What is SASSI?
The Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI) is a brief, easily administered psychological questionnaire. It is available in both adult and adolescent versions, as well as versions for diverse cultures, including those with disabilities & voc rehab. participants.
The SASSI can identify people who may have a Substance Use Disorder with a high degree of accuracy – even when someone is reluctant to self-disclose.
How can the SASSI help?
Our instruments can make your screening and evaluations simpler, more objective, and is useful in developing treatment plans and goals.
WHERE IS THE SASSI USED?
- Alcohol & drug treatment programs
- Behavioral health
- Drug courts
- Impaired driving intervention
- Student assistance
- Criminal justice
- Department of transportation evaluations
- Vocational rehabilitation
- Employee assistance programs
Why trust our questionnaires?
Our questionnaires are used in over a million interventions every year.
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One-to-one customer service, clinical support, and technical assistance.
Each of our instruments is carefully developed and highly accurate.
Reliable and informative results that can be helpful in treatment planning.
- Paper & Pencil
- SASSI Online (Web-based)
- Optical scanning (Scantron)
- Scoring & Report Service (Fax-Based)
The Spanish language screening instrument, empirically validated in clinical settings for use with Spanish speaking adults from diverse ethnic backgrounds (Colombian, Costa Rican, Cuban, El Salvadoran, Guatemalan, Honduran, Mexican, Puerto Rican).
The Substance Abuse Screener in American Sign Language was specifically developed in American Sign Language and validated to screen for substance use disorders among adult deaf and hard of hearing clients in vocational rehabilitation, mental health, and social service settings.
The Behaviors & Attitudes Drinking & Driving Scale (BADDS) identifies preintervention risk for future impaired driving, and changes in DUI-related risky behaviors & attitudes following intervention. Ideal for initial risk assessment, pre and post test screening, and program evaluation.