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Rates of alcohol use increase with levels of education, as 68.4 percent of college graduates and 35 percent of adults who didn't finish high school describe themselves as "current drinkers." Other studies consistently show higher drinking rates among the college-educated, for whom "drinking good wine and cocktails is a social thing, and it's part of the business meetings and social networking that their careers often depend on."

Professionals that need licenses to keep their jobs are especially at risk. Use the tools below to see how you stack up. Both tools are completely anonymous and you can be honest with your answers

AUDIT

The Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) is a 10-item screening tool developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) to assess alcohol consumption, drinking behaviors, and alcohol-related problems.

Substitute your drug of choice for alcohol.


Your AUDIT score will be presented in one of three Zones:

  1. You will benefit from alcohol education. You can find links on RxSober.
  2. You are at risk and may be addicted to alcohol. Get help and sign up for the iSBIRT Program for professional assessment, counseling and education.
  3. You are addicted to alcohol. Contact one of our affiliates for help. Click Here.

Compare Yourself to Others

The survey below will help you to compare your drinking to others.