Kansas Drug Testing
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In a 2016 study released by the CDC the death rate by drug overdose was over 11%, just short of the national average of 19%. In a report released by the White House in 2013, “Marijuana is the most commonly cited drug among primary drug treatment admissions in Kansas at over 50 percent. The percentage of admissions for cocaine has been decreasing since 2006”. In the same report they found that 6.71% of Kansas residents reported use of illicit drugs in the past month. The volume of meth lab and meth lab busts also increased significantly.
Kansas is among many states struggling to respond to the impact of drugs and alcohol on their residents. Us Drug Test Centers is proud to be a leader, at the forefront of addressing drug and alcohol abuse and addiction issues through its network of over 20,000 drug test collection sites. If a drug or alcohol test is necessary today, please call US Drug Test Centers at 866-566-0261 to set up a drug test at any of our sites throughout the state of Kansas.
Kansas is positioned in the Midwestern part of the United States, making it the 15th largest in the U.S. Kansas covers more than 82,000 square feet, and contains over 105 counties. With a state populated by over 2 million people, US Drug Test Centers are pleased to offer drug and alcohol, multi-panel, employer, employee, DOT, hair follicle drug testing, legal testing and more to local and neighboring companies and individuals.
231 Testing locations in Kansas
US Drug Test Centers in Kansas offer various institutes and individuals reassurance and peace of mind. Drug use hurts businesses and complicates daily tasks. We offer the fastest and securest means for businesses to validate any suspicion of drug use, following occupation offers and workplace misfortunes. Most insurance establishments will not pay for accident claims until the individual verifies that an accident or incident was not caused by substance misuse or inebriation. Businesses without drug free workplace programs should apply such a program in their business. Instant drug and alcohol testing can certainly answer the questions insurance companies and employers are seeking. Was the driver or employee under the influence or alcohol or drugs during the time of the accident? We can help you find out.
Eliminate Drug and Alcohol Risks in the Workplace
Companies can never be sure that applicants are telling the truth about drug or alcohol usage. The quickest way to get the facts, and get to the bottom line is to order a hair follicle drug testing sample. Drug use is the number one reason for accidents on the highway and in the work force. Companies are accountable for the well-being of their personnel and the solidity of their company.
Accidents set companies back fiscally, sometimes creating numerous difficulties. This makes it difficult to form associations with other companies. Drug and hair follicle testing can put doubts to rest. These tests will hastily understand which type of drugs are being used, so companies can elect what steps the company will need to take to guard their importance and the interest of its workers.
What Drug and Hair Follicle Drug Testing Can Reveal
Each US Drug Testing Center in Kansas can deliver drug testing with MRO review. While hair follicle testing discloses what type of drugs are being used or have been used, it is unlike urine testing. Hair follicle testing has a longer window of uncovering.
EtG testing includes taking a urine sample or hair follicle. Liquid chemicals like alcohol are administered through the body and enter the bloodstream right away. The liver is accountable for regulating the blood and glucose levels, which alcohol consumption affects.
A hair follicle specimen can identify drug use up to one week to 90 days after use. Hair follicle testing is highly suggested for workers who are entering highly sensitive areas of employment, where zero acceptance of alcohol and drugs are banned. Results are accessible within 3 to 5 days of testing, and there are no indication of false positives. Tests are dependable and 100% accurate.
Drug and Alcohol Testing For Everyone
While many states have opted to legalize marijuana, Kansas considers marijuana (both medical and recreational) to be illegal. Kansas Statutes Chapter 21, Article 57: Crimes Involving Controlled Substances and Section 65-4105: Schedule I Controlled Substances covers these laws in detail.
Our labs can test workers and non-working individual’s urine or hair for drug use. Persons who need testing to fulfil job or court instructed requirements can visit any of the US Drug Test Centers in Kansas. We offer testing for individuals and companies who are in neighboring cities.
Drug and alcohol Testing is accessible for governmental agency employees, charitable organization workers, volunteers, and administration offices in Kansas. Testing is also accessible for medical employees, hospital staff, and others. Correct and timely drug and alcohol testing help keep Kansas as safe, drug free and one of the most lively states in the United States.
Same day testing is available for companies and individuals. Call early in the day for same day drug testing services. All drug tests can also be ordered with one quick phone call to US Drug Test Centers at 866-566-0261.
About the state of Kansas
Kansas is located in the Midwest. The state of Kansas is ranked 35th in the country in terms of population ad 26th in terms of size. The capital of Kansas is Topeka. It was once illegal to to serve ice cream on cherry pie in the state of Kansas. The food chain “Pizza Hut” was first opened in Kansas. Rock Island Bridge in Kansas is the largest railroad bridge of its particular kind.
Testing options may vary on a site by site basis. Additional fees may apply depending on your location.
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