Do you recognize the symptoms of drug use?
Talk to your kids about setting up a random drug testing program. (See the Parent/Child Contract featuring the three keys to a successful program.) Pick your strategy. Get the tests you need to make it work.
Use the "Randomizer" to manage the whole process and stay on track. That's all there is to it!
The Situation: I suspect that my teen has PROBABLY NEVER used drugs and want to keep it that way.
Three steps to a successful Home Drug Testing Program
The Situation: I suspect my teen is intoxicated (alcohol).
The Situation: I KNOW my teen has DEFINITELY used drugs in the last 90 days (they’ve admitted it, been caught, etc) and it has been 7-28 days since they promised to quit and I want to know the truth.
The Situation: I suspect my teen has PROBABLY used drugs within the last 7 days. Which home drug test should I consider and what should I do with the results?
The Situation: I suspect that my teen has PROBABLY NOT used drugs within the last 7 days but MIGHT HAVE used them within the last 90 days.
Talking about home drug tests and a home drug testing program might be awkward at first. How can I bring it up tactfully?