No. This very subject was addressed in a recent case (Heidi S. Vs. David
H). In that case, the Court made an order that required mother to submit
to drug testing indefinitely as a condition of increased and eventual
unmonitored visitation, and to order that a positive or missed drug or
alcohol test would trigger a return to limited monitored visitation. The
Court may only order testing for a finite time with the key goal of testing
is to provide the requisite accountability to assist a patent to get back
on their feet and be better parents.