substance abuse prevention

Rehab Facilities/Sober Homes

Substance Abuse Prevention With Drug Dogs

Human searches are proven to be less effective than a trained Drug Detecting Dog. Medical facilities incur great liabilities in the event of an overdose or death due to onsite drug use. Some of our existing clients focused on substance abuse prevention are Amethyst Recovery Center, Principles Recovery Center, Penn Health, The Refuge- A Healing Place, Straight & Narrow  and many others across the country. We are members of the National Association Of Treatment Providers and serve NAATP members from California to The East Coast!  

We proudly serve drug rehabilitation facilities, detox centers, and sober living homes with substance abuse prevention programs across the entire country. We started our company in South Florida and have expanded to 48 different states! 

Drug Detecting Dogs' ownership have run substance abuse prevention and treatment centers and are well trained on sniffing to find numerous narcotics including heroin, cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine, MDMA (ecstasy), gunpowder, and numerous pills such as Suboxene, Adderall, opiate based pills, and many more.

The top priority for any facility that houses rehabilitating addicts is the safety of their clients and staff. It only takes one overdose to ruin an entire business, even if they took as many steps as possible to avoid it. Our military trained dogs are trained from day one in environments like sober homes, and are capable of finding substances humans would never be able to locate to aid with successful substance abuse prevention.

Carfentanyl (A common additive to heroin) has lead to a massive increase in overdoses, and is deadly if inhaled or even touched with the human hand, putting your clients and employees at risk. Use Drug Detecting Dogs to sniff substances in the area, and ensure they are properly disposed. 

Strengthening Substance Abuse Prevention Efforts Nationwide

We have recently added K9 explosive and narcotic services to Pennsylvania, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Colorado, Illinois, California, Massachusetts, South Carolina, Georgia, Texas, Arizona, New York, New Jersey, Delaware,Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina, and Maryland as well! 

To learn more, please call us at 855-561-DOGS (3647).