In Phoenix, the majority of Arizona’s junior high and high school students have come back at school. Supporting prevention of use of illegal drugs, Not My Kid, a Scottsdale based nonprofit organization and Rural or Metro Fire Department are making their attempts in encouraging the students’ parents to get a free kit of drug testing tool here http://www.passingalldrugtest.com/. When all’s said and done, these students are expected to be approached to use some of illegal drugs and substance at a weekend party hence the movement. But according to Colin Williams, 4/20 has become a word code word thus the kits are usually offered every 20th of April, and this movement is obviously an exception.
However, parents and other relevant authorities do not have to be watchful of the use of marijuana and other known illegal substance because some synthetic drugs like bath salts are becoming common to the youth at present. The side effects of these drugs were discovered through working with EMS. Williams added that the current situation is not like the marijuana in the ‘60’s because these drugs are undoubtedly mind altering and toxic substances thus every parent must be vigilant of their children’s exposure to these.
One parent named Gilbert Castillo came and freed his statements saying he cannot afford to wait until April to find out if his kids are under peer pressure in terms of drug use. He also mentioned that he has been coming to Not My Kid for half a decade already to take a free drug test kid.
Moreover, Castillo asserted that not a single moment did he need to threaten his children to test them if they had been doing drugs because the technique he used was much more effective, which is heart to heart talk regarding the issue. He added that the drug test at home gives his children an excuse since their parents are involved in their live and keeping him accountable for whatever would happen.
Just this week, Castillo revisited the office of Not My Kid in Shea Boulevard to take another drug testing kid for his younger children who are embarking on a new school year.
Now, Castillo beamed his pride of his eldest son who has become a living proof that possessing a drug testing kit at home is of great help to families in Phoenix.