Study findings in this area show mixed results, but researchers generally agree that student drug testing should not be a stand-alone strategy for reducing substance use in students and that school climate (the quality and character of school life) is an important factor for achieving success in drug prevention programs. Because there is not a clear benefit to drug testing in schools, the American Academy of Pediatrics "opposes widespread implementation of drug testing as a means of achieving substance abuse intervention. 3 Relevant studies include the following:
Hi Jared, I have a question. My husband has been out of rehab for 107 days, he’s stayed clean and is taking the pill form of Naltrexone. He has a pre-employment hair test for a much better paying job tomorrow. I measured his hair (It hasn’t been cut since before rehab) and it’s just a little over the required ″. He had a problem with opiates (Loratab) and had taken an adderall a few weeks before rehab (No prescription) since it’s been 107 days do you think he has a decent chance of passing this since he’s been clean? And can the Naltrexone (he has a prescription) cause a false positive?