Across the country, the debate has been raging: Is it ethical to drug test those who receive welfare in order to ensure that taxpayer funds don’t go to support someone’s drug addiction? Oklahoma recently asked that question and then raised the stakes, suggesting that maybe elected officials should be drug tested as well – for the same purpose.
In Norman, Oklahoma, the issue of drug testing welfare recipients may not affect you directly, but if addiction is a problem for someone in your family, your money may very well be going to support that continued addiction. Are you ready to start investing in something more positive – like the treatment your loved one needs to stop abusing drugs? Contact us today to find out how to get started.
Mandatory Drug Testing for Welfare Recipients Seeks to Identify Addicts Who Need Help
The Oklahoma House recently approved drug testing for welfare recipients, following in the footsteps of Florida and a few other states that have made the same decision. The focus on the recipient of the drug test has been the issue of debate, but wouldn’t it be nice if everyone in the community had the same support to get the drug rehab help they need if addiction is an issue? Drug testing identifies people who need addiction treatment – and then helps them get that treatment.
Get Drug Treatment for Your Loved One Today
If you believe that someone you care about in Norman, OK is in need of drug addiction treatment, you may not need a drug test to identify the issue. Contact a counselor at our phone number listed here and speak to someone who can help you map out a way to help them heal. Call now.
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Alcohol Training & Education
927 N Flood Ave # 103
Norman, OK 73069-7657
Naic-Center For Oklahoma Alcohol
215 W Linn St
Norman, OK 73069-5837