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Various news outlets in television and radio have picked up the story about small private companies offering drug detecting dog services at home.

The best tool goes beyond k9 searches. Teensavers 12 panel home drug test is the most comprehensive test for families.

And while drug dogs are very effective at discovering drugs in a home, they can’t provide parents with the answer they really want to know. Which drugs are their child abusing?

Kids may buy an amount of marijuana, and only use a small amount of the stash each time.

But if they are buying other drugs, they typically buy and use them instantly.

With Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits, you know if your child has been using painkiller, ecstasy, cocaine, methamphetamine, or another illicit drug.

Sure, when pressed, your teen may admit to using marijuana, and will gladly cough up some of his bag.

But he’s not going to tell you that he’s been raiding the medicine cabinet, or that he has a big designer drug habit.

Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits can bring your results beyond the bark of a drug detecting dog.

Many parents consider home drug testing, but they have no idea what they are, how to use them, what they detect, or which brand to buy.
Home drug tests are either saliva, urine, or hair based.

You wouldn’t want to use a saliva problem, because one it wouldn’t detect marijuana at all, and two the government doesn’t consider them as a single effective means of testing. In fact the government advises a back up urine sample be taken when someone is using an oral test.

The the most common test on the market is a UA, urine immunoassay test. But not all tests are alike. There are MANY cheap products online and in discount stores. Only buy your drug test from a brick and mortar pharmacy/supermarket like Rite Aid, CVS, Walgreen, Target, Walmart, Albertsons, Savon, or online from one of those retailer’s online pharmacies. Drugstore.com is an excellent choice as are CVS.com and Walgreens.com. Buying online provides you with privacy. There are only four products approved by the FDA for over the counter sales in stores.

Hair testing is good at detecting a history of drug use, but it is very costly, and will miss recent drug use.  You’ll know what happened 6 months ago, but you won’t know what happened six hours ago.

Home Drug Test Kits, like the Teensavers test require about 30 ml of a sample.

The Teensaver test is the only test sold over-the-counter that is made in America.

The results are instant.

You can take a 360 degree tour of the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit and its contents by clicking HERE.

Some school districts are unified in stopping teen drug use, and do what they can to make sure drugs are not on campus.

Others simply ignore the issue, hoping that a zero tolerance policy will just deter kids altogether.

In a Boston suburb, a teacher’s aide is facing charges for allegedly supplying several students with alcohol and marijuana.

According to the Boston Globe, the aide at Maynard High, Jennifer Olsen, is involved in cases that resulted in four counts of procuring alcohol for minors and two counts of using marijuana in school zones.

This type of case is not a rarity. We’ve seen teachers across the country arrested for supplying teens marijuana, and we’ve seen school administrators and coaches investigated for providing students access to drugs.

Most school districts take alcohol and drug use serious.

Some have roving officers on campuses. Some districts have locker searchers with drug-sniffing k9 officers. Others conduct random drug testing.

But those measures will not always catch teen drug use.

Teens begin to learn the system. For example, some school districts will have random testing each month, picking a certain number of students to test.

Those students know once that testing period occurs, that there is a window of opportunity to do drugs before the next round of testing. Even a gap of three weeks is enough to experiment with drugs one or two times and have a clean system.

For the schools that don’t have these measures in place, there’s little enforcement.

In either situation, parents of students need to be vigilant at home.

That means having anti-drug conversations, listening to their kids discussions with peers, and noticing for warning signs at home.

It also may including home drug testing. Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits are reliable, confidential, and affordable. For as little as $16, parents can test their kids for popular drugs of abuse.

The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits are not just a urine analysis cup. It’s a total solution for families, offering support before the test and after it with the Parent Support Guide and free 24/7 hotline.

Ordering has never been easier.

The Teensavers 3-panel test, which screens for marijuana, cocaine, and methamphetamine is sold in Rite Aid stores across America.

The complete family of tests are sold online at Walgreens.com, CVS.com, Drugstore.com, and Amazon.com

Looking for the best family of home drug test kits for your family?

There’s only three tests approved by the FDA to be sold in pharmacies.

And the newest generation of tests is the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit.

The numbers don’t lie. One in 5 teens are abusing drugs.

Teensavers is the Total Solution to help parents!

A 1-panel test screens for marijuana

A 3-panel test screens for marijuana, cocaine, and methampthetamine

A 5-panel test screens for the previous 3 plus opiates and oxycodone.

A 7-panel test screens for the previous 5 drugs of abuse plus benzodiazepines and ecstasy.

A 12 panel, the most comprehensive test, screen for the previous 7 plus PCP, Amphetamines, Barbiturates. Methadone, and Tricyclic Anti-depressants.

CLICK HERE to visit the Teensavers Home Page.


It’s Friday night.

