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.
US Drug Test Centers can provide drug testing for you in Anderson,Indiana. We offer a variety of drug and alcohol tests that are fast, affordable, accurate, and convenient. Not only can we perform drug and alcohol testing in the Anderson area, but also nationwide. Give our office a call to get scheduled today!
Both employers and individuals often find situations where they need to order a drug test for immediate service or on going service for themselves or their employees. US Drug Test Centers is a nationwide company with over 20,000 locations ready to serve you, no matter where you are! Just one phone call to 866-566-0261 can arrange immediate drug or alcohol testing. Call today for service and get your drug testing completed. Our drug and alcohol testing services are provided for individuals needing drug testing for probation, court ordered testing, self-testing, drug testing of teenagers and more. For employers and staffing agencies, our drug testing centers can arrange for an immediate drug test for your applicant or employee anywhere in the country. Call 866-566-0261 for immediate service.
What You Need to Bring to a Drug Test in Anderson
US Drug Test Centers has multiple locations in and near Anderson. Our testing locations require a drug test order form / donor pass and your photo ID. We can provide you with a drug test order form / donor pass within minutes of calling our office at 866-566-0261 or by placing your order online by clicking here. US Drug Test Centers locations do not accept payment on site. Most of our testing locations accept walk-ins or same day appointments to minimize wait times.
Testing for Legal or Personal Matters
US Drug Test Centers is able to provide you with different testing options for probation, court ordered, custody battles, personal reasons, DUI testing and more. We can order the test that is needed for your individual scenario and send them directly to your probation officer or to the courts if needed. To learn more about our legal and personal testing options Click Here.
The federal government estimates that drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace and its related events, costs American businesses up to $80 billion a year, and that is just in lost productivity alone. According to government statistics, employees who use drugs are three times more likely to be late to work, over three-and-a-half times more likely to be involved in a workplace accident, and five times more likely to file workers' compensation claims.
US Drug Test Centers is a nationwide network of testing centers whose mission is to provide your business with immediate testing solutions for your Drug and alcohol testing and drug-free workplace needs. We provide complete DOT drug testing and compliance programs, and drug-free workplace program needs, as well as being able to establish an ongoing drug testing and drug-free workplace program for your business. You can set up your company's corporate account here.
DOT Compliant Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs
If you are a DOT-regulated company and need to have a DOT compliant drug and alcohol program in place, US Drug Test Centers are the professionals in establishing and servicing DOT compliant testing programs for the transportation industry. We strictly adhere to DOT compliance standards in all of our testing, which means when you use US Drug Test Centers, you can be rest assured that your program will pass a DOT audit anytime.
We Provide DOT-Compliant Testing Services to the Following Industries
US Drug Test Centers are here to provide DOT-compliant drug and alcohol testing and drug-free workplace programs to DOT regulated industries such as:
- Trucking Industry (FMCSA)
- Aviation Industry (FAA)
- Railroad Industry (FRA)
- Public Transportation (FTA)
- Pipeline Industry (PHMSA)
- Maritime Industry (USCG)
Anderson's Most Accurate Drug or Alcohol Testing
How do I know if the test is accurate? All of US Drug Test Centers' specimens go to a SAMHSA certified laboratory for testing. SAMHSA has an active advisory board that keeps its employees and administrators abreast of current and changing laws when it comes to drug testing. There are Mandatory Guidelines for Federal Employee Drug Testing Programs that must carry consistencies throughout every agency and company that SAMHSA laboratories supplies. The advisory board has professionals that are uniquely qualified in their respective fields to review scientific evidence in the area of drug and alcohol treatment and testing practices.
Creating Your Drug-free Workplace Policy
An effective workplace policy is not generic; it needs to reï¬‚ect the speciï¬c group(s) and requirements of the organization. A written workplace policy needs to be developed in consultation with all levels of the company. US Drug Test Centers believes that it is very important to create a policy that works best for your company. We understand that each company has specific employee rules and regulations while still complying with state specific laws.
By completing our Drug-Free Workplace Policy Form you will receive a policy compliance manual that includes step by step instructions and all required documents. These resources include a policy statement on controlled substance use and alcohol misuse in the workplace, educational materials, employee assistance programs, information regarding rehabilitation and treatment programs, access to a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) for DOT violations, copies of DOT regulations (if your company falls under DOT guidelines), random testing instructions, and instructions for record keeping.
Online Training for Businesses in Anderson, Indiana
US Drug Test Centers offer a variety of affordable online training programs for your supervisors. There are DOT and non-DOT courses. Your supervisors may have already taken online drug and alcohol training. These courses are revised and updated annually as new information becomes available. It is recommended that supervisor refresher training is completed every 12 to 18 months. You can sign up for one of our trainings here!
DOT Required Random Drug and Alcohol Testing in Anderson, Indiana
For owner-operators two important steps must be taken to comply with the DOT FMCSA regulations for drug and alcohol testing:
- A pre-Employment test drug test with a negative result must be completed before operating a DOT covered commercial motor vehicle (CMV).
- You must enroll into a random testing consortium. Owner-operators are not permitted to manage random testing themselves.
US Drug Test Centers can assist owner operators in all areas of the United States, for immediate compliance with DOT FMCSA regulations for drug and alcohol testing; call US Drug Test Centers today at 866-566-0261 or you can enroll as an owner operator or company through our website by clicking here!
