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November 17, 2011
More than 50 million urine, hair and oral fluid samples are tested annually in the United States alone. However, urine drug testing is particularly vulnerable to people cheating the test in order to hide the fact that they are illegally using drugs. There are many ways to combat these attempts such as education, consequences, and taking a hard look at your testing program. See how in this…
November 17, 2011
Getting sober and staying sober is a critical first step on the road to recovery. However, there are many "next steps" that also need to be addressed to support long-term recovery. Transitional living programs that use an integrated approach help residents create meaningful lives by combining a traditional 12-step approach with additional onsite support tools and life skills training. Please…
June 25, 2010
The impact of alcohol consumption on criminal justice facilities has been well documented. Departments would like to test individuals in their programs more frequently to facilitate effective prevention and sobriety assurance programs, but in the past have not had a low-cost, self-administered test available. With the new technologies in testing such as near-infrared spectroscopy, frequent…
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