Give your kid the perfect reason to say NO! We suggest having these kits on hand as a deterrent.*
‘I can’t try that – my crazy parent has a testing kit!’
Toolkit includes nicotine swab, THC/Marijuana testing kit, 7 day pill planner and a prescription disposal bag along with nicotine cessation and counseling/treatment resources and a few goodies!
Reserve your toolkit by clicking here and choose your pick up location. These kits are suggested for families grade 5-12. Share this link with other parents/groups. Kits are completely free of charge – donations appreciated!
Love this idea but not interested in having your own toolkit? Please click here to donate so we are able to provide kits to all families who ask for one!
Tools in the Kit:
Nicotine Test (Oral Swab): Directions included in small bag with the test. Works within 1-3 days of nicotine use and must be read within 5 minutes test completion. Click here for PDF version.
NEON GREEN SHEET: tips regarding vape/e-cig use. The devices have different names and come in thousands of shapes – ALL contain at least a trace amount of Nicotine which is highly addictive.
WHITE SHEETS: Online resources for families and kids to utilize regarding e-cig, vape, nicotine and tobacco use, dependence and resources to help your teen quit. Click here for PDF version.
THC/Marijuana Test (Urine Test): Glove, Collection beaker and directions included in bag with the test. Must be read immediately after processing. Click here for PDF version.
7 Day Pill Planner: Step Up recommends keeping only 7 days’ worth of any medication unlocked in a household. Lock a drawer, cabinet or use a safe to store medications not in immediate use (Also good to lock up: alcohol, weapons of any kind)
Drug Disposal Bag provided for in home disposal. Please remove old outdated medications immediately.
YELLOW SHEET: a listing of all St. Louis area Prescription drop locations. No questions asked and free to use!
Need more support?
BLUE SHEET: Preferred Family Healthcare is an incredible resource. They provide a wide range of screenings and services at no cost for youth including those dealing with nicotine/other substance use. Click here for PDF version.
*If you feel like your child is unsafe or in danger please contact emergency services or bring them to the nearest emergency room.