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ADOM consists of three sections:

  1. questions about the type and frequency of substance use
  2. questions about lifestyle and wellbeing
  3. questions about the service user’s satisfaction with their recovery.

ADOM was developed for use in adult community-based outpatient addiction services where change can be measured over a period of time.

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