TAAD-5

Triage Assessment for Addictive Disorders

Author: Norman G. Hoffmann, Ph.D.

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1-10

$5.25

11-50

$4.55

51+

$4.25

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The TAAD-5 is a brief structured interview designed to identify current alcohol and drug problems.

Benefits

  • Initial impression of current substance use disorders in 10 minutes
  • DSM-5 compatible
  • Structure provides consistent documentation
  • Can indicate need for more comprehensive assessment

Conditions Covered

  • Alcohol use disorders
  • Drug use disorder indications

Application

Quick preliminary assessment: All eleven DSM-5 criteria covered for alcohol and other drugs in a 20-minute interview.

Preliminary qualification by treatment outreach: The TAAD-5 can be administered over the phone as a computer prompted interview to verify that an individual has sufficient indications of a substance use disorder.

Initial triage of DUI/DWI offenders: The TAAD-5 is widely used to distinguish those offenders who are likely to require intensive treatment for a substance use disorder from those who are likely to benefit from brief interventions or educational programs.

Administration