For drug and alcohol testing in Illinois, call National Drug Screening at 866-843-4545.

National Drug Screening has drug and alcohol testing centers available across Illinois in all local areas. Immediate testing is available with one phone call. National Drug Screening provides services to individuals and to employers, for all types of drug testing. In local areas and in larger cities drug testing always available – Chicago – Aurora – Rockford – Joliet – Naperville – Springfield – Peoria.

Call for pre-employment drug testing, DOT drug testing, court-ordered drug testing, probation drug testing, and all other personal drug testings. Our services are accredited and provide legally defensible drug test results reviewed by a medical review officer (MRO). National Drug Screening offers the most competitive prices in the United States. You will not find better service or better pricing for your drug testing.

Employers can save money by setting up a drug-free workplace program in Illinois. Workers’ compensation denial law requires compliance with dot drug and alcohol testing regulations. The workers’ comp presumptive denial law allows employers and insurance companies to deny claims when the employee tests positive after an accident. This means if you test positive for drugs or alcohol you are denied your workers compensation benefits.  It must be demonstrated that intoxication is indeed the “proximate cause” of the worker’s injuries or that the employee was “so intoxicated at the time of the injury that the intoxication was a departure from employment.”

A separate law exists that mandates and regulates drug testing by public works employers. Illinois law the drug-free workplace act requires employers with 25 or more employees who are awarded a state contract or grant for more than $5,000 to have a drug-free workplace program in place. The program must meet specific requirements provided by the state.

The goal of a drug-free workplace and substance abuse policy is to create and maintain a work environment free from the adverse effects of using drugs. A drug-free workplace has five components – policy, employee education, supervisor training, access to employee assistance programs (EAP), and drug testing.

Although Illinois has medical marijuana, an employer may establish and enforce a drug testing policy. Employers may not discriminate due to a patient’s status but the law specifically allows employers to drug test and discipline for violations. the written policy is important to protect the employer from liability.  An attorney should be consulted when finalizing a drug-free workplace policy.

For employers, there are no state statutes, regulations, or known court decisions that would limit your choices for implementing a drug or alcohol testing program or any aspect of it. Testing is your choice, but there may be federal rules to consider. DOT regulated companies must have a drug-testing program.

Drug testing in Illinois should be conducted carefully:

  1. all collection and testing will be conducted in accordance with national labor relations/collective bargaining agreements if applicable or rules established by the federal department of transportation and the regulations issued by the Illinois workers compensation commission.
  2. every collection of a sample will be a split sample collection.
  3. an appropriate document (chain-of-custody) will accompany every sample collected.
  4. the sample will be labeled in a manner to preclude erroneous identification. 5. every employee will have an opportunity to provide information the employee believes relevant to the test process including currently or recently used prescription or nonprescription medicines.
  5. sample collection, storage, and transportation will be performed in a manner to preclude contamination or adulteration.
  6. all chemical analysis will be performed in accordance with national scientifically accepted analytical methods and procedures.

Drug testing for spice, k2, and bath salts are expensive but available. EtG testing for alcohol is popular for court-ordered testing. Hair testing is offered for a 5-panel test up to a 12-panel test.

When you need fast and professional drug and alcohol testing in Illinois, call National Drug Screening at 866-843-4545. Drug testing for individuals and employers.

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Testing locations in Illinois

Location Address
A-Z Screening LLC 10735 S. Western Ave Ste 6, Chicago, Illinois 60411
A-Z Screening LLC 10735 S Western Ave Ste 6, Chicago, Illinois 60643
Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital 200 Stahlhut Dr, Lincoln, Illinois 62656
Active Health Chiropractic Clinic 345 A West Ogpen ave, Westmont, Illinois 60559
Advanced Physicians-Aurora-Advanced Ph 3052 Weber Dr, Aurora, Illinois 60502
Advanced Physicians-Crest Hill-Advance 16101 Weber Rd, Crest Hill, Illinois 60403
Advanced Physicians-Homer Glen-Advance 14330 S Will Cook Rd, Homer Glen, Illinois 60491
Advanced Physicians-South-Advanced Phy 3360 Lacrosse Ln, Naperville, Illinois 60564
Advanced Physicians-Willowbrook-Advanc 6300 Kingery Hwy, Willowbrook, Illinois 60527
Adventist Business Health Hinsdale 911 N Elm St, Hinsdale, Illinois 60521
ADVOCATE OCCU HEALTH 3024 East Empire, Bloomington, Illinois 61704
Advocate Occupational Health Center-Ha 17850 Kedzie Ave Ste 1100, Hazel Crest, Illinois 60429
Advocate Occupational Health-Northlake 400 N Wolf Rd Ste 102, Northlake, Illinois 60164
Advocate Sherman Outpatient Center 2320 Royal Blvd, Elgin, Illinois 60123
Advocate-Downers Grove Center 3551 Highland Ave Ste 200, Downers Grove, Illinois 60515
Advocate-Elk Grove Center 1502 Elmhurst Rd, Elk Grove Village, Illinois 60007
Advocate-Niles Center 7255 N Caldwell Ave, Niles, Illinois 60714
Advocate-Ravenswood Healthcare Chicago 4025 N Western Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60618
AHC Gurnee 7505 Grand Ave, Gurnee, Illinois 60031
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