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ANY LAB TEST NOW® Promotes Drug-Free Lifestyle during Red Ribbon Week
Date:10/20/2013

Alpharetta, GA (PRWEB) October 20, 2013

ANY LAB TEST NOW®, the leading provider of direct to consumer lab testing, will participate in Red Ribbon Week by promoting their Trust But Verify program to help keep teens off of drugs. Participating teens will make a pledge to themselves, family and friends to abstain from the use of drugs, alcohol, tobacco products and violence during Red Ribbon Week, Wednesday, 10/23 - Thursday, 10/31. Parents and teens are encouraged to visit their local ANY LAB TEST NOW® for teen drug screening as a way to demonstrate their commitment to living drug free.

As experts in toxicology testing for cases ranging from pre-employment to criminal court and personal assessment, ANY LAB TEST NOW® has led the charge in helping parents in the ongoing battle to keep their teens drug free through the Trust But Verify program. Trust But Verify encourages open dialogue between parents and their teens about drug use and encourages random drug testing of teens, not to catch them, but to deter them from using drugs. Trust But Verify and random drug testing is also a way to support parents while helping their teens with peer pressure, as teens that know that they are randomly drug tested have a substantial reason to say no, even when asked to "just try it once." "Though random drug testing may seem harsh and like the fastest way to get a teenager to shut down lines of communication, knowing that they may get drug tested is a very effective way to get
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