Teens across America are getting ready for Friday night favorites including, high school football, movies, hanging out at the mall-o-plaza, and trying drugs for the first time.

More than 6,000 kids try drugs for the first time every day.


That’s nearly 20,000 new users by the end of the weekend, and that’s not counting alcohol use for the first time by teens and pre-teens.

That also doesn’t even take into consideration the people who try synthetics, because they are not classified as drugs by the FDA. So kids using spice or bath salts tonight are not among the 6,000.

Some kids will experiment with marijuana. It may be the first time they hold a joint in their hands, or put a bong to their lips.

Others think they will experiment safely with “legal medications” while attending a pharming party. That’s where kids bring unidentified pills and throw them in a bowl. Everyone reaches in and takes whatever they get.

Parents need to remember that this first time behaviors are not limited to Friday and Saturday nights.

The average number of kids who try drugs daily is 6,000. In the summer months that number nearly doubles to 11,000.

It’s time we all talk to our kids before they leave the house, and fully understand their plans for the evening. Sleepovers should be double checked.

And when our kids come home at their curfew, we need to engage them to make sure they are coherent and acting normally.

Kids hiding drug use won’t break their curfews because they know they will be questioned more than if they came home on time.

There are countless numbers of teens who come home early on a Friday and Saturday night and tell their parents that they were tired, and wanted to go to bed. Many of them were hiding the fact that they were under the influence.

Our children are precious, and we need to make sure that they stay safe every night of the week.

Don’t lose your teen to drug use.

Should I drug test my teen?

Are you a parent that you have either asked your spouse or youself?

 Unfortunately, many parents don’t have much information on home drug test kits made for families.

Thankfully, Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits were created, with the latest science, free lab confirmation, and a total solution for families that includes 24/7 free support.

The best home drug kit for families is the 7-panel test which screens for marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, opiates, oxycodone, benzodiazepines, and ecstasy.

Not familiar with each of these drugs?

There is a complete breakdown of the drugs detected in the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit on the Kit’s website WWW.MYTEENSAVERS.COM.

Beware of cheap or free tests on the internet.

Nearly all of them:

–Are not FDA approved for OTC sales in retail chains (they say FDA cleared, but they are cleared for use by technicians)

–Do not have Lab Accuracy (who knows if their levels are right. What does that mean for parents? FALSE POSITIVES)

–Do not offer free lab confirmation (Sure the test is free. But then when you get that positive and you’re scared, you are referred to a lab that can cost between $40 and $100!)

–Do not offer support with the test (Sure there is an instruction guide, maybe, but do they have a Parental Support Guide like the Teensavers Kits?)

–Do not offer 24/7 support (Their hotline is recorded with a 2-3 day turnaround, if they even respond)

The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits are the number 1 brand recommended by Addiction Specialists and the winner of the Parent Tested, Parent Approved award.

Teensavers is proud to be part of a program that was created by Phelps County, Missouri leaders, including the Sheriff, and prosecutor.

Here is their press release

  • In the two months that local law enforcement agencies began offering free drug testing kits in Phelps County, a total of 120 kits have been distributed to parents.Both the Rolla Police Department and Phelps County Sheriff’s Department began offering the kits Aug. 13.“If 120 test kits go out and 120 kids are protected, it would be a success, but because of the confidentiality of the program, we don’t know what happened,” said Sgt. Andy Davis, of the sheriff’s office.

    “It gives a reason for a child to say no (to drugs) if they know, “I will possibly be drug tested by my parents,’ ” said Rolla Police Chief Mark Kearse.

    Both Davis and Kearse said they did not know how many kits they expected to give away through the program.

    The program was started as an effort to curb drug abuse among youth and is being supported by the sheriff’s office, Rolla police department and the county prosecutor’s office.

    The program is strictly voluntary. To qualify for the Teensavers kits, people simply need to be a resident anywhere in Phelps County and have at least one child who is 17 years old or younger.

    The kits were purchased with drug seizure funds. No taxpayer funds were used.

    Each kit comes with a urine test container, instructions, parental support guide, self-addressed mailing container and confidential identification number.

    The confidential number, guide and test container come sealed in a tamper proof pouch so only the parent who opens it has access to those items, guaranteeing the child and test results are only accessible to the parent. The parent is in full control.

    The kits test for 12 substances — THC (marijuana), cocaine, amphetamine, methamphetamine, opiates, PCP, barbiturates, benzodiazepines, methadone, oxycodone, MDMA and tricyclic antidepressants.

    These drugs can be detected with a urine test when they have been in the body for two or three days or up to two weeks depending on the type of drug.

    The kits are easy to use and easy to read, offer confidential results and 24/7 support and have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

    The kits come with a small shipping box to mail the sample off to a laboratory, which can confirm the preliminary results. The lab only has the identification number and has no idea who the sample belongs to. Parents can check the results of the lab’s test online or by phone.

