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Vermont Drug Testing | Drug & Alcohol Testing Vermont

Vermont Drug Testing


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Vermont has done a god job of lowering their heroin abuse problems and are showing success rates over the last few years. Their problems are far from over as a rise in abuse of other substances is becoming more predominant. Illicit drugs such as cocaine, hallucinogens and non-medical use of prescription drugs have taken the stage.  Vermont is home to over 600,000 people making it the 2nd least populated state in the nation. Vermont was the first state to follow the original 13 states and was a leader in the abolition of slavery and women’s rights in colonial times making it a staple in American history. With all of its quaint towns and natural beauty it is important for the resident of Vermont to know where to find help for their drug test needs.

US Drug Test Centers offer rapid drug and alcohol testing in all parts of Vermont. If you are required to take a test for employment, legal reasons, personal reason or if it is court ordered we offer an array of tests. Hair follicle drug testing, DOT mandated drug program and five or ten panel drug test are available. If you are an employer in Vermont seeking tests for pre employment, following an incident at work, at random or as part of a physical please call us today for more information or stop by one of our many locations open daily.

We have 27 locations open to the public in Vermont. If you live in northern Vermont or are traveling there we have locations in St. Albans (Franklin County) near the Northwest Medical Center, we also have 3 locations in Newport (Orleans County). If you’re planning a trip to Lake Champlain and need a test, we have 2 locations in Burlington with one just a 4 minute drive from ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain. If you are traveling in southern Vermont or live there we also have locations for you. We have a location in Brattleboro (Windham County), 2 in Bennington,  (Bennington County) and 2 locations in Barre (Washington County) including one catty-corner to the Central Vermont Medical Center.

All US Drug Testing Center locations are able to provide immediate drug and alcohol testing for individuals, when the situation requires immediate testing with expedited results. Immediate testing means that the testing itself is done same-day, or immediately, with the results usually reported back the next business day. This immediate drug and alcohol testing is available for situations such as: probation, legal cases, court ordered testing, divorce, custody and other testing where the results are needed immediately.

27 Testing locations in Vermont

1734 Crawford Farm Road

Phone: 866-566-0261

20 W. Canal St. Wollen Mill

Phone: 866-566-0261

Drug and Alcohol Testing – State of Vermont

For individuals, personal drug and alcohol testing is always available with same day service. Our testing programs include:

Employer drug testing programs available with:

DOT and Non DOT employer programs can be set up with our turnkey programs.

Do you need a drug test today in the State of Vermont? US Drug Test Centers is a nationwide company with locations throughout VERMONT for drug and alcohol testing. Drug and alcohol testing with immediate service is available for individuals for personal drug tests and for employers for workplace drug testing.

Call now 866-566-0261 for service at any of our many facilities in the State of Vermont.

For employers US Drug Test Centers can help provide a comprehensive drug free workplace program including workplace drug testing. Both DOT and non-DOT programs are available for complete compliance with Federal, State and local regulations. US Drug Testing Center works with businesses of all types, with an emphasis on industries where the substance abuse challenges are the greatest.

Comprehensive drug free workplace programs include: 

  • A Written Substance Abuse Policy 
  • Employee Awareness & Education 
  • Supervisor Training 
  • An Employee Assistance Plan of Action 
  • Drug and Alcohol Testing (as appropriate)

US Drug Test Centers cam provide an effective drug-free program consisting of the five elements listed above that, together, provide a full, comprehensive management and training program designed specifically to meet the needs of your company. US Drug Testing Center can help your company get started with a drug-free program that's right for you, or help you put in place the right processes for maintaining your program, depending upon your specific situation.

In Vermont, US Drug Test Centers has facilities throughout the State in all cities including: • Burlington, VT • South Burlington, VT • Colchester, VT • Rutland, VT • Essex Junction, VT • Barre, VT • Williston, VT • Montpelier, VT • St Johnsbury, VT

Vermont is a state in the northeastern U.S. known for its natural landscape, which is 75% forest. It's also known for being home to over 100 19th-century covered bridges, and as a major producer of maple syrup. Thousands of acres of alpine terrain make it a popular New England winter destination for skiers and snowboarders. The capital of Vermont is Montpelier.

Many attorneys in Vermont work with our US Drug Test Centers to order probation & court ordered drug and or alcohol tests for their clients. These drug tests are often ordered for the following reasons:

  •  Divorce Cases 
  • Child Custody Cases 
  • DUI or DWI arrests 
  • Child Protection Services 
  • Probation and Parole 
  • Court Ordered

Vermont's drug testing law is one of the most restrictive in the nation. Vermont allows employers to require applicants and employees to take drug tests, in limited circumstances. Employers are not required to drug test and are not allowed to conduct random testing. A Vermont employer may require an applicant to take a drug test only if the applicant has received a job offer conditioned on a negative test result. The employer must give applicants a written notice that includes:

• an explanation of the testing procedure • a list of drugs to be tested for, and • a statement that therapeutic levels of prescribed drugs will not be reported.

Employers in Vermont may test employees for drugs only if all of the following are true:

• The employer has reasonable cause to believe that an employee is using drugs or is under the influence. • The employer has an employee assistance program (EAP) that provides for rehabilitation. • Employees who test positive and agrees to enter the EAP may not be terminated. • Random testing is prohibited except for DOT testing.

The employer must contract with a medical review officer who reviews test results and keeps them confidential. The officer must contact employees or applicants to explain a positive test result. Employees and applicants have the right to an independent retest at their own expense.

An employee who tests positive and agrees to enter the EAP or rehabilitation program may not be terminated. However, the employee may be suspended for up to three months to complete the program. If the employee subsequently tests positive, the employee may be terminated.

If you need a drug test or drug testing program, call today and speak with a drug testing specialist for immediate service in all areas of Vermont. Setting up a drug and alcohol testing program is easy with US Drug Test Centers having locations all over Vermont. Services available from US Drug Test Centers include drug free workplace policies, court ordered drug testing, hair follicle testing, DOT drug testing, alcohol testing, ETG alcohol testing, random drug testing, random consortium programs and five and ten panel drug tests.

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