Alaska Drug Testing


Our testing locations do not accept payment and require a drug test order form at the time of testing. Please click the "Order a Test" button to order your test. Once your order has been processed, your drug test order form will be emailed to you.


Alaska is struggling with a terrible drug epidemic thanks to the increase in the use of heroin, methamphetamines and prescription drugs. With Alaska's workforce being heavily made up of industries such as gas, oil, seafood processing, health care and transportation, lots of workers are likely to be drug tested randomly while on the job, or will be required to take a drug test before they are hired.

If you are an individual in need of a drug test or an employer seeking pre-employment drug testing or post-accident drug testing, call US Drug Test Centers. All locations in Alaska offer a wide variety of drug tests, including hair follicle testing, urinalysis, alcohol Etg testing and more.

Finding a Location Near You

If you're searching for a drug testing center, chances are US Drug Test Centers has a location near you. We have several centers throughout Alaska, including 22 in Anchorage, 9 in Fairbanks, 2 in Juneau and Seward, as well as 28 others in smaller cities and towns throughout the state.

Many of our facilities are open daily and provide same day test results. Call early in the day for immediate service. If your employer requires a test for an accident on the or any job-related purpose, we also provide tests that can be ordered online to meet this need.

Rapid Drug Testing

Point of Contact (POCT) or instant or rapid drug testing is great for employers who need to fill a position promptly or those who have reasonable cause to spot check an employee. Negative results associated with this test are available the same day, which means you can put your new hires and employees to work immediately. Our Quest Diagnostics and LabCorp locations in Alaska offer instant or rapid testing.

See below for a list of all drug testing locations in Alaska.

US Drug Test Centers

US Drug Test Centers is the complete, drug-free workplace solution for employers. We provide drug testing for all reasons such as pre-employment, random, reasonable suspicion, post-accident, and return to duty.We have a state-of-the-art cloud-based software that allows you to order drug testing 24/7, store all drug test results and chain of custody forms (forever), and you can see the status of all completed drug testing.

We have random drug and alcohol testing consortiums and follow all DOT rules and regulations to direct your company in the right direction to stay in compliance. At USDTC, we can create drug-free workplace policy manuals specific to your company’s needs, and we provide online trainings.

Our online trainings are perfect for company Supervisors to learn what signs to look for if someone might be under the influence. We also have trainings that explain what Supervisors should know about the DOT rules and regulations in regards to the drug and alcohol testing program.

We are a part of the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA), and we always stay up to date with all drug testing-related rules and regulations. If you have any questions about state-specific laws regarding drug and alcohol testing, please contact our office and one of our team members will be glad to help you. If your company would like more information regarding setting up a corporate account you can set up an account online or contact us at 866-566-0261.

