ACDI is the acronym for Adolescent Chemical Dependency Inventory.
The ACDI-Corrections Version II is a juvenile (12 to 17 years) assessment instrument or test. It is often used as a screening or program intake test. It is used in juvenile courts, juvenile probation departments, community corrections programs, juvenile outpatient treatment programs and in juvenile detention programs.
The ACDI-Corrections Version II is an evidence based juvenile (males and females) test. It consists of 140 items and takes 20 minutes (on average) to complete. From data answers entry, ACDI-Corrections Version II reports are scored, with typed 3 page reports available, on site, within 2 1/2 minutes.