Drug Test - Indianapolis, IN
Health Street provides drug and alcohol testing in Indianapolis, Indiana at 27 conveniently located drug testing centers. Call (317) 342-1691 or register online. Drug testing options include DOT and non-DOT urine drug tests, breath alcohol tests, EtG alcohol tests, and hair drug testing.
Whether you're drug testing your employees, yourself, or a family member, just choose your test and pick a laboratory testing location. Rest assured, a registration barcode will be sent to you immediately (or to the person you specify). A map and GPS directions will be linked to the barcode. Test results are fast, accurate, and reported securely in our online portal.
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Types of Drug Testing in Indianapolis, Indiana
Health Street offers drug testing services such as: 5 panel drug test up to 22 panels, Department of Transportation DOT drug test, rapid results or laboratory testing, with or without alcohol EtG test included, the option to exclude THC, and more. Get these tests done at any of our Indianapolis drug testing locations.
Our selection of chain of custody urine drug testing services and drug screenings allow you to test for nearly any drug consumed in the recent past. They are recommended for employee drug testing or court orders. The number of panels in a panel drug test refers to classes of drugs (i.e., marijuana, cocaine, etc.).
This is the traditional, basic urine drug test for street drugs, including:
This is urine testing that includes all of the above plus the following prescription drugs:
This is a great option for employment drug testing in Indianapolis IN - it includes well known street drugs and prescription drugs, including all 9 of the ones listed above, plus methaqualone.
***Health Street Recommends 12 Panel***expanded opiates and Ecstasy. This test is a 10 panel plus:
As the opioid epidemic continues to rise and impact Indianapolis, it is important to be aware that many of the dangerous, synthetic opiates are not picked up by lower panel tests. Our 16 panel picks up these 4 additional opiate classes in addition to the drugs included above:
There are many more urine drug screening options offered at our Indianapolis IN facilities, which go all the way up to a 22 panel drug test, including specialized tests for synthetic marijuana, bath salts, nicotine, ketamine, rohypnol, and more. For results of chain of custody testing with MRO review, we are widely considered to be the fastest lab in Indianapolis. Drug testing in Indianapolis IN is easy with Health Street.
Alcohol Testing in Indianapolis, Indiana
Alcohol testing is done through urine, hair, breath, or blood. Basic urine alcohol tests (12 hour look-back) or EtG urine alcohol testing (3 day look-back) can be added to any of our drug testing panels, or they can be done on a standalone basis. Choose the type of alcohol drug testing that looks back at the specific period of time that matters to you:
DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing Services - Indianapolis IN
Health Street's Indianapolis facilities offer DOT drug and breath alcohol tests that comply with 46 CFR Part 40. Urine specimens are processed at SAMHSA certified laboratories. Members of our Random Pool get discounts on DOT drug testing.
Health Street administers DOT Random Pools for companies of all sizes based in and around Indianapolis, across Indiana. Our local presence combined with our national clinic network and easy online pool management makes DOT compliance a breeze.
Many Indianapolis businesses and residents are involved, directly or indirectly, with maritime, and therefore, they are regulated by the United States Coast Guard and must comply with the strict USCG regulations. Our Indianapolis clinics offer a specially designated USCG Merchant Marines Drug Test Package, which includes everything you need to meet the USCG DOT drug test requirements.
Hair Follicle Drug Testing Indianapolis IN
Hair drug tests can detect drug or alcohol use for a far greater period of time - 90 days - than a standard urine drug test. Hair drug testing is performed at our Indianapolis drug testing places. We cut a small amount of either head hair or body hair. The hair is analyzed by our testing laboratory. We offer several panel drug tests.
Hair Drug Test Options
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Employers get free access to premium customer service by phone and our award winning online StaffGlass™ portal. Once securely logged into StaffGlass™, business users can set up their drug testing program, including:
Health Street has provided drug testing in Indianapolis, Indiana since December of 2012. From then until now, our Indianapolis facilities have completed 478 drug tests for local and nationwide employers.
Committed to ExcellenceHealth Street is dedicated to providing top notch customer service for companies as well as Indianapolis families.
Indianapolis: The Opioid Crisis
Indianapolis has a population of around 850,000 and is the 14th largest city in the United States. Even with Indianapolis' friendly and welcoming culture, the city and Marion County have struggled with drug use. Since 2013, the state of Indiana has ranked in the top half of US states for drug overdoses and deaths according to the Indiana State Department of Health. In 2017, Indiana ranked #14 out of 50 states in drug overdose death rates per 100,000.
The opioid prescription rate is considerably higher in Indiana than the national average: 109.1 per 100 persons. In 2015, there were reports between 500 and 600 deaths related to opioids in Indiana, but in 2016 this number skyrocketed up to 794 deaths. This increase could be related to the prevalence of synthetic opioids, which are exponentially stronger than heroin, and the effects on the users are more unpredictable. Deaths related to synthetics shot up from 43 in 2012 to 304 in 2016.
The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) maintains statistics on Indiana opioid prescriptions, drug overdoses, and drug-related deaths. According to the ISDH, 335 people lost their lives to drug overdoses in Indianapolis in 2018, 8.2% fewer than 2017. Drug overdose deaths in Marion County continued to decline in the first two quarters of 2019. A total of 313 of the 350 drug overdose deaths in Marion County in 2017 involved opioids, including prescription drugs, heroin, fentanyl, or other synthetic opioids.
Advanced Manufacturing in Indiana
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Indianapolis had an unemployment rate of 2.7% in December 2019, less than the U.S. average unemployment rate of 3.4%. The BLS reports that top employment categories in Indianapolis include trade, transportation and utilities, followed by professional and business services, and education and health services. The average hourly wage for all jobs in Indianapolis was $23.74 according to the BLS, slightly lower than the U.S. average of $24.98.
Advanced manufacturing has largely taken over the job market in Indianapolis. Though named a low-technology business sector, the manufacturing industries begun the integration of robotics and other smart manufacturing technologies into their systems. Companies like Rolls Royce are leaders in this new industry, which currently employ over 43,000 people. Indianapolis' largest industry is still warehousing, which employs over 60,000 people. Some major employers in the industry are FedEx and Amazon.
Recent Policy Proposals Regarding Drugs in Indianapolis
According to WTHR Channel 13, Acting Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears announced in September 2019 that the county Prosecutor's Office would no longer prosecute simple marijuana possession cases. Indiana state law specifies that possession of less than 30 grams of marijuana could be prosecuted as a Level B Misdemeanor, with a penalty of up to 180 days in jail and a $1,000 fine.
Indiana State Attorney General Curtis Hill responded regarding Marion County's decision not to prosecute simple marijuana possession, "I am concerned that this proclamation in Marion County will attract to Indianapolis people with a particular interest in communities where drug enforcement is lax."
The Racing Capital of America
Known as the racing capital worldwide, it is home to the Indianapolis 500, the largest attending sporting event in all the United States. Due to their ties to professional sports, such as their NBA basketball team, and their NCAA teams, it has lead to many jobs around sports that had lead to a unique culture. Indianapolis' housing market is on the affordable side; the average home is about 50,000 dollars less expensive than the national average.