Self Test Drug Use

Self test for drug addiction

Are you wondering if you may have a problem with drug addiction? Answer the following questions honestly and press submit for results.

Self Tests

Are Drugs a Problem?

Drug addiction can be a difficult thing for someone to admit. Take our self test for drug addiction to see if it may be a problem for you. Firstly, it’s important to recognize that there‘s a problem and ask for help. It can be difficult for people to recognize they have a problem. Often people will say they have problems with everything but drugs; a problem with housing, problems with employment, family issues, financial difficulty. But in reality the common thread through everything is the addiction to substances which causes all the other problems. You may try to minimize or deny the extent of your problem, refuse to seek help, or make excuses for your behavior. Denial is a common symptom of addiction and can prevent someone from getting the help they need. It’s important to recognize signs of denial in yourself or someone you care about so that treatment and recovery can be achieved.

Signs of Drug Addiction:

  1. Increased tolerance to the drug, needing more of it to achieve desired effects.
  2. Withdrawal symptoms when trying to stop using the drug and physical signs such as tremors or sweating when not using the drug.
  3. Taking higher doses of the drugs for longer periods than intended or prescribed.
  4. Neglecting responsibilities at home, work, school or in relationships due to using drugs.
  5. Spending a lot of time and money on obtaining and using drugs even when knowing it is causing problems with finances or relationships.
  6. Continuing to use despite being aware that it is negatively affecting physical health.

Finding Help

Last Door offers comprehensive treatment for drug addiction. The program includes medical detox, peer support, counseling, and aftercare support. Medical detox is the first step in recovery. It helps to reduce physical withdrawal symptoms so that you can focus on your treatment plan. Last Door is a Social Model program based on peer support and the 12 Steps of Narcotics Anonymous that fosters a deep sense of community and accountability. Last Door also provides individualized counselling care tailored to each person‘s needs and goals for their recovery journey. Aftercare support services are designed to help you maintain sobriety once treatment has been completed. it includes ongoing group sessions, support groups, lifestyle changes, Alumni events, and more.

Contact use and learn how we can help.

Do I have an addiction to Drugs?

Are you wondering if you may have a problem with drug addiction? Answer the following questions honestly and press submit for results.

Do you often use drugs by yourself?

Have you ever lied to a doctor to get more or “better” medication?

Do you have a routine of drug use? (eg. A specific time or place each day where you need to use drugs)

Have you changed your friend group or the places you hang out in order to be in a more drug friendly environment?

Have you ever used a drug without knowing what it was or what it would do to you?

Have you ever used drugs at work or school?

Have you ever lied about your drug use to avoid judgment or consequences?

Have you ever spent money on drugs that you should have used for your bills?

Does using drugs interrupt your sleeping or eating?

Do you feel like it’s impossible for you to live without drugs?

Do you feel like you can’t have fun without using drugs?

Do you have many fears that other people think are irrational?

Do you often use drugs to cope with stress or emotional pain?

Have you ever overdosed on any drugs?

Do you find that the amount of drugs you are using is getting larger, but your high is staying the same?

Do you find that you need to take different drugs to help you “come down”?

Have you ever experienced withdrawal symptoms (felt sick) when you stopped taking drugs?

Have you ever lost a friend or relationship due to drugs?

Do you ever feel bad or guilty about your drug use?

Have you ever done crime, serious or minor, to get drugs or to save money on bills so you could use the money for drugs?

You answered yes to 0 questions.

If you answered yes to 1-5 questions:

We suggest that you speak frankly with a Physician or an addiction Specialist concerning your results and your substance use. Because you answered less than 5 of these questions, you may not require residential treatment, but may we suggest you consider participating in outpatient addiction treatment, Narcotics Anonymous Meetings, recovery coaching.

If you answered yes to 5 or more questions:

We suggest that you call us today for a telephone consultation, learn about harm reduction services in your area and consider residential treatment.

Please note

Your results from this test cannot be considered a diagnosis of addiction and should not be considered as such. They indicate the need for further professional help. Remember that recovery can start when you want it to. It’s up to you how bad things get before you seek help. Last Door works with individuals with arrange of drug use behavior from those who are misusing marijuana to those who are severely addicted. The Last Door specializes in conducting comprehensive medical addiction assessments to help you in your recovery. We assess your needs and based on the results, recommend an individualized treatment plan.

Get in touch today or call our recovery helpline

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