, you will be able to better gauge whether or not you are experiencing any symptoms that may require further investigation. And if you need it, please know that the staff at Challenges is available to help you interpret your answers and to provide you with whatever information or help you may need.
If the team at Challenges can help by providing additional information or resources, please don’t hesitate to contact us.