Drug Testing FAQ
What is a donor pass and do I need one?
Yes. You need a donor pass before you may go to the testing center. All testing centers do not accept any payments.
Can I go to any testing location?
Yes. You may add the location address to the comments section when registering for your test. Once issued, you must go to the testing center printed on the donor pass.
Do I have to take my test at a certain time?
No. You may go anytime during the testing centers hours of business that will be printed on the donor pass.
Do I have to use my Social Security Number?
We suggest you use it because when the donor is at the testing center the lab technician is trained to ask for the donor’s social security number. If you or your donor would prefer they may use their phone number instead just be sure to remind them at the testing center if asked for social security number to give them the phone number used when registering the test.
How long until I will pass a test?
There are several factors when it comes to drugs and alcohol in a persons system. Factors such as amount, duration, frequency of use and a persons metabolism. Due to the extreme variety of these factors it would be impossible for anyone to tell you when your system will be clean of the various drugs. Below are some common facts concerning the type of drug and how long it may be found:
- Cannabis 7 to 30 days in urine, up to 90 days in hair, two weeks in your blood.
- Cocaine 3 – 4 days in urine, up to 90 days in hair, 1 – 2 days in your blood.
- Codeine 1 day in urine, up to 90 days in hair, 12 hours in your blood.
- Heroin 3 – 4 days in urine, up to 90 days in hair, up to 12 hours in your blood.
What happens if I test positive?
All test results are sent to the persons email that registered the test. The results are confidential and protected by HIPAA Privacy Rule.
Can I re-take my test?
Yes. We offer a 10% discount on all future orders. After you place an order you become a member of Drug Test Today that gives you a discount on all tests and services.
What happens if I can’t go when the time comes?
Once you have checked-in to the testing center you must be able to go immediately. It is important you prepare for your test as you would any medical procedure. If you are unable to preform the test within 3 hours of checkin in your test will count as a positive.
What happens if someone tries to fake a test?
We offer supervised testing in the event a donor is suspected of possible to tamper with the test. When registering for a test select the supervised test option to ensure the most accurate test results. If a person is suspected of tampering with a test it will count as a refusal to test – positive result.
|Drug group||EIA screen cutoff level* (ng/mL**)||GC/MS confirmation (ng/mL**)|
|Amphetamines (amphetamine and methamphetamine)||1,000||500|
|Opiates (codeine and morphine)||2,000||2,000|