THERAPEUTIC MONITORING PROGRAM
PRIVATE - Requested and paid for by client.
CONFIDENTIAL - Records obtained and released only as requested and authorized by the client.
CUSTOMIZED - Monitoring components matched to the client's needs, goals, and personal and professional requirements. Customized monitoring components include any or all of the following:
- Random urine drug screen monitoring
- Worksite monitoring treatment monitoring
- Self-help program participation
- Participation in volunteer or recreational activities
- Participation in treatment activities
- Other rehabilitation activities as requested.
OBJECTIVE - Based on observable, measurable, documented behavior, reports, and test results.
Random Urine Drug Screen Testing Program
- Conducted by First Hospital Laboratories, Inc.
- National UDS testing program: Test sites in 48 states
- 69 test sites in New Mexico, 14 test sites in Albuquerque, 8 test sites in Las Cruces, 4 test sites in Santa Fe
- Random, automated testing and notification schedules - including random EtG/EtS testing schedules
- Multiple drug testing panels to choose from - with or without EtG/EtS screening
- MRO services, expert witness services, reanalysis of specimens at an alternate laboratory upon request
- Follows DOT guidelines and provides chain of custody records
- Computerized enrollment, payment, and test program modifications
- Reports available on-line to the individual, the monitoring organization and/or third parties (with the client's written authorization)
- Competitively priced
Documentation and Reporting of Participation and Compliance
- The New Mexico PRN monitoring program maintains a complete and accurate records of compliance and participation in rehabilitation and treatment activities.
- The New Mexico PRN monitoring program provides regular and special participation and compliance reports to third parties at the client's request and with the client's approval.
- The New Mexico PRN monitoring program provides consultation to clients and designated third parties about participation and compliance issues.