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For several decades now, illegal drugs have been a matter of concern for schools, employers, parents, and law enforcement. This is why drug detection and urine testing kits are more common these days. There are also oral breathalyzer tests, which are administered by police officers to test for alcohol intoxication. When it comes to drug detection, testing has become more stringent over the years, and it is often mandatory in some schools, athletic programs, and workplaces. Listed below are some key terms to help you better understand drug detection and testing.

  • Drug Test Kit – A type of kit that is used to test blood or urine for possible drug contaminants, such as from marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamines, or heroine.
  • Hair Follicle Testing – A single hair follicle can be tested for certain levels of illegal substances. This is typically done in a lab setting or facility.
  • Drug Detection K9s – Often dogs, such as German Shepherds, are used to sniff out illegal substances. These trained K9s are often used in public schools, business centers, warehouses, and some workplaces.
  • Drug Addiction – This is the condition of being addicted to a specific drug or illegal substance. Addiction is a growing concern around the globe.
  • School Drug Testing – It is common to test students for drugs in public and private schools. Especially since drugs like marijuana and methamphetamines are becoming more evident on campus.
  • Mandatory Athletic Drug Tests – Since many athletes have used drugs like steroids in the past, sports teams and athletes are often tested for drugs in both high school and college. This type of test often involves checking the blood or urine.
  • Alcohol Detection Device – This is a type of oral breathalyzer test that checks for blood alcohol levels.
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    Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association
    Washington, DC 20005
    Our widely researched methods make it easier to find an effective and reliable drug detection and testing service in your area. Helping those in need of drug counseling and preventative services.
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    Transmetron
    370 South 300 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
    Transmetron offers a full line of drug test kits and supplies including marijuana drug test kits. Home drug tests, DOT and non-DOT urine drug screen and breath alcohol collections.
    (801) 596-2709
    Cold Creek Behavioral Health
    845 West 200 North, Kaysville, UT 84037
    Cold Creek Wellness Center’s successful treatment of alcoholism and drug addiction is based on decades of research, studying and applying what works in addiction recovery.
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    (801) 593-6777
     
    User Review: "Cold creek behavioral health are fantastic. They were efficient, friendly and very good in drug rehabilitation services."
    Better Help Addiction Care
    32 West 200 South #144, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
    Better Help Addiction Care offers services for teens and adults with serious social and behavioral problems caused by substance use and abuse.
    (385) 444-7021
    Cold Creek Drug Rehab
    6936 Promenade Drive, Suite 101, Salt Lake City, UT 84121
    Cold Creek offers addiction treatment in Salt Lake City for of alcoholism and drug addiction. Drug treatment in Salt Lake is based on decades of research, studying and applying what works in addiction
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    (801) 502-5388
     
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    Intermountain Drug Testing Company
    2702 S 3600 W Ste G, Salt Lake City, UT 84119
    (801) 965-0665
    Pers
    2621 Midland Dr, Ogden, UT 84401
    (801) 393-4370
    Hartle Chiropractic Clinic
    383 E Lagoon St, Roosevelt, UT 84066
    (435) 722-3370
    Work Care Occupational Health Services
    601 N 1200 W, Orem, UT 84057
    (801) 224-4211
    Clinical Consultants
    2351 Grant Ave Ste 100, Ogden, UT 84401
    (801) 621-8670
    Global Drug Testing Services
    1482 S Major St, Salt Lake City, UT 84115
    (801) 363-4503
    Jag Exam Services Inc
    924 24th St, Ogden, UT 84401
    (801) 399-9687
    Occupational Health Care
    1097 S Orem Blvd, Orem, UT 84058
    (801) 226-0451
    South Salt Lake Coalition for Drug Free Youth
    2880 S Main St, Salt Lake City, UT 84115
    (801) 834-6923
    Western Reporting Inc
    1787 E Fort Union Blvd Ste 107, Salt Lake City, UT 84121
    (801) 281-2000
    Basin Paramedical Exam Services
    3456 W 500 S, Vernal, UT 84078
    (435) 789-9440


    In competitive sports, which are played around the world, drug tests have been implemented to preserve the integrity of participants. Enforced in high schools, college, and professional leagues, athletes must be willing to submit to randomly enforced exams. These tests will search for traces of illegal substances taken orally or by injection. Much like one conducted a doctor’s office, the analysis of a specimen can detect substances through urine samples. While commonly used by athletes, they can be made mandatory for ordinary civilians by a court to check on an addiction. Many legal cases mandate a person stay away from alcohol and substance addictions if it is involved in their case, and regular tests may be enforced. Drug kits are used to halt substance abuse everywhere. Professional teams administer these exams to check against steroid use. Detention centers may test inmates for drug addictions if suspicions arise. Even employers may require workers to submit to a drug test if addiction is suspected. Blood, hair, and or urine samples are then sent to a nearby lab for confirmation. Urine kits can be used to test for marijuana as well as other drugs. Alcohol addictions can be tested quickly through a urine test. Using just one hair follicle, a person can have his addiction tested within a couple of days. Using modern technology, detection kits are as accurate as ever and put a stop to dangerous drug usage quickly. A test facility can usually be found online through a search engine. It’s a good to list the test that you will need, if you’re looking for accurate results. Exercise common sense and check laws for what drug detection is legally mandatory. One is safe from detection as long as they stay away from alcohol or drugs.
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