What Are The Signs Of Substance Abuse?

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  • The person begins talking about experimenting with drugs or alcohol.
  • The person has been found in possession of drug paraphernalia.
  • The person admits using drugs or alcohol.
  • The person begins having run-in’s or problems with law enforcement.
  • The person begins having problems with school or work.
  • The person has been having problems with authority figures.
  • The person begins to express concern of a loss of control over their life.
  • The person begins to show a lack of motivation or concern for their future.
  • The person begins to neglect their appearance or hygiene.
  • The person begins to have unexpected weight loss.
  • The person begins stealing/borrowing money.
  • The person begins to develop a poor self-image.
  • The person begins to change friends.
  • The person begins to change in dress or appearance.
  • The person begins to slip in grades or job performance.
  • The person begins to skip school, classes or work.
  • The person begins to lie or have manipulative or deceptive behavior.
  • The person begins to show disrespect or disregard of family or core moral values.
  • The person runs away from home or home-life.
  • The person runs away from home or home-life.
  • The person experiences or demonstrates violent outbursts or hostility toward others.
  • The person begins to be depressed or withdrawn.
  • The person begins to injure themselves or others.
  • The person begins to possess unexplained valuables.
  • The person begins to take valuable items or money from your purse, wallet or home.
  • The person begins to lose interest in healthy activities.
  • The person begins to be verbally or physically abusive.
  • The person begins to have glassy/red eyes or dilated pupils.
  • The person begins to develop slurred speech.
  • The person begins to develop reckless or inappropriate behavior.
I think I know someone who needs help.