Concerned about contaminants like fentanyl in your drugs? Want to check?
Fraser Health is offering drug checking at various locations across the region. This is a free and confidential service.
Using BTNX Fentanyl Test Strips™ individuals are able to screen their drugs for fentanyl and some fentanyl analogues.
How does it work?
Individuals are provided with a test strip. They then dilute their substance with a small amount of water and a positive or negative for fentanyl is revealed within minutes.
For more information on how to screen drugs for fentanyl please see the Fraser Health Drug Checking with Fentanyl Test Strips Pamphlet.
Location(s) offering this service
Drug checking for all chemicals
The Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectrometer (FTIR) machine can identify multiple ingredients, including cutting agents.
Point of Care Drug checking service is offered on Tuesdays at Safepoint in Surrey from 10:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Substances can also be dropped-off anytime. Samples will be run through the machine by the technician Tuesday mornings and results will be available Tuesday afternoon. Samples need to be at least 3mg and cannot be returned. Schedules subject to change.