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Alcohol Abuse &
Dependency Self-Assessment

Alcohol Abuse & Dependency Self-Assessment

Do I Have a Problem with Alcohol?

According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, alcoholism is a chronic, relapsing disease that is characterized by a person no longer being able to control their use of alcohol, compulsively abuse it despite its negative ramifications, and/or experiencing emotional distress when they are not consuming.

An estimated 15 million people in the United States have AUD, approximately 5.8% of the adult population in 2018. While an online test isn’t a formal diagnoses, it’s a great starting point to consider whether you might be suffering from a common problem.

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Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT)

The AUDIT (Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test) is a simple and effective method of screening for unhealthy alcohol use, defined as risky or hazardous consumption or any alcohol use disorder.

Based on the data from a multinational World Health Organization collaborative study, the AUDIT has become the world’s most widely used alcohol screening instrument since its publication in 1989. It is currently available in approximately 40 languages.

Importantly, the AUDIT provides a framework for intervention to help those with unhealthy alcohol use reduce or cease alcohol consumption and thereby avoid the harmful consequences of alcohol.

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Would You Like To Live a Happier, More Successful Life?

Recovering from the disease of alcoholism isn’t easy but it sure as heck is better for everyone involved. If you’re sick and tired of the constant struggle, call us or complete our admissions form.

Many of us were bruised, battered, and broken when we arrived at sobriety’s doorstep; today, we’ve regained our dignity, family, friends, careers, and our passion in life.

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