Drug Self-Assessment Test

Drug Self-Assessment

Are you questioning whether drug use is becoming an issue in your life? Do you have concerns about your drug use? This concise self-assessment comprising 20 questions aims to assist in recognizing whether drug use poses a problem, either for yourself or for a friend or family member.

Instructions: The following questions pertain to your involvement with drugs, encompassing both non-medical usage and excessive consumption of prescribed or over-the-counter medications.

If You are in Crisis and Need Immediate Help

Call 911 for emergency service. or go to the nearest emergency room hospital. You can ask a family member or friend to help you reach out for help or take you to a hospital.

If a Family Member or Friend is Facing a Crisis

As addiction is prevalent within communities, NCADD operates a National Network of Member Affiliates spanning across the country.

Find Meetings and Support Groups

Meetings and support groups aid in recovery by offering support through the value of small groups who are confronting similar situations.

Find Treatment

Finding treatment options for substance use nationwide can be accomplished through various resources and organizations.

Disclaimer: The results of this self-test are not intended to constitute a diagnosis and should be used solely as a guide to understanding your substance use and the potential health issues involved with it. The information provided here cannot substitute for a full evaluation by a health professional.

Approved by NCADD Medical-Scientific Committee.