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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.

If you are screening for marijuana, Teensavers is the choice for families at all Rite Aid locations.

A 3-panel test also checks for cocaine and methamphetamines.

If you know a loved one who needs to be drug tested, the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit is the right test for you.

We’ve been telling readers for years about the depths teens will go to try to get high.

It doesn’t stop at marijuana, and it certainly doesn’t stop at other illicit drugs like cocaine and ecstasy.

But now Fox News is catching on, which means die-hards will finally start to listen to what’s going on.

Today Manny Alvarez, or as they call him Dr. Manny, addresses his anti-drug stance to President Obama, and tells the country’s leader that he’s not doing enough to curb teen drug use.

Of course Dr. Manny proclaims that President Obama has dropped the ball. It’s his problem because little Johnny or Mary begins smoking marijuana at 14. And the President is been responsible for all of those little kids who reached into mom and dad’s medicine cabinet for pills.

The truth is, we, American parents, are responsible for the teen drug crisis.

We’re not enforcing anti-drug policies in our own homes.

What do our kids learn with the millions of marijuana smoking parents at home?

Kids are tempted to experiment.

So it’s not the best idea to leave a bunch of high powered, and highly addictive opiates in the home.

Most importantly, most parents don’t even discuss drugs with their kids. Saying “don’t do drugs” to kids is not enough. Parents should be talking about each drug and the damaging effects they have on society.

There’s a story almost every day online about someone who has died using drugs.

These victims come in all ages, races, genders, and from all different social and economical backgrounds.

These are not male, minorities, who are homeless and poor.

Sometimes these victims are the straight A student babysitter from down the street, the star football player at a nationally ranked university, or a successful business person.

Addiction is a powerful problem in this country, and it’s going to take more than one man to solve it.

It takes a united effort by politicians, law enforcement personnel, business leaders, community leader, and citizens.

The creators of the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit designed their 3-panel, 5-panel, and 7-panel tests with the family in mind, basing the specific drug combinations on the current drug trends.

If you make the decision to drug test, make sure that you don’t test your loved one with a marijuana only test. Marijuana abuse isn’t plaguing this country as nearly as bad as opiate abuse.

People are dying every day from their addiction to painkillers, and they are leaving behind hundreds of thousands of heroin addicts, who may be the next to go.

Olympic fever is about to sweep across the globe.

The Unites States women’s soccer team kicks off it’s run for a gold medal Wednesday morning.

These world class athletes should be admired for their dedication to health and fitness, and their commitment to a a drug free life style.

The arrival of the Summer Olympic Games presents parents with the perfect time to discuss teen drug use.

This is a time, when the family sits around to watch some of their favorite sports like swimming, gymnastics, and track and field.

Parents can point out to their children, regardless if they are 8 or 18-years-old, that these athletes are the result of living a life dedicated to being drug-free, and focusing on grueling exercise and very healthy diet.

All of these athletes you see during the two week period undergo multiples drug screens.

Maybe it’s time parents pledge to help keep their children drug free with the gold medal of home drug testing, the Teensavers Home Drug Test kit.

The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit was made specifically for families, and the kits drug testing combinations are set to treatment trends. Buy the right test for your teen, the 3-panel, 5-panel, and 7-panel drug test detect the popular drug choices for teens.

The 7-panel drug test is the most comprehensive drug test for families.

It tests for marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, ecstasy, opiates, oxycodone, and benzodiazepines.

For a list of the retailers that carry the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit, click here.

Illinois has been battling a surging heroin problem.

And a story today reveals how a family found out about a heroin addiction too late, and how the addict hid the drug use from his loved ones.

He was a marijuana smoker before he began using heroin. His heroin use increased when he was expelled from school because of his pot smoking.

He was 17 years old.

This is a good story for parents to read and understand how a drug habit can explode into addiction that fast.

Click HERE for the Kane County Chronicle’s story on how the Foley family was blindsided by their son Chris’ heroin addiction.

Teensavers reminds parents that there is a weapon they can use to detect this experimentation before it becomes an addiction.

Teensavers has a 5 panel home drug test, made specifically for families, that detects marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, opiates, and oxycontin.

A 7 panel catches those 5 drugs plus benzodiazepines and ecstasy.

A 12 panel catches those 7 drugs plus methadone, PCP, barbiturates, amphetamines, and tricyclic antidepressants.

All can help detect recreational use before it evolves into a full blown addiction.

America’s painkiller obsession is growing, and addicts are now opting for Opana over a very familiar pill.

Oxymorphone or Opana is now being abused more than Oxycontin.

Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit: Your answer to discovering opiate use. Click here!

It is one of the reasons that prescription drug abuse is the fastest growing drug problem in the country.

It also is a big reason why ER doctors saw 1.3 million patients who had overdosed on drugs.

And for the first time since 2008, Overdose deaths on opioid pain relievers surpassed deaths from heroin and cocaine.

Don’t take a chance with pills left in the home. Unfortunately, children take these pills thinking they are safe legal highs. But the high power dosage can kill teens, especially when the painkiller is mixed with alcohol, a popular teen cocktail.

More kids are starting their prescription drug habit in the home than in a back alley. The source is an unlocked medicine cabinet.

The Teensavers 7 panel drug test detects opiates and oxycontin, along with marijuana, cocaine, ectsasy, benzodiazepines, and methamphetamines.

Made specifically for families, the Teensavers 7 panel is the right choice to detect high powered painkillers.

For some parents, giving your child a Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit is a no-brainer.

For others, it is a decision filled with emotion.


No matter where you stand, it is key you eliminate the cheating.


You need to make sure that you know how to recognize whether or not your child has tampered with it.


