Drug Testing in Boca Raton, FL
Health Street's drug testing centers in Boca Raton, Florida offer easy-to-access and comprehensive drug and alcohol testing services. Pre-register by calling (561) 264-1820 or setting up your drug testing online. Options include urine or hair drug testing, DOT or non-DOT drug tests, and alcohol testing.
You can register for drug testing in Boca Raton, FL for your employees, yourself, or another person. Just select a urine test or hair drug test; then, pick the most convenient Health Street location - we have 6 clinics in Boca Raton. All drug testing in Boca Raton is done in clean, comfortable spaces with experienced professionals on hand. Upon registration, a barcode will be sent to whomever you register, which can be presented at the testing facility. Test results are reported back to you quickly and securely online. Boca Raton drug testing seamlessly combines convenience, accuracy and affordability.
Workforce Screening, Digitally Delivered
Types of Drug Tests at our Boca Raton FL laboratories:
At our drug testing locations in Boca Raton, Florida, Health Street offers the most types of drug testing services to meet anyone's needs. Employers, courts, attorneys, and private individuals can choose from a wide variety of non-DOT or DOT drug and alcohol tests via rapid drug test or lab testing with the ability to detect virtually any substance.
Available Testing Methods
DOT Drug Testing services:
eResults portal for Employers: StaffGlass™
Business users can access the amazing StaffGlass™ portal backed up by telephonic customer service. Once logged in, business users have access to:
Health Street has provided drug testing in Boca Raton, Florida since September of 2014. From then until now, our Boca Raton facilities have completed 153 drug tests for local and nationwide employers.
Dedicated to Excellence
Health Street aims to make Boca Raton drug testing affordable, confidential, safe, easy and accurate. Health Street makes alcohol testing in Boca easy by allowing you to add it to any drug test. Getting a better picture of the person you hire by sending them to one of Health Street's 6 Boca Raton drug screening sites can give you peace of mind that you have helped create a safe and functioning workspace. Our testing centers revolve around fairness, accuracy and fast results. Look after the well-being of everyone in your company by making a drug-free workplace with Health Street.
The drug testing process is easy through Health Street. From offering a comprehensive menu of drug tests to being in several locations within the area to giving our clients the option of using our app to purchase tests, Health Street testing centers streamline the process of employee drug testing, DOT and other testing purposes while ensuring accurate drug screening results.
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Bachelorette contestant Tyler Gwozdz Dies of Apparent Drug Overdose in Boca Raton Home
Former 'Bachelorette' contestant Tyler Gwozdz was found dead in his Boca Raton home at the start of 2020 due to an apparent drug overdose. Gwozdz was taken to the hospital on January 13 when a friend called for help, saying Gwozdz had locked himself in the bathroom and stopped responding after taking heroin. Afraid he might have overdosed, the friend eventually broke in the bathroom to find Gwozdz unresponsive. He died at the hospital two days later.
An autopsy of Gwozdz's body has been requested, but investigators have yet to confirm a cause of death. In a heartfelt goodbye to his 'Bachelorette' castmate, Luke Stone said "I lost one of my closest friends today - Tyler I'll miss you every day, miss our hours long conversations about nonsense over the phone, miss how damn funny you were, I had so much happiness and joy for what the future held for us as friends. I love you man, so much."
Teen's Overdose in Boca Raton Leads to Investigation into New Drug 25I-NBOMe
Fifteen-year-old Zachary Taylor Denaro was found unconscious on the beach in Boca Raton in 2013, only to die in the hospital two days later. While Denaro was in the hospital, an anonymous teen called Denaro's mother and told her he'd taken a new drug called '25I' with effects which should wear off within 12 hours. Doctors soon discovered he'd taken 25I-NBOMe, also referred to as '25I' or 'NBOMe.'
NBOMe is a synthetic drug that is supposed to have hallucinogenic and euphoric effects similar to LSD. As a result of this case, Palm Beach County police and drug control authorities have begun looking into what exactly the drug is and how it is being distributed. No official updates on Denaro's case or local officials' response to 25I can be found since 2014, however.