Free Confidential Alcohol Abuse Assessment

Alcoholism, which is known clinically as alcohol use disorder, can only be diagnosed by a qualified professional. However, many people who exhibit the symptoms of alcohol use disorder do not realize that they should seek professional help.

If you think that you might have a problem with alcohol abuse or addiction, this self-assessment can help you determine if it would be wise to follow up with a healthcare professional who can conduct a full assessment and provide an accurate diagnosis.

1. Have you ever lied to or otherwise attempted to deceive friends, family members, or colleagues about how often and/or how much you drink?

2. Have you ever had problems in school, at work, or in social settings as a result of drinking?

3. Have you ever had alcohol-related legal problems, such as being cited for public drunkenness or driving while impaired?

4. Have you ever had an alcohol-related blackout, or awakened after a night of drinking with no memory of what you did while you were drunk?

5. Do you need a drink to get going in the morning, or to relax at night?

6. Do you drink in order to deal with stress, pressure, and other negative experiences?

7. Do you feel as though you need to drink in order to enjoy yourself at parties, sporting events, or other social gatherings?

8. Do you ever plan to have just a drink and end up consuming much more than you originally intended?

9. Have you ever tried and failed to reduce the amount or frequency of your drinking?

10. When you’re not able to have a drink when you want one, or when you’re trying to cut down or stop drinking, do you begin to feel anxious, agitated, or otherwise not right?

11. Have friends or loved ones ever expressed concern to you about your drinking?

12. Are you worried that you might have a problem with alcohol?

Thank you for taking Rose Rehab’s Alcohol Screening.

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