To see if you or someone you care about has a problem with opiates, answer the following questions:
- Do you feel at times that you have to use to feel “normal”?
- Do you use opiates in secret, hiding it from family and friends?
- Have you ignored responsibilities at home, school or work due to using?
- Have you attempted to limit your use but still take more than you intended?
- Have friends, family or co-workers expressed concern about your using?
- Do you need to take more and more opiates (Lortab, Oxycodone,Vicodin,,,,,,) to get the same effect?
- Do you spend a lot of time thinking about, searching for, using or feeling sick from opiates?
- Have you faked or exaggerated an injury to get pain pills? Do you go to one or more doctors/pharmacies to get pain pills prescribed or filled?
- Do you continue to use opiates despite negative consequences, including but not limited to legal problems, failed relationships, loss of employment, financial stressors, or poor health?
- Have you returned to using after attempting to quit?
- Have you lied or stolen from others to obtain money to buy opiates?
- Do you need to use opiates to get out of bed or make it through the day?
- Do you worry about where you will get more opiates to avoid being sick the next day? Do you feel physically sick(nausea, cold sweats, body aches, diarrhea) if you do not use opiates?
- Do you take other drugs in attempt to relieve the pain of withdrawal?
This Addiction Self Test is not designed or intended to diagnose a medical condition as only a medical professional can make that determination.
However, if you answered “yes” to 3 or more of these questions, our clinical staff can help you determine if you have an addiction and meet the criteria for admission. Call today!
If you need help with other treatment options like Subutex, Methadone, Buprenorphine, Suboxone, or Zubsolv treatments, please send us a message.