Self Assessments Alcohol Addiction Self Test Do you lose time from work or school due to drinking? YesNo Do you drink because you are uncomfortable in social situations? YesNo Do you drink alcohol to build up your self-confidence? YesNo Is drinking affecting your relationships with friends? YesNo Do you drink alone? YesNo Do you drink to escape from studies or home worries? YesNo Do you feel guilty or depressed after drinking alcohol? YesNo Does it bother you when someone expresses concern over your drinking habits? YesNo Do you have to take a drink when you go out to socialize? YesNo Do you get along better with other people when you drink? YesNo Do you get into financial troubles over buying liquor? YesNo Do you feel more important when you drink? YesNo Have you lost friends since you started drinking alcohol? YesNo Do you drink more than most of your friends? YesNo Have you started hanging around with a crowd that drinks more than your old friends? YesNo Do you drink until you can’t drink anymore? YesNo Have you ever had a complete loss of memory from drinking? YesNo Have you ever been to a hospital or been arrested due to drunken behavior? YesNo Do you think you have a problem with alcohol? YesNo Drug Addiction Self Test Do you feel like you need to use the drug regularly? YesNo Do you make sure you have a steady supply of your drug of choice on hand? YesNo Do you want to stop, but can’t? YesNo If you feel you can’t stop using, do you do things you normally would not do to get drugs? YesNo Do you feel you need drugs to function normally? YesNo Are you willing to do something dangerous while taking drugs, like operating a motor vehicle, or some kind of equipment that could cause bodily harm? YesNo IF YOU ANSWERED “YES” TO 3 OR MORE QUESTIONS IN EITHER TEST, YOU LIKELY HAVE A SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROBLEM THAT NEEDS TO BE ADDRESSED. Coming to grips with addiction is never easy, but there is effective treatment available at RCOUSA. We provide evidence-based programs to treat the full spectrum of addictions at multiple levels of care, as well as the mental health care many people need to recover successfully. TRUST THE RECOVERY CENTER TO HELP Acknowledging that you have a problem is the first step toward healing and taking your life back into your own hands. It’s natural to be afraid of the next steps in your journey to recovery, but you don’t have to take them alone. Consider reaching out to our clinical experts here at RCOUSA. We’re here to help. You can also reach us at our access line (800) 601-4906.