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Addiction Quizzes

Addiction Quizzes
Ashwood Recovery is dedicated to helping people and their families who suffer from addiction. If you believe that it may be time to seek professional help, it can be useful to take one of our addiction quizzes to learn more about your situation and how Ashwood Recovery can help.
Addiction Quiz

Am I an addict? Quiz

It’s quite common for people to be unsure about whether or not they’re addicted to drugs or alcohol. Take this quiz to learn more today.

Alcoholism Quiz
No one thinks he or she is an alcoholic until it’s too late. Take our alcoholism quiz today to find out if you need help.
Family Addiction Quiz
It’s easy to miss the signs that a family member is addicted long before the situation reaches a critical point. Take the quiz now and find out if your family member is showing signs of addiction.
Heroin Addiction Quiz
Heroin addiction can be a natural progression from addiction to painkillers. It can creep up on you and before you know it, you’re addicted.
Prescription Drug Quiz
Are you taking prescription drugs and worried about developing a drug addiction? Take this quiz today to find out.
Outpatient Quiz
Outpatient addiction treatment is one option for drug rehab and alcohol rehab in Boise, Idaho that many people consider, but it’s not the appropriate choice for everyone who needs substance abuse treatment. If you have questions about whether or not this is the right type of treatment for you, this quiz can help you.
Co Dependent Quiz
The definition of codependency is an excessive emotional or psychological reliance on a partner (or friend). The partner typically is addicted to drugs and/or alcohol. Take this quiz to find out today if your relationship is co-dependent and what you can do to find help.
Enabling Quiz
The difference between help and enabling is not something taught in school, and if you’ve never been part of the drug addiction world, then you have had little reason to learn about it. Take the enabling family member quiz today to learn more.
Dual Diagnosis Quiz
Dual diagnosis (DD) means the person has two diagnoses. In the rehab world, dual diagnosis is given to those who already have a diagnosis of drug addiction or alcoholism but now need the staff at the rehab facility to consider their anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or other mental health disorder when a treatment plan is made.