At Your Convenience
We are experts in collaborating with all parties involved in our clients' care. This can include parents, therapists, doctors, treatment programs, schools and educational consultants. We go beyond just providing testing results and include observations on client affect, state of their living environment and more.
We utilize Positive Reinforcement which is a form of Contingency Management where individuals are rewarded for positive behavioral change. Colorado Home Drug Testing utilizes customized reward systems based around our clients' interests to better optimize overall outcomes.
Our goal is to make long term drug & alcohol testing as accessible as possible. Studies have shown that long term monitoring is one of the most effective, evidence-based practices for helping people recover from substance use disorders. By facilitating all of our testing in the home, we are better able to accommodate our clients' schedules while also gathering more data for their clinical teams.
The Clinician's Perspective
"No one likes to be drug tested, yet the level of service that Colorado Home Drug Testing provides through their in-home drug testing service matches safety with dignity. As a mental health clinician who specializes in substance use disorder, I have been using this service with nearly all of my substance use disorder clients for the past year. I have been delighted with the attention to detail, responsiveness, fast results, and ease in communication that Colorado Home Drug Testing has provided to me and the families under my care. My client's have been pleased with Colorado Home Drug Testing's personable and respectful staff, convenience of service, and discretion. This in-home drug testing services provides external accountability and an added layer of safety to help with people transitioning into independent recovery."
D.J. Bishop, LPC & LAC
Mirroring Pilot & Physician Treatment Programs
Studies have shown that the most effective treatment protocols developed are those used for treating commercial pilots and physicians struggling with a substance use disorder. A core similarity between these protocols is length of monitoring. HIMS requires all pilots engaged with the program to be monitored by way of drug & alcohol testing for a minimum of five years.
Colorado Home Drug Testing hopes to mirror these programs by providing accessible, convenient and long-term monitoring for people striving to recover from substance use disorders.