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Opioid Risk Tool

Multiple pills overflowing a pill bottle.Created by Dr. Lynn Webster, the Opioid Risk Tool allows individuals along with licensed trained professionals to develop an understanding the extent of one’s addiction and/or dependence on opiates.

“Anyone who takes opioids on a regular basis will become dependent upon them, meaning they will have to taper off gradually to avoid withdrawal symptoms. But very few chronic pain patients exhibit the compulsive drug-seeking behaviors of someone who is addicted.” -Karen Lee Richards

Complete the test by responding to each statement by checking the box □ to personal/family history of abuse.


Family History of Substance Abuse

Alcohol
Illegal Drugs
Prescription Drugs

Personal History of Substances Abuse

Alcohol
Illegal Drugs
Prescription Drugs

Age between 16-45

History of Preadolescence Sexual Abuse?

Psychological Disease

Attention Deficit Disorder
Depression Bipolar
Schizophrenia
Obsessive Compulisve Disorder

© 2006 Dr. Webster





Download the Opioid Risk Tool PDF

These behavioral patterns show the overuse of opiates, prescription sales, false reports of stolen pills, forgery of scripts and clinical appointment cancellations.

*Submission of this assessment does not qualify nor exclude you from our Opiate Addition Program.
This is provided as a preliminary screening to assess the extent of current and past addictions.

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"I help families and men struggling with addiction by reassuring them that they are not alone throughout this process. I am always here to talk." - Tim Scanlan
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