Comprehensive Assessment of Substance Abuse and Addiction Risk in Adolescence

  • A. Jordan WrightEmail author
Part of the Advances in Mental Health and Addiction book series (AMHA)


Assessing substance use, misuse, abuse, and problems in adolescence is a key way to help identify risk, intervene early, and potentially prevent addiction and other substance-related problems in adulthood. Adolescence is a particularly sensitive risk period for alcohol and other substance-related problems to begin and progress, with many individuals beginning problematic use during adolescence. Thus, evaluating risks for problematic use during adolescence and future dependence and other problems is key in prevention and early intervention. While necessarily imperfect, comprehensive evaluation can be useful in identifying those adolescents at greatest risk for developing problem patterns and future substance-related disorders.


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