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Newsbeat’s ‘booze calculator’

Find out how your drinking is affecting your wallet and your waistline.

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We have a number of forms for you to complete and send in to us which help to give a picture of your needs for treatment, support and help.

The Criteria for Anxiety and Level of Worry

Try the Criteria for Anxiety and Level of Worry test to discover your level of stress. It helps you to unravel your anxiety symptoms and work on how to overcome fear in general.

The Criteria for Anxiety and Level of Worry Questionnaire »

The Assessment for Depression and Low Mood

The Assessment for Depression and Low Mood is a guide to evaluating your level of depression. Significant scores indicate a possible need for medical treatment.

The Assessment for Depression and Low Mood Questionnaire »

Christo Inventory for Substance-misuse Services

A series of questions to help evaluate your circumstances and needs.

Christo Inventory for Substance-misuse Services »

Drug Abuse Screening Test (DAST)

The Drug Abuse Screening Test offers a simple but accurate way of assessing the degree to which individuals are at risk from their use of drugs. It is a useful diagnostic tool for psychoactive drug dependence.

DAST Questionnaire »

Michigan Alcohol Screening Test (MAST)

Are you drinking too much? This test helps you assess your use of alcohol and whether you should look at making changes.

MAST Questionnaire »

Personality Questionnaire

Understanding the factors that contribute to your personality is a complex and sensitive endeavour. You should complete this form only when asked to. You will not be sent the results as they need to be given to you during a personal contact with explanations and any appropriate support.

Personality Questionnaire »

The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale

The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale, developed in 1965, is a ten item Likert scale with items answered on a four point scale – from strongly agree to strongly disagree. The original sample for which the scale was developed consisted of 5,024 High School Juniors and Seniors from 10 randomly selected schools in New York State. Higher scores indicate higher the self esteem.

The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale Questionnaire »