    Law enforcement do not know the results and no tests take place at the sheriff’s office or police department.

    For questions about the kits, people may contact Cpl. Mike Kirn at 573-426-3860 or Lt. James Macormic at 573-308-1213.


Teensaver Diagnostics, the creators of the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit is proud to announce that the Teensavers Team will be an exhibitor at the San Diego Kids Fair and Expo on October 20th and 21st at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.


The San Diego Kids Fair and Expo is the premiere event for families in Southern California. Families can enjoy entertainment, rides, games, and activities.. There are also numerous exhibitors providing health and wellness information for families attending the event.

“We want people to ask us the questions that they may not be comfortable asking their pharmacist or the people that they are close with in the community,” says Teensaver Diagnostics President Steve Stahovich. “Most parents have questions about drugs and drug use, but they are afraid to ask.”

Stahovich’s experience running treatment centers led him to this passion of creating a comprehensive home drug test kit for families. “I’ve seen the heartbreak on people’s faces. They think their teen is only a recreational marijuana user, but then they find out their kid is a full blow heroin addict.”

Teensavers currently has five different home drug tests for families, ranging from a 1-panel marijuana only test, to its’ 12-panel test, the most comprehensive test on the market.

Stahovich says the key for parents is to look beyond a witch hunt for marijuana use. “When a teen is confronted about his/her drug use, they will say anything to hide their habit, which includes to confessing to being addicted to a lesser drug. I’ve seen teen heroin addicts come in to rehab, with their parents thinking the problem is marijuana or alcohol. But then we conducted the drug tests and found that the patient’s opiate levels were through the roof.”

The San Diego Kids Fair and Expo is an important event to raise awareness for hard working families. With parents working longer hours, and commuting further to and from work, children have ample time to experiment.

The Teensavers Home Drug Kits are only one of three FDA cleared for over-the-counter sales tests in America. Many of the tests found in dollar stores and on the internet are unregulated and the science behind the tests can be very unreliable. The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit not only carries the strictest drug detection levels, but the kit also includes free laboratory confirmation, parental support guide, and access to assistance via a free 24/7 supported phone support hotline.

The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits are currently sold in Rite Aid and Albertson’s Stores in Southern California, and are available online on Walgreens.com, CVS.com, the Drugstore.com, Amazon.com and through the Teensavers website at http://www.myteensavers.com.

More information can be found online at http://www.myteensavers.com

The latest generation of home drug test kits approved by the FDA, the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit, is available through CVS Pharmacy’s online store.

**The Entire Teensavers family of drug test kits are 20% off on CVS.com. Click the link below to the test that’s right for your family.**

The Teensavers 1-panel test screens for marijuana

The Teensavers 3-panel test screens for marijuana, cocaine, and methamphetamine

The Teensavers 5-panel screens for the above 3 drugs plus opiates and oxycodone.

The Teensavers 7-panel screens for the above 5 drugs plus benzodiazepines, and ecstasy.

The Teensavers 12-panel screens for the above 7 drugs plus PCP, Methadone, Barbiturates, Amphetamines, and Tricyclic Antidepressants.

A great team to help keep your family healthy. The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit and CVS Pharmacy.

The creators of the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit are proud to announce a new partnership with Phelps county, Missouri law enforcement officers and prosecutors to offer free home drug test kits to families.

“We are excited to be part of the effort to help keep a community drug-free,” said Teensaver Diagnostics President Steven Stahovich. “We can’t think of a better way to use the profits of drug dealers than to provide free Teensavers Home Drug Test Kits to families.”

The Phelps County Sheriff’s Department and the Rolla Police Department is teaming up to use drug money, confiscated in drug arrests, and is using the money for the program.

Families in need of a home drug test can just go to either department and pick up a test for free. To obtain a free home drug test kit, all people need to do is be a resident of the area and have a child under 17.

In a press release distributed by the Phelps County Sheriff’s Department, Sheriff Rick Lisenbe said, “Usually, when we become involved in drug abuse, it is in a reactive manner. This program is more proactive and allows the parent to seek out assistance before we become involved.”

The Teensavers Home Drug Test is Made in America, and has the strictest cutoff levels of an FDA approved home drug test for over the counter sales.

The 7-panel home drug screens for marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, opiates, oxycodone, bendzodiazepines, and ecstasy.

“Treatment trends are showing that this is the best combination of drug screens available to parents,” said Stahovich. “While many parents now shrug off their teen’s marijuana use, they don’t realize that their kids are also experimenting with harder drugs.”

Other law enforcement agencies, city officials, anti-drug, or parenting groups interested in participating in a similar program can reach out to the Teensavers team on the company website http://www.myteensavers.com and click on “ask teensavers.”

You can see the details of the article from the Rolla Daily News, by clicking HERE.