• Evades family/friends
  • Dwindles personal relationships
  • Experiences general family chaos
  • Breaks promises and resolutions
  • Dismisses discussions about usage of drugs/alchohol


  • Displays persistent feelings of sadness, anger, and guilt
  • Rationalizes drinking
  • Neglects eating/malnourished
  • Shows signs of physical deterioration
  • Develops an increased tolerance to substances
  • Experiences blackouts


  • Excessively misses work and commitments
  • Develops work and money problems
  • Drinks/uses drugs at work
  • Quits or loses job
  • Loses ambition and is unable to cope with responsibility


  • Changes friends/social groups
  • Uses to cope in social situations
  • Experiences disapproval of drinking/using from others
  • Preoccupied with using alcohol and/or other drugs
  • Decreased social interaction
  • Loss of outside interests
  • Loss of relationships


  • Changes personal habits such as sleeping, appetite, and personal care
  • Becomes more passive, withdrawn or moody
  • Exhibits challenging and aggressive behavior
  • Talks about or attempts to commit suicide
  • Drives under the influence


  • Limited income
  • Financial collapse
  • Loss of possessions
  • Excessive credit card debts


  • Alcohol or other drug-related charges/arrests
  • Legal problems correlated with drug and alcohol use
  • Probation or parole infractionsinfractions

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If you have concerns about a change in a someone close to you, it is important to know that these signs and symptoms don't need to occur at the same time, in any order or even more than once for you to take action on your concern.

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