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

Your responses will remain 100% anonymous and confidential.

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.

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.

Self-Assessment: Am I Addicted?
Are you worried about yourself or a loved one?
Does your loved one crave or have strong urges to use drugs or alcohol?
Does your loved one often use drugs or alcohol in larger amounts or over a longer period of time than they intended?
Does your loved one spend a great deal of time finding, using, or recovering from drugs or alcohol?
Has your loved one cut back on or abandoned social, professional, or recreational activities due to their use of drugs or alcohol?
Has your loved one expressed a desire to cut back on drugs or alcohol or made unsuccessful attempts to do so?
Do you often use drugs or alcohol in larger amounts or over a longer period of time than you intended?
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If you successfully complete our 90-day inpatient treatment programme but experience a relapse within 30 days of leaving, we will welcome you back for complimentary 30 days of treatment.*

* Click here to learn more or contact UKAT directly for rehab availability.

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