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1) Addiction Severity Index Lite (ASI): The ASI is a standardized, structured interview that assesses problem severity in medical, employment, drug, alcohol, legal, family/social and psychological.
All patients were administered the Spanish version of the Addiction Severity Index (ASI-6) (Cacciola, Alterman, Habing, & McLellan, 2011; Diaz Mesa et al.
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Greenfield noted is the Addiction Severity Index, which evaluates how substance use might be affecting seven key areas of a person's life such as their relationships and employment.
the European Addiction Severity Index [EuropASI] and ad hoc self-reports developed for specific substances) (Lopez-Goni, Fernandez-Montalvo, & Arteaga, 2012b) and the establishment of specific, empirically validated treatment programs (Fernandez-Montalvo, Lopez-Goni, Illescas, Landa, & Lorea, 2008; Secades & Fernandez-Hermida, 2003).
Evaluation of patients treated for pathological gambling in a combined alcohol, substance abuse, and pathological gambling treatment unit using the Addiction Severity Index.
The mean composite Addiction Severity Index (ASI) was 0.
Thus, the Addiction Severity Index (ASI) is an appropriate instrument for the following clinical purposes: i) to determine problem areas, ii) to provide a structured interview technique, iii) to assess subjective need for treatment in various areas.
It incorporates the Addiction Severity Index, and is unique for its ability to predict the risk for relapse or dropout and to match patients to services based on identified need.
For example, the Addiction Severity Index (ASI), one of the most widely used tools, asks, "How many people depend on you for the majority of their food, shelter, etc.
The Addiction Severity Index (ASI) is a multi-dimensional interview used to measure the substance use, health and social problems of those with alcohol and other drug problems; both at admission to treatment and subsequently at follow-up contacts.

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