Drug Testing in Kalamazoo, Michigan
In Kalamazoo, Michigan, Health Street provides drug tests for employers and individuals at our drug testing center. You can register for drug tests on our website. Testing options include a wide range of drug panels such as Department of Transportation (DOT) and non-DOT urine drug tests, breath alcohol tests, EtG alcohol tests, and hair drug testing. Once you pick your test, simply choose the best clinic location that meets your needs, and register online.
Whether you need drug and alcohol testing for your employees, yourself, or a family member, you can rest assured that Health Street testing services in Kalamazoo, Michigan provide accurate results. We’ll send a barcode authorization by text and email, along with a map to the clinic address. Drug testing centers are clean, comfortable and operated by experienced professionals. Test results are fast, reviewed by our Medical Review Officer (an MRO), and reported safely and securely online. You can also call (269) 215-4982 with any questions about our drug tests.
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Drug Testing Kalamazoo Michigan
Types of Drug Testing in Kalamazoo, Michigan labs:
In Kalamazoo, 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 Kalamazoo, MI was in 2013. From then until now, we have completed 71 drug tests at our Kalamazoo labs.
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Kalamazoo, Michigan – Drug Testing
Substance Abuse Trends and Statistics for the City of Kalamazoo
Illicit drugs are not a new problem for the city of Kalamazoo. Following a major drug bust in 2019, detectives referred to the city as the “epicenter” of methamphetamine distribution in the state of Michigan. At the time, the County Sheriff said there were an average of 100 people in the jail for meth-related crimes, and the County Prosecutor said the overall number of meth-related cases had doubled in the previous three years.
Today, Kalamazoo has another problem. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) specialists in Kalamazoo County say that fake pills and fentanyl are now a major issue in the area, with one agent calling the impact “unprecedented.” They say the city is a drug hub that has required major raids and busts. Last year, the DEA seized 350 million doses of fentanyl nationally, and the Detroit unit seized 19 million doses. This is significant since the entire population of Michigan is roughly 10 million. Agent Brian McNeal also says that 60% of fake pills contain a potentially deadly dose of fentanyl.
Government Efforts to Address Drug Problems in Kalamazoo
In an effort to address Kalamazoo’s increasing drug and violence problems, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) has launched “Operation Engage Kalamazoo,” a federally funded, community-level initiative. The purpose of the program is to reduce the number of fatal and non-fatal drug overdoses in the area through awareness and education. It includes enforcement efforts to address current drug threats, support for local prevention efforts, and initiatives to bridge the gap between local public safety and public health efforts. The DEA says the top drug threats in Michigan are opioids, prescription stimulants, and methamphetamines.
Notable Events Related to Drug Use in Kalamazoo
In December 2022, a 39-year-old Kalamazoo resident was sentenced to nine years in prison for possession and intent to distribute 1.5 kilos of fentanyl. Prior to her arrest in March 2022, The Kalamazoo Valley Enforcement Team had been investigating the woman for her involvement in distributing large quantities of fentanyl throughout the area.
When asked about the arrest, U.S. Attorney Mark Totten said, “Make no mistake about it, my office is committed to prosecuting the traffickers who are distributing fentanyl and other illegal drugs and the dealers who sell it.”
Last updated 2/28/2023