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Alabama Drug and Alcohol Testing
As of 2012, it was estimated that a total of 281,000 Alabama residents were in desperate need of treatment for drug and alcohol related ailments. Yet, the number of people ages 18-25 who report dependency on alcohol or illicit drugs (13.6%) nearly matches the number of people ages 18-25 who need, but do not receive, treatment for their abuse (13.1%). In a single day count one poll reported 63.9% of all enrollees were seeking help for a drug problem only, with an additional seeking treatment for both drugs and alcohol. Unfortunately the percentage of people using opiate substitution therapy has stayed unchanged since 2008 for those receiving Methadone. Further the recipients of Buprenorphine have increased from 137 (single day count) in 2008 to 684 in 2012.
The number of drug related emergency room visits in Alabama comes in third, falling short only to motor vehicle accidents and firearm related accidents. Alabama residents reported 121 opioid pain relief drugs for every 100 residents. Additionally Alabama is ranked 12th in the USA for alcohol related fatalities with 36% of it’s state total coming from alcohol related deaths. Another 31% of Alabama’s deaths come from illicit drug related injuries and overdoses.
Alabama has over 50 cities with accessibility to our drug and alcohol related services. Including Huntsville, Montgomery, Birmingham and Mobile. From Limestone County, with 23 locations, to Baldwin County, with 14 locations.
In Alabama many jobs in the transportation, private contracting and aviation require drug testing for employment. Employers have the ability to selectively drug test employees based on responsibility of the employee or field employee is active in. If you are seeking work in a field requiring you to operate machinery you are more likely to be required to take a drug test.
Using alcohol while on the job can dramatically increase the chances of work place related injuries, testing for alcohol can eliminate these hazards. Our locations offer options for testing in alcohol related work matters and increase safety in the work place.
The use and abuse of illegal drugs and alcohol in the state of Alabama is personally and professionally devastating. Alabama is currently ranked 26th in drug overdose mortality rates in United States. Additionally, In Alabama, prescription drug related deaths outnumber deaths from heroin and cocaine combined. In a recent survey, 6.7% of Alabama residents reported using illicit drugs in the past month. 11.8 per 100,000 people suffer drug overdose fatalities.
Needless to say drug and alcohol testing services such as that offered by US Drug Test Centers is a crucial tool which can help protect Alabama residents and save lives. US Drug Test Centers is proud to offer 316 conveniently located, immediate drug and alcohol collection sites throughout the state of Alabama.
Our drug and alcohol collection sites accept same-day drug and alcohol screenings and walk-ins in Montgomery, Mobile, Jackson, Tuscaloosa, and most other major cities in Alabama. Call 1-866-566-0261 before 10am on the day of your test. Walk-in rapid test collection services are also available at many locations.
310 Testing locations in Alabama
US Drug Test Centers facilitate medical testing with Medical Review Officer (MRO) supervision for a variety of the most common narcotics, including: marijuana, amphetamines, cocaine, phencyclidine (PCP), opiates, methamphetamines (MDMA and Ecstasy), benzodiazepines, barbiturates, and methadone. Whether it is personal, employer- or court-ordered, US Drug Test Centers always provide trusted and accurate results for any test in as little as 24 hours.
Tests currently available at US Drug Test Centers are:
5 or 10 Panel Drug Tests with or without an alcohol screening,10 Panel Drug Tests with Expanded Opiate and OXY, ETG Alcohol Tests, 5 or 9 Panel Hair Follicle Drug Tests, Breath Alcohol Tests (BAT),6 or 10 Panel Instant Rapid Test, as well as a variety of other testing configurations available upon request.
Business owners understandthat keeping drugs and alcohol out of the workplace is crucial to the success of their business. It was through the efforts of Alabama workers that the first rocket to put humans on the moon was built!
As part of maintaining their drug-free workplace certification, business owners are required to facilitate mandatory drug testing for all new hires, employees involved in an accident, and any instance where supervisors have a clear indication an employee may be using narcotics. US Drug Test Centers simply the alcohol and drug testing process for work-related situations and help local businesses maintain their certification.
A perk: Alabama companies certified as drug free workplaces can save thousands of dollars a year with a state-mandated 5% discount on workman's compensation insurance.
All US Drug Test Centers locations are equipped to process drug testing for businesses in commercial trucking and other DOT-regulated industries. or assistance with setting up random drug testing or DOT consortium narcotics testing for employees, call 1-866-566-0261.
US Drug Test Centers can facilitate a one-time test or, if you’d prefer,a customer care representative will be able to assist you in creating a long-term custom program designed specifically to address your specific needs. Call 1-866-566-0261 for reliable, cost effective, and convenient drug and alcohol screenings.
Testing options and fees may vary depending on your location.
Alabama is nicknamed the Yellowhammer State, after the state bird. Alabama is also known as the "Heart of Dixie" and the "Cotton State". The state tree is the longleaf pine, and the state flower is the camellia. Alabama's capital is Montgomery. The largest city by population is Birmingham, which has long been the most industrialized city; the largest city by land area is Huntsville. The oldest city is Mobile, founded by French colonists in 1702 as the capital of French Louisiana. Interestingly, it is also the only state with all major natural resources required to produce iron and steel.
Testing options may vary on a site by site basis. Additional fees may apply depending on your location.
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