Drug Test – Flushing, NY
Health Street provides drug and alcohol testing in Flushing, New York at our drug testing center. Whether you need drug and alcohol testing for your employees, yourself, or a family member, you can rest assured that Health Street drug testing services in Flushing, NY provides a safe and clean environment and accurate results. We’ll send a barcode authorization for the urine or hair drug test that you choose by text and email, along with a map to the clinic address.
Register for urine or hair drug tests in Flushing, NY quickly and easily online. Drug testing panels include Department of Transportation (DOT) and non-DOT urine drug tests, breath alcohol tests, EtG alcohol tests, and hair drug testing. Test results are fast, reviewed by our Medical Review Officer (an MRO), and reported safely and securely online. You can also call (347) 934-2009 with any questions about our employment screening services.
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Flushing, NY 11354
Drug Testing in Flushing, New York
Get Drug Testing in Flushing, New York Right Now
Health Street has the largest selection of drug testing and employment screening services in Flushing. 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.
Available Drug Testing Methods
Popular Drug Testing Panels
Specialized Categories of Tests
DOT Drug Testing
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™ portal. When logged in, human resources and other company executives can manage their drug testing program, including:
Why Health Street
More than a Decade of Experience
Since 2010, Health Street has provided drug testing in Flushing as well as thousands of other cities nationwide. The first drug test that Health Street performed in Flushing, NY was in 2016. From then until now, we have processed 101 drug tests in Flushing.
Commitment to Excellence
Our goal is to provide the best possible drug testing Flushing employers and residents.
Flushing, New York – Drug Testing
Substance abuse statistics for Flushing, NY
Flushing, New York: Drug abuse trends
During the COVID-19 pandemic, drug overdose deaths sharply increased in Flushing, Queens. In 2019, drug overdoses caused about 268 deaths. Just a year later, the number spiked to 391 people who lost their lives due to fatal drug overdoses.
Seventy-one percent of all drug overdose deaths in Queens in 2020 were connected to fentanyl or fentanyl derivatives. Since fentanyl is often laced with other drugs, people usually do not even know they are taking it before it’s too late.
In the second half of 2021, Queens suffered its deadliest fiscal year ever recorded for homeless people at 632 fatal overdoses. A report from 2021 states that 640 New Yorkers who overdosed also experienced homelessness at the time.
Local initiatives to curb drug abuse in Flushing, NY
New York City is a leader in the nation in responding to substance abuse and drug overdose. In late 2009, the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene dispensed naloxone kits as part of a prevention program across the city and has continued to do so every year since. In 2014, NYC established the first jail-based naloxone distribution program. The program distributed naloxone to families and visitors of inmates at high risk of overdose once released from jail. In 2015, naloxone became available without a prescription in participating pharmacies. In 2016, the Department of Homeless Services trained shelter providers on naloxone administration.
By 2022, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is projected to be available to another 20,000 people in New York. This type of treatment uses drugs that help reduce the cravings of opioids and ease adverse withdrawal effects during the recovery process.
Last updated 8/12/2022