Drug Testing in Enterprise, Alabama
Health Street’s drug testing center in Enterprise, Alabama offers easy-to-access and comprehensive drug and alcohol testing services. Pre-register by calling (334) 591-1047 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 Enterprise, AL 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 Enterprise. 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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Enterprise, AL 36330
Drug Testing in Enterprise, Alabama
Types of Drug Testing in Enterprise, Alabama labs:
In Enterprise, Health Street offers the widest variety and selection of drug tests anywhere, which allows employers, courts, attorneys, and private individuals to choose from a wide variety of non-DOT or DOT drug and alcohol tests which can detect virtually any substance.
Available Testing Methods
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Why Health Street
A Decade Plus of Experience
Health Street has provided drug tests since 2010. The first time we performed drug testing in Enterprise, AL was in 2017.
Dedicated to Excellence
We are dedicated to providing a level of excellence in drug testing in Enterprise that is unmatched.
The Local Economy, Jobs, and Major Industries in Enterprise
With the tagline ‘The City of Progress,’ Enterprise, Alabama is a dynamic growing city in southern Alabama, just over 30 minutes from the state’s border with Florida. With a population of 36,950 as of 2012, the city is indelibly connected to local industries, which include agriculture and agribusiness, aviation, retail and service, and the military. Many military personnel and contractors work out of nearby Fort Rucker, a major training ground for helicopter pilots that employs more than 25,000 individuals.
While military personnel are a common sight in Enterprise, most locals work in agribusiness or factories closer to home, for companies such as the Sessions Company, which was established in the region in 1917, Dura-Cast, Aureus International, and Alfab.
Coffee County Police Efforts to Address Drug Problems in Enterprise
Since Enterprise is so small and close-knit, it’s no surprise to learn that crime rates are less than half of the national average, with just 2335.20 incidents of property crime and violent crime per 100,000 population.
In Coffee County, where Enterprise is located, police recently founded a drug task force, with a select group of investigators and narcotics specialists assigned to the team. These investigators work closely with police from the neighboring towns of Elba and Troy, as well as officers from Pike County, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF), and the Alabama State Narcotics Division.
The task force’s mission is “To investigate, arrest, dismantle and successfully prosecute all narcotics trafficking organizations involved in the manufacturing, transportation, distribution, selling and use of all illegal drugs in or being transported through Coffee County.”
Notable Recent Events Related to Drug Use in Enterprise
A recent successful investigation conducted by the Coffee County drug task force ended with the arrest of a local couple that had been growing marijuana in their home and in purpose-built tents just outside. This removed more than 74 grams of drugs that were destined to be sold on the street. The couple was arrested and charged with second-degree manufacturing a controlled substance and possession of dangerous drugs.
Investigators aren’t just worried about recreational drugs like marijuana. Prescriptions drugs like Xanax, Oxycontin, and other painkillers are commonly sold to people who have become dependent on them, furthering the cycle of abuse.