Common Questions that are Asked During Drug and Alcohol Assessments
Professional drug and alcohol assessment is important and is the 1st step at most rehab centers. It is also the most critical step when arrested for DUI or for violating laws under influence of alcohol or drugs. Court may ask for drug and alcohol assessment report.
The professionals trained to evaluate, assess and diagnose addictions conduct alcohol and drug abuse assessments within a private set up. Of course the assessors are all trained professionals to evaluate people for addictions. Multiple assessors may assess and evaluate you to make sure that you receive the correct diagnosis for your condition as well as the best and tailored treatment.
The professional assessor may also conduct a face-to-face interview and ask open-ended questions in making a proper diagnosis.
Here are just a few of the questions that you might want to think about before the drug and alcohol assessment process -
- When did you first started drinking alcohol or using drugs?
- What substances do you use?
- How much do you use drugs or drink?
- How has alcohol or drug dependency impacted your life?
- What is your medical history?
- What is your mental health history?
- Are you on any medications?
- What is your employment history?
- What is your financial situation?
- What is your family and home life like?
The overall addiction assessment process is pretty much straightforward. The assessor will have you fill out a questionnaire asking about the –
- Present drug or alcohol you are using
- Your health and treatment history
- Your behavioral patterns, symptoms
- Effects and impact of addiction that has had on your life
Fret not if you have been ordered to go through a drug and alcohol assessment
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