The Parent Solutions Manual: Drug Testing
This book introduces families to effective and responsible means of determining if a loved one is using drugs, if they might have a problem, and where to go for help. It is also a quick and easy reference for the various common forms of drug testing available to the public as well as drug detection windows for commonly abused drugs. More
Drug Testing: An Easy Reference and Guidebook
Drug Testing: A Parents Reference
The Parent Solutions eBook series are for parents and loved ones of people that may have a problem with drug or alcohol use. Parent Solutions Manual: Drug Testing, the first book in the series, is meant to be a quick and efficient read for people who are looking for solutions and factual information about drug testing. The book advises families and loved ones of people who may have a problem with alcohol or drugs on how to find out if there is a problem (Do you test or not?), what types of tests are available, and how accurately or for how long these tests may be for detecting the most popular drugs abused by people today. This book is meant to lead you and your family in the best direction possible and help you to slow down a little before you make decisions. The book should not substitute for the advice of a medical professional. It is our hope that book will lead you to seek out real help for yourself and your family.
Every year, millions of American families find themselves worried about a loved ones drug or alcohol use.
Drug testing is most often a reliable and accurate way to identify if a person has been using drugs.
You will need to know some basic information about types of testing available and for how long you might be able to test for different drugs of abuse.
This eBook contains approximate detection window times for some of the most popular drugs of abuse using urine, hair follicle, blood, and saliva tests.
Knowing what to do and who to talk to if you decide your loved one has a problem, without or without having tested them, may be crucially important in allowing for the person's success.