Self Test (AUD)

This test is based on the 5th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5). Answer the questions below to indicate if you have a mild, moderate, or severe alcohol use disorder. This self-test is to be used as a guide and not as a diagnosis. If you or someone you know believe there is concern for an alcohol use disorder, please consult with a healthcare professional.

Please answer every question. If you are unsure about a question or answer, choose the response that is mostly right. These questions refer to the past 12 months of drinking alcohol. Responses to these questions can be scored using the key below. Complete the self test and submit for a confidential assessment.

Results:
0-1: Alcohol Misuse – Continued alcohol use may progress to an alcohol use disorder.
2-3: Mild, Alcohol Use Disorder– Continued alcohol use is likely to progress to a severe alcohol use disorder.
4-5: Moderate, Alcohol Use Disorder – Medications and behavioral interventions are effective to stop drinking alcohol.
≥ 6: Severe, Alcohol Use Disorder – Medications and behavioral interventions are effective to stop drinking alcohol.

*Please do not submit any Protected Health Information (PHI).

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