76 Testing locations in Alaska

5001 Arctic Blvd

Phone: 866-566-0261

846 72nd, Ste. 1

Phone: 866-566-0261

2716 East Tudor Road

Phone: 866-566-0261

300 West 36th Avenue

Phone: 866-566-0261

800 Cordova Street

Phone: 866-566-0261

3380 C St Ste 100

Phone: 866-566-0261

5001 Arctic Boulevard

Phone: 866-566-0261

301 Calista Court

Phone: 866-566-0261

4015 Lake Otis Pkwy #100

Phone: 866-566-0261

4120 Laurel Street

Phone: 866-566-0261

2211 E Northern Lights Boulevard

Phone: 866-566-0261

401 East Northern Lights

Phone: 866-566-0261

8201 Old Seward Highway

Phone: 866-566-0261

3105 Lakeshore Drive

Phone: 866-566-0261

3701 East Tudor Road

Phone: 866-566-0261

4100 Lake Otis Parkway Suite 100

Phone: 866-566-0261

12350 Industry Way

Phone: 866-566-0261

7000 Uula Street

Phone: 866-566-0261

16886 Sterling Highway

Phone: 866-566-0261

602 Railroad Avenue

Phone: 866-566-0261

301 Tim Poor Ave

Phone: 866-566-0261

501 Main Street

Phone: 866-566-0261

6000 Kanakanak Road

Phone: 866-566-0261

17101 Snowmobile Lane

Phone: 866-566-0261

1405 Kellum Street

Phone: 866-566-0261

1008 16th Ave Ste 100

Phone: 866-566-0261

1867 Airport Way Ste 130b

Phone: 866-566-0261

1626 30th Avenue

Phone: 866-566-0261

1867 Airport Way

Phone: 866-566-0261

1919 Lathrop Street Ste 125

Phone: 866-566-0261

42 Dolly Varden Lane

Phone: 866-566-0261

.5 Mile Usibelli Spur Road

Phone: 866-566-0261

4300 Bartlett St

Phone: 866-566-0261

8505 Old Dairy Rd

Phone: 866-566-0261

8800 Glacier Hwy

Phone: 866-566-0261

450 Marathon Road

Phone: 866-566-0261

10200 Kenai Spur Hwy

Phone: 866-566-0261

805 Frontage Rd Ste 123

Phone: 866-566-0261

10543 Kenai Spur Hwy

Phone: 866-566-0261

2785 Beaver Loop Road

Phone: 866-566-0261

3100 Tongass Ave

Phone: 866-566-0261

120 Carlanna Lake Road

Phone: 866-566-0261

1818 E. Rezanof Drive

Phone: 866-566-0261

717 E Rezanof Dr

Phone: 866-566-0261

2500 S Woodworth Loop

Phone: 866-566-0261

1135 Palmer-wasilla Highway

Phone: 866-566-0261

11724 Seward Hwy Ste D

Phone: 866-566-0261

209 Moller Ave

Phone: 866-566-0261

700 Katlian St Ste E

Phone: 866-566-0261

310 11th Ave. & Broadway

Phone: 866-566-0261

35911 Kenai Spur Highway

Phone: 866-566-0261

43530 Kalifornsky Beach Rd. #4

Phone: 866-566-0261

525 Schiavulli

Phone: 866-566-0261

851 Westpoint Drive

Phone: 866-566-0261

2520 N Meadow Lakes Dr.

Phone: 866-566-0261

185 E. Parks Hwy

Phone: 866-566-0261

951 E Bogard Rd Ste 102

Phone: 866-566-0261

310 Bennett Street

Phone: 866-566-0261

712 Ocean Cape Road

Phone: 866-566-0261

DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing

If you answer to the US Department of Transportation, you can obtain DOT drug and alcohol testing at US Drug Test Centers. We perform pre-employment DOT drug testing as well as random tests and DOT consortium testing. DOT random consortium services available in all areas of Alaska, as well as for purchase online.

Drug testing clinics can be found all over the state of Alaska. There are 49 convenient locations for you to choose from. Locations are located in Anchorage, Cooper Landing, Cordova, Delta Junction, Eagle River, Fairbanks, Gustavus, Homer, Juneau, Kenai, Ketchikan, Kodiak, Palmer, Petersburg, Seward, Sitka, Skagway, Soldotna, Valdez, Wasilla, Wrangell and Yakutat.

All services, including hair follicle drug testing, urine drug testing, are available at these Alaskan locations. Immediate drug testing may also be available. If you are searching for a specific drug test, call US Drug Test Centers and we'll help you find the location that meets your testing needs.

Benefits of Drug Testing in the Workplace

There are many benefits associated with drug testing and maintaining a drug-free workplace. By implementing a drug-screening program along with randomized drug screening, employers can experience:

  • Increased safety and fewer accidents
  • Increased productivity
  • Fewer call-offs
  • Increased employee morale
  • Fewer thefts and costly mistakes
  • Discounts on insurance premiums

In addition to getting insurance premium discounts, you may save money in other ways. If a post-accident drug test comes back with positive results, you may be able to deny a workers comp claim. Workers comp is not paid when the accident was proximately caused by intoxication of the injured employee or proximately caused by the employee being under the influence of drugs unless the drugs were taken as prescribed by the employee's physician. Also if you terminate an employee for a positive drug test, you may not have to pay unemployment benefits.

Contact US Drug Test Centers to learn more about implementing a drug-free workplace policy.

About Alaska

Alaska, with its blue glacier, small fishing towns and vast open landscapes full of wildlife, it is nothing short of breathtaking. From the Denali National forest where you can bear witness to the Aurora Borealis to downtown Anchorage where you can enjoy the nightlife, Alaska is home to more than 700,000 residents spread out over more than 650,000 square miles.

Testing options may vary on a site by site basis. Additional fees may apply depending on your location.

Frequently Asked Questions

This material is intended for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon for legal guidance. State & local laws change frequently and vary greatly. These are state & local laws and do not over rule the federal Department of Transportation laws & policies. Readers are advised to consult with their legal counsel or industry experts before acting based on this information. Last Updated June 2019

Alaska Drug Testing FAQs

No. Alaska does not have any mandatory drug testing statutes or regulations but it is recommended.
No, however, employers are strongly encouraged to have a written policy in place (Policy is specifically required to comply with the states’ voluntary law).
Yes. Employers can protect themselves from lawsuits so long as they follow the detailed rules of the Alaska’s ‘Immunity statute.’ Employers may leverage an ‘Intoxication’ defense to a Workers’ Compensation Claim, based on a positive drug test result. A positive drug test may also make an employee ineligible for unemployment compensation. Employers wishing to leverage either of these benefits must voluntarily comply with very detailed program rules.
No, there are no limitations (although the Alaska’s voluntary law does prohibit onsite (POCT) testing). It is recommended that all confirmation testing be conducted by a SAMHSA certified laboratory (as generally accepted and specifically required by voluntary law).
Yes, Alaska permits the personal adult use and the medical use of marijuana, and related products. The law does not specifically impact employment drug testing programs.