Alcohol / Drug Abuse
DORAU PAMELA KAY CMSW, LMHP, LADC
Address: 4101 WOOLWORTH AVE,
State: NE 681051850 - US
Notes: DORAU PAMELA KAY CMSW, LMHP, LADC is an alcohol and drug abuse support provider located in the wonderful city of OMAHA in the State of NE. To reach the location
by telephone, call 4023468800. The provider is found at 4101 WOOLWORTH AVE .
'Walk-in' AbuseCheck Hair Collection Laboratories In: NE
Other Alcohol and Drug Abuse Professionals
in OMAHA, NE
COLLIERS TROY ELIZABETH MS. LADC
Address: 2406 FOWLER AVE,
State: NE 681112013 - US
CASEY MARY KATHLEEN MSW LMHP LADC
Address: 2101 S 42ND ST,
State: NE 681052947 - US
DINNEEN LONNIE CPC, LMHP
Address: 2401 LAKE ST,
State: NE 681113872 - US
ABH ADDICTION & BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SVCS, INC
Address: 5847 N 90TH ST,
State: NE 681341856 - US
PRINE JANE MRS.
Address: 3300 N 60TH ST,
State: NE 681043402 - US
JERICHO COUNSELING ASSOCIATES
Address: 1941 S 42ND ST STE 538,
State: NE 681052945 - US
ECKERMAN JILL DIANE MRS. MS
Address: 10824 OLD MILL RD, SUITE 21
State: NE 681542642 - US
JENKINS CHERI DENISE RN, MS, PLMHP, PLADC
Address: 6663 SORENSEN PKWY,
State: NE 681522139 - US
ORTEGA KATHY MS. LADC
Address: 3300 N 60TH ST,
State: NE 681543402 - US
MACKE JOANNE M MS.
Address: 5217 S 28TH ST,
State: NE 681073402 - US
The AbuseCheck™ FAEE Hair Alcohol Abuse Test
is unique in that alcohol is normally only ingested
and does not come in any other form (i.e. gas) that would
cause ambiguities or false positive results.
Who Uses This AbuseCheck™ Test:
Healthcare Professionals: Prove your patient does
not have an alcohol dependency or identify people with an
alcohol addiction (i.e. mandatory for liver and kidney transplants).
Measure the efficacy of an alcohol treatment program.
- For Legal Purposes: Prove your client
is fit to have custody of his/her children or for use in
- For Forensic Use: Since ethanol is the
most frequently encountered drug in postmortem forensic
toxicology laboratories, this test may provide insight into
the individual’s history of alcohol consumption which
may be relevant to a case (or to prove that a driver in
a road accident was not in the habit of overindulging in
- For Public Sectors: Many public organizations
and sectors examining the physiological and behavioral effects
of alcohol can utilize this test to aid in their research
(i.e. studies between the correlation of alcohol habits
and risk of vehicular accidents).
- For Human Resource: Certain high profile
or public safety jobs may require abstinence from alcohol
for certain periods when performing a task and this test
can ascertain any drinking issues of a potential hire or
- For Parents of Teenagers: Parents who
want to test their teens to be certain that they are not
Mass Spectroscopy is currently the benchmark confirmatory
test by the forensic community around the world. This method
allows for Quantitation and conclusive identification of drugs
and their metabolites. It has the sensitivity and precision
to quantify alcohol at concentrations as low as 0.01 g/dL
and can distinguish ethanol from other types of alcohol such
as isopropanol (rubbing alcohol) or ethylene glycol (antifreeze).
Resources and More about AbuseCheck:
Test Product Benefits:
||Lab is accredited and certified to
ISO 17025 for the provision of clinical testing services for substances
||Accepted laboratory procedures and
||Accurate, simple, and non-invasive.
||Establish your client's average alcohol
consumption over a period of time, up to 6 months.
||Allows for longer detection time
as the hair is resistant to alterations.
The AbuseCheck™ Hair Alcohol Test (HAT)
is a non-invasive testing procedure which provides a definitive
timeline of alcohol abuse. It has been used by law enforcement agencies,
healthcare professionals, and employers to identify individuals
with recent histories of alcohol abuse.
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