Is My Child Using Drugs? Take The Quiz Now


Is My Child Using Drugs? Take The Quiz Now

It’s every parent’s nightmare: “Is my kid on drugs?” If you are suspecting that your child is using drugs, it’s important to act immediately. No parent or guardian needs to live in that fear, this short quiz was created for parents just like you.

Is My Child Using Drugs?

  1. Have you noticed a change in your Child’s attitude? Such as anxiety, depression or symptoms of bipolar disorder?
    YES NO
  2. Have you noticed a sudden loss of interest with your child’s hobbies that they loved before?
    YES NO
  3. Do you notice that things are starting to go missing? Such as jewelry, valuables, etc?
    YES NO
  4. Is your child becoming distant from you physically and emotionally?
    YES NO
  5. Has your child asked for money but won’t say why? Or has had access to money but won’t tell you how?
    YES NO
  6. Have you noticed a rapid weight loss or weight gain in your kid?
    YES NO
  7. Is your child starting to shuffle their friends around? Have you met any of these new friends? Are they suspicious?
    YES NO
  8. Has your child become a “hermit” and prefers to be alone but used to be more social?
    YES NO
  9. Have you noticed a drastic change in lack of hygiene and little concern of appearance in your child?
    YES NO
  10. Do you believe that your child is not who they used to be in a negative way?
    YES NO
  11. Have you noticed a negative change in thier school performance?
    YES NO
  12. Have you noticed a change in eating or sleeping habits?
    YES NO
  13. Have you seen a glazed expression in there eyes that is unusual?
    YES NO
  14. Have you noticed any drug paraphernalia? for drug taking include roll-ups and tin boxes. For other drugs, it could be syringes and burnt teaspoons. If you see a tin box, open it and take a sniff. If it smells like tobacco, it probably is. If it smells of something else, ask your child about it.
    YES NO
  15. Have you any unusual odd smells, marijauna smells like a skunk when it is burned?
    YES NO
  16. Has your child been having explainable injuries?
    YES NO
  17. Have you seen your child nodding off in a conversation with you, like there extremely tired, but they have had lots of sleep?
    YES NO
  18. Have you heard them express any thoughts of paranoia, like someone is watching or listening to them?
    YES NO
If you agreed to most of these, then the answer to the question you keep asking yourself, “Is my kid on drugs?”, is probably Yes; it’s quite plausible that your kid is, in fact, on drugs. Once your suspicions become a reality, it’s now very important to know what to do next

There are many reasons as to why a child may experiment with drugs

  • Boredom
  • A Bonding experience with friends
  • Depression
  • Curiosity
  • Weight Loss (poor self image)
  • Stress
  • Low Self Esteem
  • Enhanced Experiences
  • Peer Pressure
  • Now or Never attitude
  • Genetic Disposition

If you answered YES to “Is my kid on drugs?” what do you do next?

The disease of addiction deserves no sympathy from us when we are struggling for our children’s life. This disease is deadly, and before reacting impulsively, you need to learn everything you can first about the disease and what your child is going through. Sending them to treatment immediately is then what you must do next. There is no time like the present, missing a Family event is nothing compared to knowing that they will be safe and alive in a treatment center. Having piece of mind and some much needed sleep will help you as well; it’s a win-win situation. Once you send your Child to treatment to better their life, they will get the help that they need. Tools to help them no longer need a drink or a drug to function on a regular basis. Hesitating to send them based on the fact that they have unfinished lose ends, may seem like a good idea for your family, but in reality, you could be killing them.

Addiction is a family disease, it affects everyone in the family, not just the addict. Finding yourself some help through a support group can help you recover as well. If you are asking yourself, “Is my child on drugs?” it’s time to get the help your child deserves and needs. 

Please call us today at 1-877-958-8247 and save your child’s life.