Meth Addiction Self-Assessment Quiz

This self-guided assessment is created to help you evaluate the level of your Meth use, but this quiz is not intended to replace a proper, clinical diagnosis of Meth addiction. You can use the results of this assessment as a guide to help you determine if your Meth use is problematic, recognize the signs and symptoms of a Meth use disorder and seek treatment for Meth addiction if necessary. Review your results with your physician or call The Recovery Village to speak with a representative about your Meth use disorder and the options for treatment programs.

Am I Addicted to Meth?

This quiz is a self-guided assessment that has been created from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders which is the standard criteria for diagnosing mental health and substance use disorders. This assessment contains “yes” or “no” questions relative to your Meth use during the last 12 months. If you’re looking for answers about an alcohol use disorder, this quiz does not contain questions about alcohol abuse, you can take this quiz for alcoholism instead. If you are concerned a loved one is taking illicit drugs, take our Is My Loved One Addicted To Illicit Drugs?

Please respond “yes” or “no” based on your meth use only. In the past 12 months:

Do you have a persistent desire or unsuccessful efforts to cut down your meth use?
Do you have a craving or strong desire or urge to use meth?
Have you failed to fulfill major role obligations at work, home, or school due to your meth misuse?
Have you spent a substantial amount of time obtaining meth, misusing it or recovering from its effects?
Have you felt guilt or remorse about your meth misuse?
Has your meth misuse led to financial issues?
Has your meth misuse led to legal problems?
Have you been able to get through the week without meth?
Has a friend or family member expressed concern about your meth misuse?
Have you reduced or given up your important social, occupational or recreational engagements due to your meth misuse?
Have you developed a tolerance to meth, in other words, you need to take increased amounts of meth over time to feel the same effects?
Have you experienced meth withdrawal symptoms, or taken meth to avoid withdrawal symptoms?

Your assessment results are confidential. Please enter your information below to proceed to your results.

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