Drug Test – Cedar Rapids, IA
Health Street’s drug testing center in Cedar Rapids, Iowa offers easy-to-access and comprehensive drug and alcohol testing services. Pre-register by calling (319) 284-6750 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 Cedar Rapids, IA for your employees, yourself, or another person. Just select a urine test or hair drug test; then, pick the most convenient Health Street location in Cedar Rapids. 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.
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Drug Testing in Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Get a Drug Test in Cedar Rapids, Iowa Right Now
Health Street has the largest selection of drug testing and employment screening services in Cedar Rapids. Employers can access our services to set up a drug free workplace, families can get court ordered drug testing, and attorneys and private individuals can register for non-DOT drug tests, Department of Transportation (DOT) drug tests, and more.
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DOT Drug Testing in Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Learn about our DOT drug and alcohol testing services, and how your company can maintain Department of Transportation (DOT) Compliance with 46 CFR Part 40, including:
Employee Drug Testing: eResults Portal for Employers
Business users get access to the amazing StaffGlass™ eResults portal. When logged in, human resources and other company executives can manage their drug testing program, including:
Live support from our U.S. based Call Center is available: Monday through Friday: 6:30 AM to 6:00 PM Central Time.
Why Health Street
A Decade Plus of Experience
Health Street has provided drug tests since 2010. The first time we performed drug testing in Cedar Rapids, IA was in 2015. From then until now, we have completed 105 drug tests at our Cedar Rapids labs.
Dedicated to Excellence
We are dedicated to providing a level of excellence in drug testing in Cedar Rapids that is unmatched.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa – Drug Testing
Notable Events Related to Drug Use in Cedar Rapids
The Cedar Rapids area is a bit safer now that the leader of a local drug ring has been sentenced to 30 years in federal prison. In 2022, 62-year-old George Patrick Ashby was charged with running a drug ring and distributing methamphetamine and heroin in Cedar Rapids between 2018 and 2020. Evidence shows the drugs came from the Burlington, Iowa area. Ashby was also in possession of firearms and had distributed firearms to other members of his organization. Two other men who were working with him were also convicted of conspiracy.
Community Efforts to Address Drug Problems in Cedar Rapids
According to Recovery Iowa Cedar Rapids 360, a community-specific report on local drug recovery efforts, Cedar Rapids scored 44.9 on the Recovery Ready Community Index (RRCI), putting it in the top 30 communities in the state. The local area has 107 peer support meetings each week, which is more than what would be expected for a city of this size.
Resources and support may increase even further, thanks to the U.S. government giving the Iowa Department of Health and Human Services $9 million to fight the opioid crisis. Rod Courtney of the Cedar Rapids-based not-for-profit organization CRUSH, says that the announcement from the White House is “encouraging,” and he looks forward to a planned $104 million investment in expanding substance abuse prevention services in rural communities.
Recent Local Laws Passed Regarding Marijuana Diversion in Linn County
In January 2021, Linn County launched a Marijuana Diversion Program designed to give first-time marijuana offenders a second chance. To successfully complete the program, defendants must be evaluated by a credible substance abuse provider, complete recommended treatment, and complete 10 hours of community service. They must also appear at all court dates and not be arrested and convicted for any new law violations.
If the program is successfully completed, the state will dismiss the marijuana-related charges. If the program is started and not completed, the defendant will go back into the regular docket. According to a 2021 report, in the first year, 114 first-time offenders entered the program and 28 of them (36%) completed it successfully.
Last updated 9/29/2022