Court Ordered Personal and Child Drug Screens

All tested individuals and results are held in the strictest confidentiality.

Personal Drug Screens

Depending on your situation we have several testing options available. Call and speak to any of our knowlegeable staff to discuss the test that would best fit your needs.

  • Saliva
  • Hair
  • Urine
  • Surface
  • Breath alcohol
  • ETG alcohol
  • Fingernail testing

Children

Environmental Exposure Testing.

Environmental Exposure Testing is a proactive tool for children in an at risk environment. Environmental Exposure Testing can provide information about the child's environments for the past three months and is a simple to administer substance detection test using hair.

Environmental Exposure Testing puts the emphasis on the child's environment and is the only test designed to register passive exposure. A positive result indicates the child has experienced one or more of the following:

  • Passive inhalation of drug smoke
  • Contact with drug smoke
  • Contact with sweat or sebum (skin oil) of a drug user
  • Contact with the physical drug substance
  • Accidental or intentional ingestion of illegal drugs

Environmental Exposure Testing tests for the following:

  • Amphetamine/Methamphetamine
  • Cannabinoids (THC/Marijuana)
  • Cocaine (Crack and Cocaine HCI)
  • Phencyclidine (PCP)

Court Order Drug Testing

To protect the interest of all tested parties, ODACS strictly follows the guidelines set forth by the court.

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Convenient, on-site, online drug and alcohol compliance training. Enable your staff to stay certified and up to date with the latest proceedures. Take control of your training, get started now!

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