Juvenile Addiction Tests

Juvenile addiction tests are represented by their name and each test's name is a link to that test's website. Juvenile addiction tests are discussed in the order they are represented in the following navigational links table. Some visitors will go directly to a specific test, whereas others will review the four juvenile addiction tests.

Adolescent Chemical Dependency Inventory


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The Adolescent Chemical Dependency Inventory (ACDI) is a short (105 items, 15 minutes) yet comprehensive self-report test. The ACDI screens substance (alcohol and other drugs) use and abuse, measures overall adjustment and assesses troubled youth concerns. The ACDI contains five (5) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Adjustment Scale, 3. Distress Scale, 4. Alcohol Scale and 5. Drugs Scale. Specific Scale score - related counseling and treatment recommendations are provided.

ACDI-Corrections Version II


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Designed for school, juvenile court, and juvenile probation department use. Version II has a Violence Scale. Version II has 140 items and takes 25 to 30 minutes to complete. Version II has seven (7) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Violence Scale 3. Adjustment Scale, 4. Stress Coping Abilities Scale, 5. Distress Scale, 6. Alcohol Scale, and 7. Drug Scale. Specific score-related, intervention, treatment, and probation recommendations are given for each of these scales. If you are looking for a juvenile, (male and female) assessment instrument that includes a violence measure, we recommend that you consider the ACDI-Corrections Version II.

Juvenile Pre-Post


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The Juvenile Pre-Post Inventory is an evidence-based, treatment outcome test that establishes whether treatment has resulted in positive change, negative change, or no change. The Juvenile Pre-Post consists of 161 items and takes, on average, 30 minutes to complete. The Juvenile Pre-Post is a reliable and valid, computer scored test that provides a Comparison Report, within 2½ minutes of data (answers) entry. The areas of inquiry, represented by the eight Juvenile Pre-Post Inventory scales, measure treatment outcome, or change. The eight (8) Juvenile Pre-Post Inventory scales (measures) are: 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Anxiety Scale, 3. Depression Scale, 4. Distress Scale, 5. Self-Esteem Scale, 6. Alcohol Scale, 7. Drug Scale and 8. the Stress Management Scale

Juvenile Substance Abuse Profile


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Juvenile Substance Abuse Profile: The Juvenile Substance Abuse Profile (JSAP) is a concise juvenile (male and female) substance (alcohol and other drugs) use and abuse screening tool. It has 116 items, and takes 20 minutes to complete. JSAP has five (5) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Alcohol Scale, 3. Drugs Scale, 4. Aggressiveness Scale and 5. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. JSAP is a short yet comprehensive troubled youth screening test. JSAP is appropriate for school systems, juvenile screening programs, counseling, treatment programs intake and on an as-needed basis by mental health professionals.

Outreach Assessment


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The Outreach Assessment (OA) is an objective, evidence based, adult screening instrument or test. It is designed for screening (assessment or evaluation) and, as warranted, referral for intervention or treatment. The Outreach Assessment meets the need for a brief, yet meaningful adult screening test. The Outreach Assessment consists of 105 items and takes 15 to 20 minutes to complete. Tests are scored online (www.online-testing.com) with printed reports available within 2 ½ minutes of data (test answers) entry. The Outreach Assessment contains 5 scales or measures: Truthfulness, Violence, Alcohol, Drugs and Stress Management.

Shoplifting Inventory


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The Shoplifting Inventory (SI) is a unique shoplifter test which assesses motivation, attitude and need. The Shoplifting Inventory (SI) consists of 141 items and takes 45 minutes to complete. The SI has seven (7) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Shoplifting Scale, 3. Peer Pressure Scale, 4. Impulsiveness Scale, 5. Alcohol Scale, 6. Drug Scale and 7. Self-Esteem Scale. These seven Shoplifting Inventory (SI) scales explore areas of inquiry considered necessary for adequately understanding shoplifters. For more information (unique features, cost, example report, etc.), click on this link.

The TII-Juvenile is designed for use in juvenile courts, juvenile probation departments, outpatient counseling settings and counseling or treatment programs. TII-Juvenile reports help identify troubled youths' problems and concerns, and when appropriate, match problem severity with treatment intensity. The TII-Juvenile consists of 143 questions and takes 25 minutes to complete. From computer data (answers) input, TII-Juvenile test reports are scored and printed within three minutes.

This completes our discussion of Juvenile Addiction Tests.

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