The first indicator is the drug test temperature strip. The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit will indicate a proper specimen if the temperature reads between 90 and 100 degrees. You will see a green dot appeared.

Here are before and after photos. You will see in the second photo the 92 degree dot is lighter than the others. This is important as it only took a few seconds for the temperature to drop from 98 to 92. Seeing the temperature immediately after giving the test is critical.

Teensavers Temp Strip Before Test

This is the first item that needs to be looked at after test is given.

The Teensavers temp strip after the test

Notice the 92 is slightly illuminated. This green dot gives you real-time accuracy on the temperature of the specimen. If your test does not have a green dot within seconds after taking it, a foreign substance may have been used.

Why is temperature so important?

Because it practically ensures that the specimen used in the test was from the human body at that given time.

Believe it or not, but kids buy a lot of urine. They get it from friends, and they buy it online. The hope that parents use an inexpensive foreign test found online that doesn’t detect temperature.

The Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit prevents teens from substituting urine as their own.

The other trick drug users do is have a friend or sibling go before them in the toilet, and not flush. Then the teens dip the cup in the toilet and use diluted urine.

The temperature strip would catch this, as the tempertaure of the specimen decreases rapidly after voiding into the cup.

The other thing you need to look for is to make sure that2 lines are present in these tests. The first line is a control line. That line ensures that the test wasn’t adulterated.

What will teens use to adulterate a test? That answer is as easy as what do you have in the area where your child is taking the test.

Typically that’s a family bathroom.

I’ve already mentioned the toilet a a source. There’s also a bath/shower/sink faucet.

Hand soap, perfume, and eye drops are also among the substances substituted for urine.

How can you be sure your teen used only his or her urine?

There’s a reason why the Teensavers Home Drug Test is easiest to use and easiest to read.

This is a completely negative 12 panel test

2 lines indicate negatives. The first line is the “control” line which assures that the test was taken accurately with human urine and no other foreign substances. The second line indicates a negative result.

This test screens for marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, amphetamine, pcp, opiates, ecstasy, benzodiazepines, barbituates, oxycodone, methadone, and tricyclic antidepressants.

You will see the middle four drugs here are PCP, MDMA (ecstasy), BAR (barbiturates), and BZO (Benzodiazepines).

They all have two lines. They are all negative tests.

What if the line is faint? Any sign of a secondary line is a negative result.

The one thing you want to look for is a test with no lines.

That is an adulterated test, which means there is a substance that is not urine in the test cup.

You would need to rescreen your teen in the event you get a test with no lines whatsoever.

If you ever have a question before, during, or after giving the Teensavers Home Drug Test Kit, please call the Teensavers Hotline at 866-728-7833. The call is confidential and free and you have access to answers 24/7.

The Arizona news website Azfamily.com is taking a closer look at four recent arrests in the Phoenix area, where the four men arrested were busted in the buff.


Authorities have found one common link; all four men used either PCP, Meth or Bath Salts prior to their bizarre behavior. One of those men died in custody.

This isn’t a surprise. But the increased use of bath salts and similar synthetic substances probably have the producers of “Cops” and “Jail” salivating.

The chemicals in those synthetic products typically make users feel like their internal organs are on fire, which is why they disrobe. Of course the difference between the typical streaker and a guy on bath salts could be the erratic behavior, profuse sweating, and possible foaming at the mouth.

Parents need to discuss these substances with their kids, and alert them to the dangers of them. If the country was seeing a spike in Angel Dust or PCP use, parents would likely be warning their kids repeatedly about the dangers.

The government cannot keep up with the creation, distribution, or sale of these products. Small local law enforcement agencies make busts, but other store owners continue to sell them.

Don’t let your child slip into using these substances.   Parents need to pick up where the government comes up short.


An apparent ecstasy related death of a jiu jitsu instructor in England has led to two more deaths.

But neither of the subsequent deaths a result of ecstasy use.

Roy Allison Sr. apparently decided he needed the man that he claimed was the drug dealer that sold his son Roy Jr. a fatal dose of ecstasy. “I believe it is right for me to rid this scum from the community,” he wrote in a letter to Peterborough Telegraph.



Detectives believe Allison Sr. stabbed Duncan Bell to death, then hung himself at the cemetery where his son was recently buried. Allison planned and carried out the murder, and documented the plan in a letter to the newspaper, police, and 13 other entities before killing himself.

Investigators still are not 100% sure that the younger Allison died of a drug overdose, and if he did, they haven’t identified the source of that drug.
But one relative tells the Daily Mail that Allison was an alcoholic and evil man.

Authorities say that the elder Allison never went to them with his belief or information that Bell may have supplied his son with ecstasy.

Just how comfortable are children around drugs?  Very comfortable. They use them, and buy and sell them on middle and high school campuses across the country.


The latest bust saw 8 teens put in handcuffs by police in Florida.

It was another “21 jump street” type investigation where undercover officers posed as students.

Once befriending them, they found the drug connections on the campuses of Palm Beach Central High in Wellington Florida.

The students were all charged with selling marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school. With texting and each teen possessing a cellphone, drug deals are made frequently in the classroom.

Unfortunately, these kids are brazen and have no fear of the potential legal ramifications of getting caught. They are concerned with two things; getting high, and making a profit.

This is when parents need to be involved the most. They need to talk to kids about the dangers of drugs and the legal implications of buying, selling, or possessing drugs.

Home drug testing is also a way to make sure that teens are drug free. Teen addicts in treatment tell myteensavers that they had little reinforcement of the anti-drug message at home. Remember, drug use for the first time typically occurs with someone they know and someone they trust!