Could YOU be at risk for opioid dependence?

Answer a few easy questions to find out if you could be at risk.
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Based on your response(s) you are at low risk for dependence on opioids or narcotic pain medication.




•Learn about safer ways to manage your pain to help you keep your risk low.




Dispose of unused medications properly to keep your friends and family safe.




•Know the signs of dependence and withdrawal symptoms.




•Get more information on how to prevent an overdose.

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Based on your response(s) you are at low risk for dependence on opioids or narcotic pain medication.






• Learn about safer ways to manage your pain to help you keep your risk low.




• Dispose of unused medications properly to keep your friends and family safe.




• Know the signs of dependence and withdrawal symptoms.




• Get more information on how to prevent an overdose.

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Based on your response(s) you are at low risk for dependence on opioids or narcotic pain medication.






• Learn about safer ways to manage your pain to help you keep your risk low.




• Dispose of unused medications properly to keep your friends and family safe.




• Know the signs of dependence and withdrawal symptoms.




• Get more information on how to prevent an overdose.

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Based on your response(s) you are at low risk for dependence on opioids or narcotic pain medication.


• Learn about safer ways to manage your pain to help you keep your risk low.
• Dispose of unused medications properly to keep your friends and family safe.
• Know the signs of dependence and withdrawal symptoms.
• Get more information on how to prevent an overdose.


We are at the end of the risk assessment