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Substance Use Screening Tool

Take the following short screening tool to learn about your risk. At the end you will have the option to provide your contact information and our admissions team will contact you with more information about our programs.

If you have taken this quiz, you may in the pre-contemplative phase and have likely started the Road to Recovery. If you answered yes to five or more of these questions you likely have a moderate substance use disorder. The more positive answers you have on this screening tool your addiction is likely more severe. Do not be in denial. You know it is time to start a path to a recovered lifestyle and to see the rewards of freedom from the consequences of addiction. Remove these negative consequences from your life and allow your life to have positive results from treating, managing and monitoring your addiction.

The first step in your journey to recovery is to get an assessment by a licensed professional. Call us today for a free consultation or fill out the contact form at the end of the screening tool and we will get in contact with you. 


Do I need Withdrawal Management/Detoxification Services?

Sometimes people need to have medical assistance in stopping the use of mood altering substances. Pain, trauma, and even death can occur if a person who is dependent on drugs or alcohol suddenly quits taking the chemical or substance.  During your initial assessment with our admissions team we will help you assess if withdrawal management (also called detoxification) is right for you. 


Removing a chemical from the human body may have an effect on the physical or mental health of the person. Sometimes the supervision of a medical professional is necessary to start a recovery journey. Typically, it takes 3-5 days to detoxify the human body so that a person can physically, mentally and emotionally enter into a recovery program. A recovery program is designed to bring awareness of the addiction first and then the skills necessary to manage and monitor the addiction. This process happens over time and requires commitment, attention and financial resources to learn to control the addiction. There is no quick fix to addiction.   

Get an Individualized Treatment Plan with the right Level of Care.

Depending on your individual experiences and needs, a treatment plan may involve Withdrawal Management, Residential Treatment (inpatient), Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient Programming, Individual Counseling Sessions or Group Outpatient Classes. Some treatment plans require multiple levels of care. Most successful recovery involves the use of a support group long after completing the recovery program to help hold you accountable and to help monitor your disease. It is important that you have a follow up care plan and a support system in place after treatment to maintain your freedom from addiction.

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