Are you or a loved one struggling with addiction? Take our 3 Minute Checkup or look through the list below.
This series of questions about one's use of alcohol or drugs is an informal inventory of "tell-tale signs" with many items tailored to lawyers. It is not a list of official diagnostic criteria and does not substitute for a professional evaluation.
If you answer “Yes” to any one of these questions, you owe it to yourself to call us at 302.777.0124. We may have some answers for you.
This questionnaire does not provide a diagnosis; however, they may indicate the need for you to seek an evaluation conducted by a qualified healthcare provider. DE-LAP’s statewide, network of providers understand both substance abuse and mental health issues. The confidential, free initial consultation with one of our providers will answer any questions or concerns you may have.
You do not obligate yourself by calling DE-LAP. You may accept, decline or disengage from any or all of our services at any time. DE-LAP does not disclose the identity of callers to the Supreme Court or any of its agencies. You may choose to remain anonymous.
SIGNS & SYMPTOMS
The table below is intended to provide a broad and general examination of some of the signs and symptoms that are often associated with drug abuse, alcohol abuse, and/or depression. The self-tests, included on this site may also serve to provide additional insight into alcohol or drug addiction or mental problems.
This table is presented with thanks to G. Douglas Talbott, M.D. and Linda R. Crosby, MSN, Talbott Recovery Campus, Atlanta, GA.