Alcohol Use Assessment
Worried about yourself?
Use this questionnaire to review your drinking behavior.
How can I recognize signs of an alcohol-related problem in myself?
- Drinking to calm nerves, forget worries, or boost a sad mood.
- Guilt about drinking.
- Unsuccessful attempts to stop drinking.
- Lying about or hiding drinking habits.
- Causing harm to oneself or someone else as a result of drinking.
- Needing to drink increasingly greater amounts in order to achieve desired effects.
- Feeling irritable, resentful, or unreasonable when not drinking.
- Medical, social, family, or financial problems caused by drinking.
- Spending a great deal of time procuring and drinking alcohol.
- Drinking in risky situations, such as before driving or engaging in unwanted/unprotected sex.
A “yes” to any of the above questions may indicate a reason for concern. It is recommended that you talk to a professional at the Counseling Center at 219.464.5002 or the counselor at the Office of Alcohol and Drug Education at 219.464.6820. Community resources are also available through Porter-Starke at (ph #). For other informational resources. go to Help Guide or call 1.800.488.DRUG.