SBIRT@IU Tools

From screening tools to patient information materials, we have resources to help you implement SBIRT in your practice... even a poster! If you need something and you don't see it, contact us, we might just have it!

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“Screening and Behavioral Counseling Interventions in Primary Care to Reduce Alcohol Misuse” Booklet — Revised

The “Screening and Behavioral Counseling Interventions in Primary Care to Reduce Alcohol Misuse” Booklet (ICN 907798) was revised and is now available in a downloadable format. This booklet is designed to provide education on screening and behavioral counseling interventions in primary care to reduce alcohol abuse. It includes information about risky/hazardous… Read More»


CME Courses on Opioid Prescribing

Physicians and other health care providers can make a major contribution toward reducing the toll of opioid overdose through the care they take in prescribing opioid analgesics and monitoring patients’ response, as well as their acuity in identifying and effectively addressing opioid overdose. Federally funded CME courses are available at… Read More»


SAHMSA Opioid Safety Advice for Patients

A fact sheet for patients and family members about opioid use, abuse, overdose and more. Download the SAHMSA Opioid Information Sheet for Patients


Opioid Overdose Prevention Information for Providers

Opioid Overdose Information for Providers from SAHMSA. Opioid overdose is a major public health problem, accounting for almost 17,000 deaths a year in the United States. Overdose involves both males and females of all ages, ethnicities, and demographic and economic characteristics, and involves both illicit opioids such as heroin and, increasingly,… Read More»


We Ask Everyone, the Poster!

Getting the word out about new processes and procedures can be challenging. We used a lot of different methods of communicating. One of those methods was a poster we placed in all the clinics. This is the electronic version of it. Check it out…


SBIRT Index Card

Use the SBIRT index card to review safe drinking limits with your patients. The SBIRT index card also provides a visual aid for increased alcohol consumption awareness. Lastly, the “Readiness for Change Ruler” is there to gauge your patient’s interest in changing their alcohol consumption habits. The SBIRT index card…don’t… Read More»


SBIRT Training Development Guide from SAMHSA

Basic information, tools, and resources to implement an SBIRT training project The purpose of this guide is to provide SAMHSA’s SBIRT grantees with basic information, tools, and resources to implement an SBIRT training project. The information reflects the experiences of 17 grantees funded to develop SBIRT curricula and training projects… Read More»


ASSIST Questionnaire

The ASSIST is one of the longer screening tools and can take as long as 10 minutes to complete;  it covers alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drugs rather than just alcohol. Brief 8 question screening questionnaire that is self administered or done via interview.  It begins by identifying which substances have… Read More»


T-ACE Questionnaire

The T-ACE is also designed for use with pregnant women, but can also be used for women who are not pregnant. How many drinks does it take to make you feel high? (Tolerance) Have people Annoyed you by criticizing your drinking? Have you ever felt you ought to Cut down… Read More»


TWEAK Questionnaire

The TWEAK is another acronym; this instrument is designed for use with pregnant women. Tolerance, Worried, Eye-Opener, Amnesia, Kut down (hey, no one ever said the instrument developers were also great acronym creators, but everyone needs an acronym, right?!) How many drinks can you hold?  (Tolerance) Have close friends or… Read More»


CRAFFT Questionnaire

The term CRAFFT is an acronym for components in the questions: Car, Relax, Alone, Forget, Family/Friends, Trouble. Have you ever ridden in a Car driven by someone (including yourself) who was high or had been using alcohol or drugs? Do you ever use alcohol or drugs to Relax, feel better… Read More»


Single-question Method for Alcohol

How many times in the past year have you had… 5 or more drinks in a day? (for men) 4 or more drinks in a day? (for women) A yes for these is considered a positive screen. This most brief of screening tools also can contain follow-up questions, which include:… Read More»

Standard Drink table

Opioid Risk Tool

The Opioid Risk Tool, developed by Webster, is a short, 5-item, instrument used to determine relative risk of opioid misuse or abuse among our patients. Webster, LR & Webster R (2005). Predicting aberrant behaviors in Opioid-treated patients: preliminary validation of the Opiod Risk tool. Pain Med. 2005; 6(6): 432. Download… Read More»


