Drug Test – Phoenix, MD
Health Street provides drug and alcohol testing in Phoenix, Maryland 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 Phoenix, MD provide 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 Phoenix, MD 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 (410) 267-4707 with any questions about our employment screening services.
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Phoenix, MD 21131
Drug Testing in Phoenix, Maryland
Types of Drug Testing in Phoenix, Maryland labs:
In Phoenix, 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
StaffGlass™ eResults portal for Employers
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Why Health Street
More than a Decade of Experience
Since 2010, Health Street has provided drug testing in Phoenix as well as thousands of other cities nationwide. The first drug test that Health Street performed in Phoenix, MD was in 2019.
Commitment to Excellence
Our goal is to provide the best possible drug testing Phoenix employers and residents.
Phoenix, MD – Drug Testing
Substance Abuse Statistics for Phoenix, MD
Local Initiatives to Curb Substance Abuse in Phoenix, MD
With a surge of opioid abuse and overdose deaths experienced across Maryland in recent years, Governor Larry Hogan signed an executive order in 2017 to establish the Maryland Opioid Operational Command Center. This center is now being used to better understand ongoing changes in the opioid crisis landscape and to implement community-based approaches to decrease substance abuse and overdose numbers across the state.
From the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to the Department of Juvenile Services, the Command Center features a team of over 10 government organizations that act upon numerous objectives. Some of these objectives include collecting and analyzing state and local data, the creation of opioid intervention teams, and the coordination of training programs for local officials to further help assist in the fight against opioid abuse.
Laws and Regulations Relating to Substance Abuse in Phoenix, MD
Following a rising number of drug overdose deaths throughout Maryland, state officials realized that current drug-related laws and offenses could be preventing individuals from seeking help in the event of an emergency overdose. To help mitigate this issue, the state signed the Good Samaritan Law in 2015.
Under this law, individuals who seek emergency help or assist others in seeking help during the event of an opioid overdose are immune to certain drug-related criminal offenses. These offenses include the possession of a controlled substance or drug paraphernalia as well as the underage possession of alcohol, but do not include felony-level drug charges.