Minnesota Monitoring provides numerous family service:
In many family and social service cases where there are questions involving parental drug and or alcohol abuse, Minnesota Monitoring can facilitate drug and alcohol testing. Whether it is court ordered or voluntary, drug and alcohol testing can be used to alleviate these questions.
Through noninvasive Urinalysis or (UA), Minnesota Monitoring offers tests for a wide range of drugs both perscription and street. Some of the drugs tested for, but not limited to, are THC, Cocaine, Opiates (both Morphine based and extended Opiates), Amphetamines including Methamphetamine and Ecstasy, PCP, Barbiturates, Nicotine, Benzodiazapines, Ritalin, or DXM. We offer both instant onsight devices, as well as, lab confirmed tests. Most lab results are given within 1 - 3 business days from the time the lab receives the sample.
Hair testing can also be utilized for a longer detection window. See employee testing for more information.
Many families today are also faced with gripping challenges stemming from alcohol use and or abuse. In order to help assist parents, social workers and most importantly children, Minnesota Monitoring provides an in-home alcohol monitor to test for the presence of alcohol consumption. Random or scheduled calls can be placed to best help in a wide variety of family situations.
We also offer and pre and post parenting time breath alcohol tests, as well as, an ETG (Ethyl Glucuronide) test which is a urine alcohol test that goes back 80 hours for alcohol consumption.
As with all of our services, Minnesota Monitoring evaluates each case and individualizes the service needed. Each family is different; therefore no two cases can be handled in the same manner. However, each client is treated with dignity and each matter with confidentiality.