Education
12 Step
Consequences
Treatment
Recovery Skills

100

-Uncontrollable craving for the drug -Loss of control -Use despite negative consequences - chronic, biological brain disease -Psychological dependence -Physical dependence
What is addiction

100

A group for men and women who have a desire to stop using drugs or alcohol. Ex. NA, AA, CA….etc
What are 12 Step Fellowships?

100

1) The user 2) Family 3) Children 4) Co-workers 5) Parents 6) Siblings 7) Friends 8) Community
Who are those affected by substance abuse?

100

• Medication • Behavioral therapy • Groups • Rehab • Inpatient/outpatient • Recreational • Occupational • Medical • Voc. Rehab • Music
What are treatment options

100

1. People 2. Places 3. Things
What are triggers

200

Information or an emergency kit to help an individual from using again. This kit could include 12 step information, important phone numbers, healthy recreational activities to participate in.
What is a relapse prevention plan

200

God grant me the serenity to accept the things I can not change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.
What is the Serenity Prayer

200

1) Lowered inhibitions 2) Decreased control over motor skills 3) Inability to concentrate and focus 4) Addiction 5) Heart attack; stroke 6) Liver failure; cirrhosis 7) Kidney disease 8) Blackouts
What are the consequences of alcoholism

200

1. Medical doctors 2. Nurses 3. Psychologists 4. Educators 5. Social Workers 6. Occupational Therapists 7. Recreational Therapists 8. Music Therapist 9. Clergy 10. YOU 11. Counselors
What is a treatment team

200

A desire or dream you try to achieve in a certain amount of time, no matter the costs.
What are goals

300

___________ is the fastest addicting drug
What is nicotine

300

Which step asks you to make a searching and fearless moral inventory of your past?
What is step four

300

1. Addiction 2. Respiratory failure 3. Vomiting 4. Death 5. Drowsiness 6. Reduction of pain 7. Diarrhea 8. Very uncomfortable withdrawal
What are effects of pain killers/opiates

300

* This health professional helps educate you on healthy, safe activities that you can become involved in. * They also help you integrate healthy activities into your daily life
What are recreational therapists

300

Some high-risk situations to avoid are to not let yourself get too hungry, angry, lonely or tired. What can help you remember these circumstances?
What is H.A.L.T.

400

________________ is the pleasure chemical in our brains that plays a major role in substance abuse and addiction
What is Dopamine

400

Live and let live, Keep it simple, One day at a time, Let go and let God are examples of what?
What are 12 step slogans

400

The following problems occur because of what? -Increase in violence and aggression -Addiction -Drug-induced psychosis -Increase in Respiratory problems -Increase in cardiovascular problems -Risk for HIV, HEP C and TB -Damage to physical appearance
What is Methamphetamine/cocaine addiction

400

The first stage of treatment
What is Detoxification

400

Our brain learns by ________ and _________.
What is repetition and reward

500

The most commonly abused drug across the nation
What is Marijuana

500

Three indispensable spiritual principles in the 12 step fellowship are? (hint, think of H.O.W.)
What are honesty, open-mindedness, and willingness.

500

Bone marrow damage, liver and kidney damage, blackouts, limb spasms,hearing loss and the loss of brain cells are consequences from abusing what type of drugs?
What are inhalants?

500

For the best chance of staying sober, what is the MINIMUM length of time a person should stay in treatment?
What is 90 days.

500

5 skills you have learned in treatment to overcome cravings and triggers
(this is a question with many answers. Must answer in form of question still). What is (are) a sponsor, a relapse prevention plan, laughter, service, work, being with family, hobbies etc.