Drug & Alcohol Screening and Testing

Keeping drugs out of the work place can be a challenge. Substance abuse costs employers millions of dollars each year in the form of sick days, employee turnover, hiring and training costs, job-related injuries, and increased workers’ compensation costs.

Drug and/or alcohol testing can be performed in conjunction with physical examinations or as a stand-alone tool to ensure a safe working environment as well as assist your business in meeting DOT (Department of Transportation) requirements.

Drug screen collections and alcohol testing can be performed at the Business Health Clinics during business hours. Our after-hours partner can perform drug and alcohol tests at your location, any St. Elizabeth Urgent Care, or St. Elizabeth Emergency Department. We can work with you to coordinate drug and/or alcohol programs at your worksite. Our staff is trained to follow collection procedures as mandated by the Department of Transportation (DOT).

Our Employee Assistance Program provides supervisor training mandated by the Department of Transportation (DOT) in identifying drug use in the work place.

Drug & Alcohol Testing Services

  • Urine Testing (DOT and Non-DOT)
  • Hair Testing
  • Quick Cup Urine Screen
  • Certified MRO’s
  • Dedicated Certified MRO Assistant responsible for program oversight
  • DOT trained staff
  • Partner with SAMSHA certified lab for specimen testing
  • Partner with OMEGA Lab for Hair Testing
  • Collection facility for your lab
  • Random program coordination and management

Location and Hours

St. Elizabeth Employee Assistance Program
4123 Olympic Blvd.
Suite 151
Erlanger, KY 41018


Phone Number
Phone: (859) 301-2570
Toll Free: 1 (800) 436-9300
Fax: (859) 655-6030

Benefits of utilizing St. Elizabeth Business Health as your program administrator:

  • Computerized System – Systoc

  • Nationally recognized Occupational Health software program, utilized to administer the program.

  • Comprehensive delivery system

  • Dedicated Drug Screen Coordinator
  • Trained collectors
  • Timely results
  • Full support of our own Employee Assistance Program
  • On-site collection services are available
  • Experience

  • Process approximately over 20,000 drug screens per year
  • Provide Random Program services for approximately 75 companies
  • Experienced certified MRO’s
  • Program oversight by our Drug Screen Coordinator who is a Certified MRO Assistant

Drug Screening Procedures

Once the employer is notified of a positive drug screen the process will go as follows:

  • 1
    Company will complete an EAP Supervisory Referral form and fax it to the Employee Assistance Program. Information included should be job performance issues, drug screen results, etc.
  • 2
    EAP will assess the client through both a SASSI and a face-to-face psychosocial interview.
  • 3
    EAP will determine a level of treatment necessary for the employee.
  • 4
    EAP will provide written correspondence with employer POC with EAP recommendations and a Return-to-Work agreement and Treatment agreement.
  • 5
    EAP will connect the employee with the appropriate level of treatment and have releases signed for that provider allowing the EAP to monitor the employee’s compliance with treatment recommendations.
  • 6
    EAP will determine the date for a return-to-work drug screen. The drug screen will be conducted by St. Elizabeth Business Health for a 5 or 10 panel-Non-DOT or DOT follow-up drug screen. Once the employee is connected with treatment and a clean drug screen is received, EAP will determine an eligible return-to-work date.
  • 7
    EAP will provide written correspondence to the employer POC, as to the eligible return-to-work date.
  • 8
    EAP will monitor the employee’s compliance with treatment and report any non-compliance to employer POC immediately.
  • 9
    Once the employee has successfully completed all recommendations, the EAP will provide written correspondence to employer POC, of their completion.

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Contact Us

For more information or to schedule an appointment with the St. Elizabeth Employee Assistance Program, please call (859) 301-2570.

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