Background Checks for Volunteers is proud to partner with Quest and LabCorp to provide its clients with access to a wide range of testing locations across the United States. Our services can support any drug screening need – urine, blood, hair follicle and breath-alcohol tests. Our system offers a fully integrated solution to compliment your background check program.

Drug testing requirements

Employees and volunteers who are under the influence of drugs and alcohol put your organization at risk, endangering the lives of other employees and volunteers, as well as your customers.

Written notice concerning testing should be given to the applicant or volunteer before he or she is tested.

Your organization should have a written substance abuse screening policy stating that the volunteer/applicant should be drug free.

What is the screening process

Order your drug test

Order at your selected location through the True Hire customer portal.

Candidates schedule the test

Email them the link. When they schedule, they will receive an electronic donor pass.

The test takes place

Candidates take the pass & photo ID with them to the testing center to complete the test.

Receive the results

Results are typically posted within a few hours, but may take up to two days depending on positive or negative results and MRO review.

Positive results

Any screenings with positive results will be reviewed by a MRO (medical review officer) and an expert in the substance abuse field. The result of the test is delivered in approximately 2-3 days from the time the prospective caregiver goes for drug testing. You should receive a notification via email once your results are in. Urinalysis drug testing includes collection, initial screen, confirmation GC/MS screen if needed, and analysis by a MRO.

Substance Abuse in the US

In 2015, there were 27.1 million users of illicit drugs, which corresponds to roughly 1 out of every 12 Americans = 8.5%

Marijuana is the most commonly used illegal substance with 17.4 million users, accounting for 64.2% of illicit drug use = 5.5%

There were 176.5 million users of alcohol in the US in 2014 = 55.3%

17.8 million Americans age 12 or older have been diagnosed with Alcohol Use Disorder – about 1 in every 18 people – accounting for 10% of alcohol use = 5.6%