The Value of Random Screenings
Our goal at Recovery Care Partner is to help those with a substance abuse disorder recover and grow back into a positive, drug-free life. We incorporate several techniques in order to do that, one of which is our random drug screenings. A random screening is exactly what it sounds like. It is a surprise evaluation meant to check if you are staying drug free. It is an efficient tool for making sure one is staying on track.
Although a random screening may be encouraging to some, it might also be frightening to others. In certain cases, some are deathly afraid of drug screenings. Not because they have been regularly taking the substance, but because of possible malfunctions ruining their chance of recovery. Others just get anxiety from taking any kind of test, regardless if they’ve been relapsing or not. There are two main things that Recovery Care Partner would like to clear up.
First, we take accuracy very seriously in securing test results. There is an occasional chance that a test could mistake prescription medication as the wrong substance, but that is only one portion of the overall evaluation. The final determination is ultimately done by a wise evaluation, not a computer. This evaluator takes in all of the accounts that go into your screening process.
Secondly, at Recovery Care Partner, our main values are focused on you, not your track record. We are here as coaches for your ultimate recovery. If you have any anxieties about the testing process, we are here to listen and make it as comfortable as you need. If you were to fail, we will never abandon you. There will be struggles and we are here to coach you through such problems. Random screenings are only disciplines meant to help keep you on track. Our main way of helping you recover is through proper sober coaching and a friendly treatment program. We are all imperfect and capable of screwing up. It is through friendship that we coach you to see the strength in yourself.
For further information on our random screening process, be sure to contact Recovery Care Partner here.