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For those seeking addiction treatment for themselves or a loved one, the Treatment4Addiction.com helpline is a private and convenient solution.

Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) for your visit will be answered by American Addiction Centers (AAC).

We are standing by 24/7 to discuss your treatment options. Our representatives work solely for AAC and will discuss whether an AAC facility may be an option for you.

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For more information on AAC’s commitment to ethical marketing and treatment practices, or to learn more about how to select a treatment provider, visit our About AAC page.

If you wish to explore additional treatment options or connect with a specific rehab center, you can browse top-rated listings, or visit SAMHSA.

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Addiction Tests

Home Addiction Addiction Tests

Written by: Editorial Staff.

Addictions are a serious disease and need early and extensive treatment to help the addict quit. Even if you suspect you or a loved one shows signs of addiction symptoms, fill out the free addiction quizzes and start the road to recovery today.

Complete one of our free self-assessment tests and allow us to help you determine if you need help.

Sex Addiction Test
Is it hard for you to maintain a relationship because of your sexual activities, distorted thinking or illegal sexual behaviors? Click here to check if you have sex addiction.

Alcoholism Test
Once you start drinking, is it hard for you to stop? Do you ever feel like you need to cut down on drinking alcohol or been criticized for your excessive drinking behavior? To check if you are addicted to alcohol, click here to do an online test.

Drug Addiction Test
Does someone you know increasingly neglect their family, friends and work? Are they involved in risky, manic or suspicious behavior?

Gambling Addiction Test
Is it hard for you to stop gambling once you’ve started? Have you ever had to borrow money just to gamble or felt unhappiness or remorse from gambling?

Food Addiction Test
Do you constantly crave food, feel guilty after eating or eat even when you are not hungry? You can take our two minute quiz to see if you have food addiction.

Nicotine Addiction Test

Nicotine Addiction Test

Do you constantly have a desire to smoke and get unpleasant or sick due to tobacco withdrawal? Think you may have a dependence on tobacco?

Shopping Addiction Test
Do you think you have a shopping addiction? Are you constantly spending money on things you don’t need, even with increasing debt?

Cocaine Addiction Test

Do you use cocaine more often and feel like your dependency on it is increasing? To be sure if you have a cocaine addiction, click here to start our two minute cocaine addiction test.

Heroin Addiction Test

Are you addicted to heroin? Click here and answer series of questions to identify the level of heroin abuse and addiction.

Opioid Addiction Test

This opioid addiction test includes a series of questions that have proven to be successful in order to determine the level of abuse. Click here to begin the test.

Suboxone Addiction Test

Suboxone is a prescribed medication, yet some people abuse it, which may lead to addiction. Start the suboxone addiction test and know the level of suboxone dependence.

Meth Addiction Test

It is one of the most powerful stimulant drugs; many people abuse it. We have some simple screening questions here for you that may help you know the level of meth addiction or dependence.

Note: All information provided will be kept confidential; you do not have to share your personal information while taking these tests. At the end of each test, you will get a score that will help you determine the level of dependence. There are four possibilities of addiction: not likely, minimal, modest, and alarming. You need to get help immediately if you are at a modest or alarming level of addiction.