Self Assessment Quiz

Think of a typical work week. Now imagine you’re fine on Monday morning, but on Friday afternoon, you’re addicted to opioids. That’s how fast it can happen. It can take as little as five days to develop an opioid addiction.

If you think you may be in danger of addiction, here you can take a quick self assessment quiz to help you avoid or overcome opioid dependency.

Assessment for Adolescents (under 18 years of age)

1. Have you ever ridden in a car driven by someone (including yourself) who was high or had been using drugs?
Yes      No
2. Do you ever use opioids to relax, feel better about yourself, or fit in?
Yes      No
3. Do you ever use opioids while you are by yourself or alone?
Yes      No
4. Do you ever forget things you did while using opioids?
Yes      No
5. Do your family members or friends ever tell you that you should cut down on your drinking or drug use?
Yes      No
6. Have you ever gotten into trouble while you were using opioids?
Yes      No

Assessment for Adults (18 and over)

1. In the past year, have you ever used opioids more than you meant to?
Yes      No
2. Have you ever neglected some of your usual responsibilities because of opioids?
Yes      No
3. Have you felt you wanted or needed to cut down on your drug use in the last year?
Yes      No
4. Has anyone objected to your use of opioids? Or has a family member, friend, or anyone else ever told you that they objected to drug use?
Yes      No
5. Have you ever found yourself preoccupied with wanting to use opioids? Or have you found yourself thinking a lot about using them?
Yes      No
6. Have you ever used opioids to relieve emotional discomfort, such as sadness, anger, or anxiety?
Yes      No
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Take courage together

It may look like a party, but when abused, opioids are anything but. Don’t ever feel pressured into misusing opioids. By taking courage together, Alabamians can help prevent opioid addiction and overdose before they affect even more lives.

Make the choice today to stay free from opioid abuse. And if someone you know needs help, call 844-307-1760.

You’re not alone

If you’re facing opioid addiction, know that you’re not facing it alone. It affects those you love. It affects all of us. Together, we can have the courage to take positive steps and do something about opioid abuse. There are people near you, ready to provide the help you need.

Honor those who care about you. Open the door today to a life free from opioid abuse. Call 844-307-1760.

No Stigma

People from all walks of life may find themselves facing opioid addiction, regardless of race, age or socioeconomic status. Together, let’s get rid of the stigmas surrounding opioid misuse. Don’t be afraid to seek help. We can have the courage to make a difference.

The opioid epidemic in Alabama affects us all. For help, call 844-307-1760.