Test Types

New!!  Nail Testing now available!  Up to 6-month detection for drugs and 3-month detection for alcohol!!

5 Panel10 Panel 12 Panel
MDMA (Ecstasy)
The 12 panel is used specifically for the healthcare industry and students in a college nursing program.

Urine – The most common, accurate and reliable screening method to detect drug use within the past 72 hours. 

Nail – 3-6 month detection for drugs and 3 month for alcohol. Non-intrusive. Extremely difficult to adulterate, resulting in a longer window of detection than for hair testing.

Hair – A powerful tool for the detection of drugs up to 3 months. Difficult to adulterate.

Saliva – A short detection time, generally from minutes after ingesting up to three days depending upon the drug and alcohol amount.  Easy to collect, less intrusive (than urine) and difficult to adulterate.

DNA- Performed orally. Non-intrusive. Results are available in two to 4 business days. By appointment only.

Passive Exposure – Used for child abuse investigations and other child welfare applications. Also used for residential purposes.   Positive results indicate that the person has experienced one or more of the following:
• Passive inhalation of drug smoke.
• Contact with drug smoke.
• Contact with sweat or sebum (skin oil) of a drug user.
• Contact with the physical drug substance.
• Accidental or intentional ingestion of illegal drugs.

EtG – (ethyl glucuronide direct metabolite of alcohol)
• Window of detection is 3 -4 days.
• Used to determine whether or not alcohol has been recently consumed.