top of page
  • Attending social events only if drugs or alcohol are available; becoming intoxicated before the social event; or attending fewer social events specifically to drink or use drugs.

  • Stealing money or valuables to pay for drugs.

  • Lying about the substance or how much they are using.

  • Becoming angry, sad, or lashing out when questioned about their substance abuse.

Signs your loved one could be using drugs
  • Appearing intoxicated more and more often.

  • Developing problems with cognition and memory.

  • Being lethargic, sleeping more, sleeping irregular hours, or appearing unwell or tired.

  • Developing problems at work or school; possibly losing one’s job or dropping out of school

  • Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when they are unable to take the drug.

  • Neglected appearance and poor hygiene.

bottom of page