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.
Louisiana is a vibrant community home to over 4 million people, known for its jazz music, eerie cemeteries such as St Louis No.1 and lavish festivities during Mardi Gras. It has also been stuck by a drug epidemic. Heroin and cocaine among the main culprits with over 8% of residents having reported illicit drug use., with Heroin on the rise since 2009. There were more than 300 overdoes linked to opioid use in 2016 alone, making Louisiana the 15th worst state in the nation for drug abuse.
US Drug Test Centers are here to help; with our online drug test recourses it is easy to find a location and information. We offer same-day testing in some cases. Come in to one of our 303 locations all across the 64 Bayou State counties. US Drug Test Centers have 23 locations in Baton Rouge, 20 in Lafayette, 12in Lake Charles and 16 in the heart of Louisiana, New Orleans. If you are visiting the Creole State and need a drug test we are sure to have a location near you. Whether you are touring the French Quarter with its stretch of iron balconies or visiting the natural beauty that is the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park, we can accommodate your drug and alcohol test needs.
US Drug Test Centers provide testing for employers and businesses that are seeking to test for pre-employment, suspicion of use during work hours and otherwise as a random screening to ensure a safe workplace. US Drug Test Centers work hard to make tests and information about online drug testing readily available and are here to answer your questions. If you are an employer or individual needing a drug test for work related purposes or personal panels for court please contact us today at 1-866-566-0261.
303 Testing locations in Louisiana
Business owners can’t afford the mistake of hiring drivers or workers under the influence of intoxicating substances, due to the high cost of liability and insurance penalties. The best way to safeguard against the damage that drug and alcohol usage brings in the workplace is to provide random drug and alcohol testing.
US Drug Test Centers provides testing for businesses that want to protect their investment. Employees are assets and when assets become liabilities, everyone suffers the consequences. We offer drug and alcohol testing to Louisiana and surrounding cities like:
Abbeville, Addis, Alexandria, Baker, Baton Rouge, Bossier, Covington, Crowley, Donaldsonville, Denham Springs, Derider, Eunice, Monroe, Kenner, Shreveport, Metairie Terrace, Metairie, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Bossier City and New Orleans. Our drug testing centers are located in all of these cities.
Drug and Alcohol Dangers in the Workplace
No one wants to talk about the effect that drugs and alcohol have in the workplace. Substance abuse creates havoc not only for employees but for the employers, business owners, and co-workers. Behaviors change, attitudes are altered, and work productivity suffers. Long term investors and investments are put at risk, and people’s lives are put in danger of changing forever.
We see all too often what happens to people who drink and drive. Imagine owning a trucking company and having one of your drivers involved in a serious accident, where someone was injured or killed. If the driver is under the influence of drugs or alcohol, the company is liable for the damages and injuries caused by the driver.
Prevention and Intervention Saves Lives
This could have been avoided if the company had provided random, periodic drug and alcohol testing for every driver in the company. Assuming everyone is honest and not under the influence of some type of substance becomes a liability. No one wants to admit they have a problem with substance abuse. As owner or founder of a company or business, it is the responsibility of the owner to protect the image and investment of the company, as well as the employees.
Louisiana employers have the power to take charge of their business and protect their interest, and the interest of others. Drug and alcohol testing help employers recognize employees who are suffering from a substance addiction problem. When the problem is brought to the forefront, employees can get the help they need, and the business can continue to thrive.
Help with Drug and Alcohol Addiction
We offer testing to small, medium, and large sized businesses and corporations located throughout Louisiana. Government agencies and non- profit organization employees are not exempt from drug and alcohol testing. Substance abuse is the number one cause of domestic violence and traffic accidents. The majority of problems in the workplace and on the highway are avoidable, providing employers enforce a drug and alcohol testing policy for new and existing employees.
Help is available in many cities throughout the state of Louisiana. Many of these drug testing centers are close to thousands of worksites, and are open for business during various times of the day. Companies in Louisiana without a drug free workplace policy can easily qualify for a drug and alcohol consultation, so they can get a program in place to help secure the safety of their business and their employees.
Drug & alcohol testing, as well as hair follicle drug testing are available in all areas of Louisiana for: • Probation Drug Testing • Court Ordered Drug Testing • Child Custody Cases • Divorce Cases • Criminal or DUI Cases • Pre-employment Drug Testing • US Coast Guard Captains Drug Testing • DOT Drug Testing • DOT Consortium Random Programs • Random Drug Testing • Reasonable Suspicion Drug Testing
Whatever the reason, we can set up a drug or alcohol test for any individual in any area of the Louisiana with just one phone call. Call US Drug Test Centers today at 866-566-0261.
Testing options may vary on a site by site basis. Additional fees may apply depending on your location.
Drug Testing Locations by State
- District of Columbia
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