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The most abused drug in the US.

What is alcohol?

This is the only way to cure intoxication.

What is time?


This famous rock star died officially of heart failure, but after his death reportedly was found to contain high dosages of opiates, Quaaludes, and codeine.

Who is Elvis Presley?


A mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present moment while acknowledging feelings, thoughts, and sensations. Used as a therapeutic technique.

What is mindfulness?


These are some high-risk situations to avoid, especially in early recovery, and known as H.A.L.T.

What is hungry, angry, lonely, and tired?

The side effects of using marijuana during youth.

What is weakened communication skills and learning difficulties?


Needing to drink or use more to experience the same effect.

What is tolerance?

This TV show is about a former chemistry teacher who starts making meth.

What is Breaking Bad?


The practice of taking an active role in regularly doing things that improve your well-being and happiness during periods of stress.

What is self-care?

100 bonus points for sharing one thing you do for self-care.


Being around people who use, or places you used at are examples of this.

What is a trigger?


This synthetic cannabinoids affect the brain much more powerfully that marijuana, creating unpredictable, and in some cases life-threatening effects including nausea, anxiety, paranoia, brain swelling, seizures, hallucinations, aggression, and chest pains.

What is K2/Spice?

Using another hobby, substance, or activity to replace feelings/results that you used to get from using.

What is cross addiction?


This music artist had the hit song 'Rehab' come out a few years before she died from alcohol intoxication.

Who is Amy Winehouse? 


Getting support from a neutral person who can help with mental health and addiction concerns.

What is therapy or counseling?


These help to manage urges to use, triggers, and stress effectively.

What are coping skills?


5 marijuana cigarettes have an effect on the lungs similar to over this many tobacco cigarettes.

What is 100?


Physical symptoms experienced after detox that relate to the body healing from substance abuse.

What is Post Acute Withdrawal Symptoms (PAWS)?


This child star was first forced into rehab at age 13, and a mental institution for 1.5 years after. She was emancipated from her parents & declared an adult at age 14. She worked hard and stayed sober once she was away from her family.

Who is Drew Barrymore?


These are the 5 stages of change.

What are pre-contemplation, contemplation, preparation, action, and maintenance?

Bonus: 500 points for describing each stage.


Obsessing over substances, isolation, and skimming support meetings are examples of this.

What are relapse warning signs?

bonus: 100 points to anyone willing to share a personal relapse warning sign.


The most powerful and deadliest opioid.

What is Fentanyl?


This type of addiction changes the body's chemistry so the user CRAVES the substance.

What is physical addiction?


This singer/songwriter experienced a 20-year drug & alcohol addiction that he reportedly spent about $16,000 per week on heroin in the 1970s.

Who is Eric Clapton?

(He chose to get clean and change his path after the death of his 4 year old son)


True or False: Coping skills are used to avoid problems in our lives.

False. Coping skills help us work through problems in a healthy way.

Bonus: 100 points for specific examples of coping skills.


Someone who is no longer using, but still acts like an addict by being angry, resentful, and making no positive life changes.

What is a dry drunk, or dry drunk syndrome?

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