Why Are You Here?

Receiving notification of a positive urine drug screen often leaves many questions unanswered about the return to duty process. The process for returning to duty often varies depending on the drug testing policy that the test was administrated under. Our team of Qualified Substance Abuse Professionals can take you step by step through the process to help eliminate any confusion or concerns you may have.

Your Responsibilities

  • Step 1: Complete the online assessment.
  • Step 2: You will receive a treatment or education recommendation from the outcome of the assessment.
  • Step 3: Complete the treatment or education recommendation.
  • Step 4: Receive a copy of the completion certificate.
  • Step 5: Receive a contact from a Qualified Professional to discuss return to duty eligibility.

Get Started

Once we receive your profile information a Qualified Professional will contact you to review your case and to discuss available options.

Did you receive a positive drug screen result?

Hi, I'll be walking you through the process of setting up your profile and evaluating your needs in order to formulate the appropriate recommendations.

This process is only for those who have a positive drug screen. Please click the button below if you would like to contact us.

Confidentially Agreement

It is the policy of the Allied Trades Assistance Program (ATAP) to accept the responsibility to serve the behavioral health needs of member. For ATAP to accomplish this purpose, it must provide effective support to anyone who seeks treatment, and who may benefit from its’ services.

Confidentiality, in respect to ATAP means that the discussions, records, and treatment of, by or about any client, shall guarantee, as far as possible, the right of client to privacy. The fact that an individual is involved in services must be kept private, and such disclosure can be made only under certain specified conditions. Confidentiality rules are strict. Information kept confidential includes:

  • Identity
  • Attendance
  • Diagnosis
  • Status and involvement in the program
  • Treatment plans
  • Physical whereabouts

This means that ATAP employees, consultants, volunteers, interns, etc., shall not disclose any information about an individual, including the fact that a person is or is not a client, to anyone outside ATAP unless such disclosure is authorized by written client consent. The principle of confidentiality must be maintained in all programs, functions, and activities of ATAP.
The privacy of people receiving behavioral health services. Code of Federal Regulations: 42 CFR Part 2, all programs providing diagnosis, treatment, or referral services. Primary intent is to prevent disclosure of information – both written and verbal – that would identify a person as receiving behavioral health services.

Exception to the general confidentiality conditions:

  • Patient consent
    • Clients may sign a consent form to release specific information to specific people.
  • Internal communications
    • Information may be shared among staff within a program, only if there is a legitimate need to know.
  • Disclosures without identification of client
    • Programs may release information that does not include any identifying information about a client.
  • Medical emergencies
    • If a situation poses an immediate threat to the health of the client or any other individual, and requires immediate medical intervention, such as a drug overdose or suicide attempt, necessary information may be disclosed to medical personnel.
  • Court orders
    • State and federal courts may issue orders authorizing programs to release information.
  • Child and elder abuse reports
    • It is mandated by most state statutes that any information regarding child abuse or elder abuse is reported.
  • Duty to Warn
    • If a client poses a threat to somebody’s life, staff must inform the intended victim.

ATAP Staff under Pennsylvania Law are required to report known or suspected child and elder abuse. A mandated reporter, who in his or her professional capacity, or within the scope of his or her employment, has knowledge of, observes, or reasonably suspects abuse, or neglect must report the suspected incident.

Is this test a violation of the Department of Transportation?

Learn more about a positive drug screen under the Department of Transportation - Click Here!

What Module?

If you are through the below Modules you will not be able to continue this process with us. Instead, please visit www.saplist.com to find a Substance Use Professional in your area

  • 23 United States Coast Guard (USCG)
  • 5 Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
  • 11 Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)
  • 17 Federal Transit Administration (FTA)

Do you have the Chain of Custody paperwork?

You will need to upload your original document to your profile.
Click to see a sample

You would have signed and received this paperwork at the time of the test. To retrieve this document, contact the Laboratory where the test was initiated or the employer who referred you for testing.

Once we receive your profile information a Qualified Professional will contact you to review your case and to discuss available options.