Indiana 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.
Indiana is home to over 6 million people, with four of the major cities being home to over 100,000 people alone. Indiana has been struck by an opioid epidemic for years with over 700 opioid related overdoses in 2016 and a rate of 12.6 deaths per 100,000 people. Like many of the other Midwest states Indiana has fallen victim to the heroin epidemic. Our online drug testing resources are here to help the community of Indiana with its entire drug testing needs.
Indiana requests that drug testing be conducted on a regular basis for many industries, for safety reasons. Drug testing is required for those seeking work in child-care, including bus drivers and those interested in public workers. US Drug Test Centers can provide same day testing resources for those seeking their commercial drivers license or CDL for occupation. In addition, the mining industry in Indiana is subject to testing. There are five types of incidences where Indiana CDL drivers may also be required to take a drug screening; for employment, at random, reasonable suspicion, following an incident at work and before returning to work as a follow up. As well, certain government benefits can be declined without a drug screening, we offer drug and alcohol testing including EtG alcohol and DOT drug tests. Employers looking for tests may seek online drug test information on our website or contact us at 1-866-566-0621 today!
We have 464 locations in the great state of Indiana, from Akron to Winamac; a US Drug Test Center is near you. With over 30 in Indianapolis alone, even conveniently located at on Capital AVE., just blocks from Indiana University- Purdue, and surrounding areas including 2 in Carmel (one off Keystone Pkwy) and 1 in Fishers. There are 17 locations in Fort Wayne (Allen County) but also in Columbia City to the west in Whitley county, 5 in Huntington City in Huntington County to the southwest and a locations in Decatur (1) and Bluffton (2) both located south of Allen County in Wells and Adams County. The Decatur and Scott counties and have been cited for their higher levels of overdose rates. We have 4 locations in Greenburg (Decatur county) and 1 in Scottsburg next to the Scott County Indiana Fairgrounds. If you are in these or any of the other hundreds of locations we have contact us for you drug and alcohol related needs. Including out online drug testing resources you can call today for information.
450 Testing locations in Indiana
Although Indiana doesn’t have stringent drug testing laws, the state does require that all employees be notified of the drug testing policies. Businesses must notify the staff of the consequences they will face if they do not pass the drug test. There are no limits imposed on the type of drug screening process that employers can use. In Indiana, options include hair follicle testing, urine testing, saliva drug tests and blood draws. Indiana drug laws to take note of are statutes that protect employees from discriminatory practices. Employers can’t single out a certain group of people for drug screening. Also, individuals taking a medication for a disability are protected under the American Disabilities Act.
Professional drug screening centers are the ideal choice for Indiana employers. The centers follow strict guidelines in order to protect both the employee and the employer. For instance, Indiana laws require that the drug testing process does not invade a person’s privacy or defame a person’s character. To avoid violations, drug tests should be overseen by a MRO and conducted in private. Test results should be kept confidential and not publicized by the employer.
Drug and alcohol testing are all available in Indiana by making one simple phone call! Call US Drug Test Centers at 866-566-0261 today!
Testing options may vary on a site by site basis. Additional fees may apply depending on your location.
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