Online Alcohol Assessment Quiz
Has your drinking reached the point of addiction? Do a self-evaluation here, and see where to turn next.
Did you know that roughly a quarter of the adult population in the U.S. binge drink at least once a week? Still, alcohol is a legal substance and widely available. Although many will drink from time to time, that doesn’t mean you should let your drinking habits continue if alcohol is damaging your health, finances, and relationships, and if it is negatively impacting your overall quality of life.
According to the 2021 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), “[a]mong people aged 12 or older in 2021, 5.8 percent (or 16.3 million people) were heavy alcohol users in the past month.” Even without numbers such as these, you’re probably well aware that many people struggle with alcohol abuse across the country. Furthermore, if you think your drinking habits are out of hand, you are not alone.
Now you’re at the point where you start gathering others’ opinions on whether your drinking habits have reached the point of alcohol addiction or alcoholism. You can take this free online assessment we’ve put together to see if it’s time to pursue treatment for an alcohol problem.
Keep in mind you can also take this test on behalf of a close family member or friend whose daily habits and behaviors you’re familiar with.
Are you worried that your drinking habits (or those of a loved one) might have reached the point where you need to seek professional help or treatment?
Take this 15-question online assessment to get our best evaluation of the situation. Please answer every question as honestly and accurately as possible. Once you finish the assessment and get your result, we’ll let you know where you should turn next.
Get Help For Alcohol Addiction Today
Don’t wait—reach out for help now.
If you took our alcohol assessment and feel that you have a drinking problem, reach out to us today. Harmony Place in Los Angeles, California, can help you stop drinking for good. We also help our clients understand the underlying causes of their addictive behaviors. That way, they can start living the lives that they deserve.
Contact us today to begin treatment for alcohol addiction.