Drug Test – Springfield, IL
Health Street’s 3 drug testing centers in Springfield, Illinois offer easy-to-access and comprehensive drug and alcohol testing services. Pre-register by calling (217) 462-9377 or setting up your drug testing online. Options include urine or hair drug testing, DOT or non-DOT drug tests, and alcohol testing.
You can register for drug testing in Springfield, IL for your employees, yourself, or another person. Just select a urine test or hair drug test; then, pick the most convenient Health Street location in Springfield. Upon registration, a barcode will be sent to whomever you register, which can be presented at the testing facility. Test results are reported back to you quickly and securely online.
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Springfield, IL 62704
Springfield, IL 62704
Springfield, IL 62704
Drug Testing in Springfield, Illinois
Get Drug Testing in Springfield, Illinois Right Now
Health Street has the largest selection of drug testing and employment screening services in Springfield. 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 Springfield, IL was in 2014. From then until now, we have completed 147 drug tests at our Springfield labs.
Dedicated to Excellence
We are dedicated to providing a level of excellence in drug testing in Springfield that is unmatched.
Springfield, Illinois – Drug Testing
Substance Abuse Trends and Statistics for the City of Springfield
According to the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), opioid-related overdose deaths in the state of Illinois increased by 32.7% from 2019 to 2020. In 2020, there were an average of 8 overdose deaths per day, which is more than double the number of both motor vehicle fatalities and homicides.
In Sangamon County, there were 38 accidental overdoses in 2019, 53 in 2020, and a record-breaking 60 in 2021. Sangamon County Coroner Jim Allmon says this is primarily due to drug dealers cutting fentanyl into common street drugs including cocaine, Xanax, and methamphetamine. This trend has led to overdoses among recreational drug users who do not know they are consuming this highly potent and dangerous drug.
Community Efforts to Address Drug Problems in Springfield
The Sangamon County Recovery Orientated Systems of Care (ROSC) is a community program that fosters collaboration to connect individuals with the recovery support they need. The mission of this organization is to build and empower communities of recovery, helping addicts to sustain their recovery and reduce the risk of using again. According to ROSC, 75% of individuals in Illinois do not receive the help they need. Despite this statistic, the economic toll of addiction on the state is significant, with an estimated cost of $3.5 billion.
Notable Events Related to Drug Use in Springfield
When 36-year-old nurse died in a Springfield hotel room of a drug overdose, her boyfriend, admitted to taking drugs with her. He’s also accused of taking her vehicle, withdrawing more than $500 from her bank account, and leaving her body in the hotel for at least two days.
He has now been charged with several crimes, including concealment of a death, and could face more than 14 years in prison. However, her mother is not happy with the charges. She believes he should be charged with drug-induced homicide, a class X felony that could carry a sentence of up to 30 years in prison. Unfortunately, State’s Attorney Robert Berlin says that it’s “very difficult” to prove this crime, making it challenging to hold drug dealers accountable.
Last updated 10/17/2022