You will benefit from a personalized assessment unique to your situation At the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, an alcohol and drug use assessment is performed by a licensed professional who will assess specific addiction issues, mental health, gender, physical health, home environment, level of social development, and environmental issues. We don't focus on addiction in isolation. Many assessment options are available, depending on the need of the individual: By phone: Free, phone-based assessments with a licensed addiction professional at 1-866-831-5700. Online: Free, confidential self-guided, online alcohol and drug screening tool at aboutmydrinking.org. In-person visit: In-person assessments determine whether treatment services are recommended and, if so, what type. A more lengthy assessment is available for those who have been court ordered to have an assessment done or for those who need assessment documentation. In-person stay: Residential evaluations take an in-depth look at psychological issues, spirituality, family relationships, physical health, social history, and alcohol and other drug use. A diagnosis is made and recommendations for level of care and resources are provided. We also offer Teen Intervene, a program for teenagers whose abuse of or experimentation with alcohol or other drugs may lead to addiction. A range of treatment options that can be tailored to the needs of your child You want the most effective treatment available for your child. Rest assured, the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation invented modern addiction treatment. Our success is based on years of research and studying what works. We treat each person with dignity and respect, while providing a safe place in which to heal. We have helped thousands of teens and young adults get a fresh start on life free from alcohol or other drugs. The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation offers a full continuum of care. Alcohol and drug addiction treatment is delivered many ways, depending on the needs of the individual. Inpatient treatment may be necessary for some, while others may be able to complete treatment on an outpatient basis. For most, a combination of treatment services provides the best chance for recovery.