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Assessments of Drug or Alcohol Dependency in the United States

A drug or alcohol addiction assessment is a specific process designed to figure out the best course of treatment for a specific individual. There are many things to consider when one struggling with addiction, such as: what substance they are addicted to, how long they have been using, the frequency and amount they are using, their age, etc. Many factors must be taken into consideration in order to make an informed decision about the addiction treatment.

Why is addiction assessment important?

Since each person is different, it becomes obvious that a single course of treatment for addiction would not suit everyone. For example, if you are addicted to an opioid prescription drug and have been for a long time, this may require a specific kind of detox before anything else. This might not be the case for other drugs. Choosing the right kind of treatment is a crucial step to full recovery.

The people who evaluate alcoholics or drug addicts are professionals who understand addiction and how to treat it. They can refer you to an addiction treatment program that will suit your needs.

How to find a facility that provides assessment services for drug or alcohol addiction

It can be a little hard to find centers near you that provide addiction assessment services. We, at Parents Speaking Out Against Addiction, have tried to make this process as easy as possible for you. Below, you will find a list of pages for each state, within those pages, you will find a list of facilities that can evaluate alcohol or drug addiction. You can also call one of our counselors at 1-800-709-6738. We are here to help.

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Assessment/Evaluation Services for Addiction by States

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