Both stand-alone random testing pools and consortium random testing pools are available for trucking companies, bus companies, for hire carriers and private fleets. Typically companies with over 20 drivers will elect to have a stand-alone random drug testing program. Compliance is more complicated for companies with more than one driver. US Drug Test Centers can simplify the process and help your company with a program that keeps you in compliance and out of trouble with the DOT so that you avoid fines and penalties.
Who can benefit from drug or alcohol testing from US Drug Test Centers?
- Wellness Programs required drug and alcohol testing
- Rehab Facilities and Healthcare Facilities required drug and alcohol testing
- Family Courts required drug and alcohol testing
- Law Enforcement Agencies required drug and alcohol testing
- Schools and Parents required drug and alcohol testing
- Last Chance Agreements required drug and alcohol testing
- Adoptions required drug and alcohol testing
- DUI and DWI Offenders required drug and alcohol testing
- Probation and Parole required drug and alcohol testing
- Child Custody cases required drug and alcohol testing
- Child Protection cases required drug and alcohol testing
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Aside from launching a legal challenge, your best defense against urine testing is to be clean. Unfortunately, this may be difficult since urine tests may detect marijuana 1-5 days after an occasional use, 1-3 weeks in regular users, and 4-6 weeks in multiple daily users.
Urinalysis – A urine test is the most common form of pre-employment testing and is typically conducted once a conditional offer of employment has been sent. A urine test can show traces of drug use even after the effects of the drug have worn off and remain in the body for an extended period of time.
For example, if a candidate or employee tests positive for drugs or alcohol, you still can't know how that drug became present in their system, when it was taken, or how much was taken. Further, if a candidate or employee is taking certain prescription or over-the-counter medications, they may fail a drug test.
Typically ingesting 1-2 liters or more within an hour of testing is sufficient to dilute most specimens for a 2–6 hour period. Diuretics such as caffeine and cranberry juice and some medications, including water pills may cause diluted urine samples.
Common excuses for failing a drug test
I kissed my boyfriend after he smoked a joint. My dentist gave me something strong for a sore tooth. I ate a lot of poppy seed muffins for breakfast. I failed because of second-hand marijuana smoke.
False-positive results for amphetamine and methamphetamine were the most commonly reported. False-positive results for methadone, opioids, phencyclidine, barbiturates, cannabinoids, and benzodiazepines were also reported in patients taking commonly used medications.
Ibuprofen. This over-the-counter pain reliever can cause a drug test to show up as positive for barbiturates, benzodiazepines, and marijuana. 12000 mg of ibuprofen, it is thought, may interfere with the enzyme used in the testing method.
If you were taking something that might've caused a false-positive result, the lab can do another type of test to verify that you haven't touched the drugs being tested. Letting your employer, principal or coach know about these substances can go a long way towards convincing them you deserve a second chance.
Refusing to take a drug test is much like refusing to take a breathalyzer; it's your right to say no, but just taking the test is usually the better option. The question you pose shouldn't be whether you can refuse a drug test, but instead whether refusal is a smart decision. Drug tests are ordered for many reasons.
How long do drugs stay in saliva and how far back does a mouth swab go? A mouth swab drug test detection period is generally 5–48 hours. By comparison, drugs of abuse can be detected in blood for one or two days and in urine for 1.5 to four days.
Urine drug screen results usually come back within a few days or on the same day. If a result is positive, a person may need to take a second test for confirmation. This may be a GC-MS test, which gives more accurate results. The person who carried out the test or a medical review officer will explain the results.
- Before the test, don't eat foods that can change the colour of your urine. Examples of these include blackberries, beets, and rhubarb.
- Don't do heavy exercise before the test.
- Tell your doctor ALL the medicines and natural health products you take.
A positive dilute urine content can be for a number of health reasons, for example, a patient taking diuretics, also known as “water pills.” This can cause more frequent urination and higher water content. However, the positive dilute drug test remains positive for drug metabolite(s) in the system.
Clear urine is a sign of good hydration and a healthy urinary tract. However, if they consistently notice clear urine and also have extreme or unusual thirst, it is best to speak to a doctor.
|Drug||In Blood||In Urine|
|Barbiturates||1-2 days||2-4 days|
|Benzodiazepines||2-3 days||3-6 weeks|
|Cannabis||2 weeks||7-30 days|
|Cocaine||1-2 days||3-4 days|
Do Edibles Show Up in Drug Tests? Yes, edibles do show up on drug tests along with other THC-containing products. Additionally, because THC is processed differently when it's ingested, it may actually last longer in the body than weed that's been smoked.
|If you take or eat:||You could test positive for:|
|Hemp food products**||Marijuana|
Antihistamines. Benadryl, Tylenol PM, Advil PM, and other medications contain diphenhydramine. This could lead to positive results in screenings for methadone, PCP, or opiates.
When tested at the 50 ng/ml cutoff threshold, infrequent users typically test negative for the presence of marijuana metabolites within 3-4 days, while heavy users typically test negative by ten days after ceasing use, the study found.
A combination of peroxidase and hydrogen peroxide is reported to provide strong oxidation potential to urine sample and thus can be an effective urine adulterant to mask drug abuse.