Drugs of abuse
relapse prevention
DUII rules

The only drug that won't cause death by itself

What is marijuana


the 3 stages of relapse?

what are emotional, mental and physical


Name 3 common family roles?

The scapegoat, The golden child, The hero, The lost child, The enabler...


What is the first spiritual law in recovery?

Acceptance...The 12 spiritual principles of recovery are as follows: acceptance, hope, faith, courage, honesty, patience, humility, willingness, brotherly-love, integrity, self-discipline, and service. 


What is the legal limit (BAC) for driving a motor vehicle?


Under Oregon law, "under the influence" is defined as having one's physical or mental facilities are "adversely affected to a noticeable or perceptible degree" as the result of ingesting drugs and/or alcohol.


over 100,000 overdoses on this drug alone

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What are triggers


What is trauma?

Trauma is an emotional response that is caused by experiencing a distressing or traumatic event.This emotional response may be present only during and right after a traumatic event, or it could be prolonged. Some traumatic events such as child abuse may be ongoing


What are the 4 agreements?

  • Be impeccable with your word. Speak with integrity and honesty, and avoid using words to harm yourself or others.
  • Don't take anything personally. Don't let others' opinions or actions affect your self-worth or emotional state.
  • Don't make assumptions. Communicate clearly and ask questions to avoid misunderstandings and conflicts.
  • Always do your best. Do your best in any situation, without judging yourself or regretting your actions.

 diversion requirements

Drivers who participate in DUII diversion make a one-year agreement with the court. The conditions of the agreement typically require the driver to:

  • complete a substance abuse treatment program
  • attend a victim impact treatment session
  • refrain from drinking alcohol or using drugs illegally, and
  • install and maintain an IID during the diversion period.

After completing DUII diversion and paying all the fees, the driver can apply to the court to have the case dismissed.


Most sociably acceptable drug

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The most common triggers?

  • withdrawal symptoms
  • bad relationships
  • people who enable you
  • drug supplies (pipes, etc.) and other things that remind you of using
  • places where you used to drink or use drugs
  • loneliness
  • stress
  • poor self-care like not eating, sleeping, or managing stress well


What are I statements give an example?

When you...I feel...


what are the 4 contemplative practices?

Prayer, meditation, Yoga, Journaling


The cost of DUII$?

For most first-offense DUIIs, the minimum fine is $1,000, plus a $255 conviction fee. However, if your BAC was .15% or more within two hours of driving, your fine will be at least $2,000. The maximum fine, in either case, is $6,250. The maximum fine is raised to $10,000, however, if you had a passenger in your vehicle who was under 18 years old and you were at least three years older than the passenger.


This drug can cause psychosis, heart attacks and affects the Central nervous system

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Things to do when triggered?

Remember why you quit(play the tape)

Self care

ask for help

go to a meeting


What are self defeating behaviors?

  • Procrastination.
  • Putting off making decisions.
  • Resisting positive change out of fear.
  • People pleasing.
  • Becoming defensive or taking things personally.
  • Blaming others for your own mistakes.
  • Feeling inadequate.
  • Abusing alcohol or drugs.
  • Comfort eating.
  • Perfectionism.

Why is spirituality important?

It helps me find meaning in life, it helps me feel connected, its good for my health etc


License suspension after the 2nd offense is?

what is 3yrs


This drug can be hidden in a drink

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Those groups that help you stay sober are called?

AA,NA, Smart Recovery, Celebrate Recovery


What are attachment styles?

anxious, avoidant, anxious avoidant, secure


why is forgiveness important?

If I keep doing the same thing and expecting different results it leads to insanity forgiveness lets me do things differently. Forgiveness is letting it go so I stop hurting myself. etc


What is an IID?

An ignition interlock device is a breath-test machine ("breathalyzer") that's connected to a vehicle's ignition system. Once an IID is installed, the vehicle won't start until someone breathes into the IID with an alcohol-free breath.

The idea, of course, is to prevent someone who's been drinking from driving the vehicle.

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