What do you do when you suspect a student may be abusing drugs or alcohol?
Student safety and parent participation are both critical to a well-rounded school experience. Cabot Lab bridges the gap with its Trust, But Verify Program and drug and alcohol testing services.
Discover how we can help your school and parents cope with teen drug use, peer pressure, workplace safety, and random drug and alcohol testing programs. Lab testing services commonly used by parents concerned about their teens, as well as schools and school districts include, but are not limited to:
Alcohol testing
Drug testing
DOT or non-DOT
5 panel, 9 panel, or 10 panel
Rapid drug tests for synthetic cannabinoids, such as K2 and Spice
Background screens
Teacher and School Personnel Wellness Discount Program
MMR titers and Varicella titers for proof of immunization
Materials and educational presentations for distribution to parents
Teen drug use is on the rise. Legalization of marijuana in some states and the easy access to prescription drugs is compounding the problem. In fact, today more teens smoke marijuana than tobacco¹. School Boards have to decide whether or not a random drug testing program is right for their schools and students. Drug and alcohol testing may be limited to school bus drivers for pre-employment, random, reasonable suspicion and/or post-incident situations. Whichever the case, we have the right drug test to fit your needs.
If your school does not promote a formal drug testing program, we have the answer for you and your parents with our Trust, But Verify Program. Either way, we offer options for schools, parents and teens.

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¹2010 National Institute on Drug Abuse
Cabot Lab is a Local Partner in The Medicine Abuse Project, a campaign launched by Partnership for Drugfree Kids to raise awareness about teen medicine abuse.