Drug Test – Minneapolis, Minnesota
Health Street provides drug and alcohol testing in Minneapolis, Minnesota at 3 conveniently located drug testing centers. Call (612) 540-1963 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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Minneapolis, MN 55402
Minneapolis, MN 55450
Minneapolis, MN 55435
Drug Testing Minneapolis, Minnesota
Get Drug Testing in Minneapolis, Minnesota Right Now
Health Street has the largest selection of drug testing and employment screening services in Minneapolis. 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
A Decade Plus of Experience
Health Street has provided drug tests since 2010. The first time we performed drug testing in Minneapolis, MN was in 2016. From then until now, we have completed 57 drug tests at our Minneapolis labs.
Committed to ExcellenceHealth Street takes great pride in our commitment to the people and businesses who need drug testing in Minneapolis.
Business, Culture, and Drugs in Minneapolis MN
Abuse Rates Have Increased Dramatically in Minneapolis
In recent times, Minneapolis has had to face many drug abuse and overdose cases which, by some estimates, are reaching epidemic proportions. The Minneapolis Police reported fifty overdose cases in the course of one week, including a fatality. This was a record breaking week in Minneapolis, yet In the two days following that devastating week, there were an additional 15 overdoses.
Because the majority of the overdoses stemmed from Fentanyl and Carfentanyl, it’s clear that the city of Minneapolis has a serious issue with synthetic opiates. However, thus far, no major regulations or legislation has passed to address the skyrocketing opiod use.
Stats on substance abuse in Minnesota
Stats relating directly to Hennepin County
Like many Midwestern cities, manufacturing is the largest industry in Minneapolis. The city of Minneapolis is very intent on maintaining a large presence in electronics, milling, medical products, machinery, and food processing.
On the other hand, the University of Minnesota and other technical schools in the region are heavily involved in research, employing many people who study manufacturing. Thirty Fortune 1000 and sixteen Fortune 500 companies are domiciled in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul. All of the manufacturing job have brought high technology companies and personnel to the area as well, who come to pursue engineering, electrical work, or related occupations.
Prince’s Drug Use and Death
Late singing legend, Prince, is an iconic Minneapolis native. Born as Prince Rogers Nelson on June 7, 1958, his love and adoration for music may have originated with his parents, musicians John Nelson and Mattie Shaw. Prince was wildly famous and popular for his unique interpretation of R&B music.
Prince died in 2016, to what was later revealed as a self administered Fentanyl overdose. Prior to his death, he had been admitted to the hospital for a “severe flu”, though he was given a Percocet shot as a “precaution”. Though it is still unknown who gave Prince the fatal Fentanyl-laced pill, the investigation was suspended on April 29, 2018.