The above question you answered, we have found that we all answered different numbers of these questions "Yes." The actual number of "Yes" responses wasn't as important as how we felt inside and how addiction had affected our lives. Some of these questions don't even mention drugs. This is because addiction is an insidious disease that affects all areas of our lives, even those areas which seem at first to have little to do with drugs. The different drugs we used were not as important as why we used them and what they did to us. When we first read these questions, it was frightening for us to think we might be addicts. Some of us tried to dismiss these thoughts by saying: 

"Oh, those questions don't make sense" or, I'm different. I know I take drugs, but I'm not an addict. I have real emotional-family-job problems." Or "I'm just having a tough time getting it together right now." Or " "I'll be able to stop when I find the right person or get the right job, etc."

If you are an addict, you must first admit that you have a problem with drugs before any progress can be made toward recovery. Get help before it is to late. Submit your questionnaire now.

Drug Rehab Services

Assessment and Treatment
Referral Service

This online service is provided free of charge as a public benefit service and all information received from clients is confidential. Response time is usually 24 hours or less, and is in the form of a confidential e-mail. In some instances phone contact may be appropriate and necessary to better assess the situation, or in the case of an emergency where the call was requested by the individual. In the event of a phone call the counselor will only identify themselves to the contact person listed below, and will advise all others that this a personal call and will not disclose who we are or why we are calling. In assessing the problem and deciding on treatment options, several factors that are typically used in assessing an individual's level of addiction. These factors include:

  1. Prior alcohol and drug use history;

  2. Family history and Ethnic/Cultural background;

  3. Social history;

  4. Legal history;

  5. Educational history;

  6. Occupational history;

  7. Medical history;

  8. Psychological and behavioral problems.

Below you will find questions pertaining to these areas, it is important that you answer them as accurately as possible. This information is requested, however it is not required for a referral:

Please fill-out the form below so we can assess and refer your information to the treatment center which best suits your needs. Code 42 of Federal Regulations forbids parishioners to disclose the identities of persons inquiring about drug rehab services - even if they are never admitted to the facility.


- Fields Marked With * ARE REQUIRED!
First/Last Name:*
E-Mail Address:
Phone & Area Code*
Direct to:
Drugs used:
Addicts Name:
Age of Addict:
Time to Call you:*
Type any questions or comments:
List any rehabilitation programs previously attended and if the program was completed:
Describe the general situation at present with addicted person
Describe addicted person's history, hospitalizations, psychiatric evaluations, present illnesses:
Describe addicted person's legal history, current /past charges or incarceration:


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