We Ask Everyone Brochure – Marijuana

Marijuana Patient Information Worksheet. A patient information guide on marijuana, produced by our partners at the Indiana Prevention Resource Center. This guide includes the effects of marijuana use, misuse, and abuse; a patient-provider worksheet; what to expect when cutting back or quitting; and more… Download Brochure For more information using… Read More»


We Ask Everyone Brochure – Methamphetamine

Methamphetamine Patient Information Worksheet. A patient information guide on methamphetamine, produced by our partners at the Indiana Prevention Resource Center. This guide includes the effects of meth use; a patient-provider worksheet; what to expect when cutting back or quitting; and more… Download Brochure For more information using the We Ask… Read More»


We Ask Everyone Brochure – Prescription Opiods

Prescription Opiods Patient Information Worksheet. A patient information guide on prescription opiods, produced by our partners at the Indiana Prevention Resource Center. This guide includes the effects of opiod use, misuse, and abuse; a patient-provider worksheet; what to expect when cutting back or quitting; and more… Download Brochure For more… Read More»


We Ask Everyone Brochure – Prescription Stimulants

Prescription Stimulants Patient Information Worksheet. A patient information guide on prescription stimulants, produced by our partners at the Indiana Prevention Resource Center. This guide includes the effects of stimulant use, misuse, and abuse, a patient-provider worksheet, what to expect when cutting back or quitting, and more… Download Brochure For more information… Read More»


We Ask Everyone Brochure – Heroine

Heroine Use Patient Information Worksheet. A patient information guide on Heroine, produced by our partners at the Indiana Prevention Resource Center. This guide includes the effects of Heroine use, a patient-provider worksheet, what to expect when cutting back or quitting, and more… Download Brochure For more information using the We Ask Everyone… Read More»


We Ask Everyone Brochure – Prescription Depressants

Prescription Depressants Patient Information Worksheet. A patient information guide on prescription depressants, produced by our partners at the Indiana Prevention Resource Center. This guide includes the effects of depressant use, misuse, and abuse; a patient-provider worksheet; what to expect when cutting back or quitting; and more… Download Brochure For more… Read More»


We Ask Everyone Brochure – Cocaine

Cocaine Use Patient Information Worksheet. A patient information guide on Cocaine, produced by our partners at the Indiana Prevention Resource Center. This guide includes the effects of cocaine use, a patient-provider worksheet, what to expect when cutting back or quitting, and more… Download Brochure For more information using the We… Read More»


We Ask Everyone Brochure – Alcohol

A patient information guide about alcohol use and abuse, produced by our partners at the Indiana Prevention Resource Center. The guide includes a patient checklist too, things to expect when quitting or cutting back, and more. Download Brochure For more information using the We Ask Everyone substance use patient guides… Read More»


CRAFFT Screening Tool & Overview

The CRAFFT screening tool is a short, self-administered behavioural health screening tool developed to screen adolescents for high risk alcohol and other drug use disorders simultaneously. It is considered an effective screening tool intended to assess whether further assessment is warranted. Directions, Scoring & Interpretation: The following questions concern information about an adolescent’s potential… Read More»


DAST Screening Tool & Overview

The Drug Abuse Screening Test (DAST) was developed in 1982 and is still an excellent screening tool. It is a 28-item self-report scale that consists of items that parallel those of the Michigan Alcoholism Screening Test (MAST). Directions, Scoring & Interpretation: The following questions concern information about your involvement with… Read More»


AUDIT Screening Tool & Overview

The Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) screening tool, developed in 1982 by the World Health Organization, is a simple way to screen and identify people at risk of alcohol problems. Items 1. How often do you have a drink containing alcohol? (0) Never (Skip to Questions 9-10) (1) Monthly… Read More»


AUDIT-C Screening Tool & Overview

The Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test Consumption screening tool (AUDIT-C) is a 3 question screen that can help identify patients with alcohol misuse. The AUDIT-C can help identify individuals who are hazardous drinkers or who have alcohol use disorders (including alcohol abuse or dependence). The AUDIT-C is a modified version of the 10… Read More»