If you think you may have a substance use disorder, there is a good chance that you do. You can call our 24 hour/7 day a week hotline and receive a free, confidential screening.
Use the following screening to see if you might need help with substance abuse.
If you answered yes to 2 or more of these questions we encourage you to talk to one of our professionals about a possible substance use disorder. 866.795.4673
People begin using substances for many different reasons: some are responding to social pressures, others are thrill-seeking, or seeking symptom relief from unwanted emotions or physical pain. Continued use can often lead to substance use disorder.
Substance Use Disorders affect 1 in 10 Americans. It is characterized by the continued use of harmful substances despite clear negative consequences. It is marked by an increased tolerance for the substnace, contineud use to avoid withdrawal symptoms, and an inability to stop using substances despite negative consequences.
Many people want to stop substance abuse, but find themselves unable to do so. For many, substance abuse has affected friendships, careers, and families, leaving them feeling trapped.