Substance Use Assessment Series

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Substance Use Assessment A-1
Upon questioning, Chris admits to having had suicidal thoughts as a result of his addiction to Heroin. In his answers, we learn that he has been using since he was…
Substance Use Assessment A-2
Upon questioning, Lisa describes her addiction to crack cocaine and her difficulty in accepting treatment. Her drug use has led to traumatic sexual experiences and dramatic changes in her personal…
Substance Use Assessment A-3
Upon questioning, Shane, a teenager, describes his casual relationship to several substances including alcohol and marijuana. Shane also admits to trying other drugs such as ecstasy. Despite using daily, he…
Substance Use Assessment A-4
Upon questioning, Mike discusses his use of alcohol and his prescription medication: Dexedrine. He insists he follows the dose of Dexedrine prescribed by his physician and does not drink to…
Substance Use Assessment A-5
Laura is a college student who took Dexedrine in the past to treat her ADHD. She recently stopped taking Dexedrine. She professes she does not drink alcohol to excess since…

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