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Accredited Drug Testing, Inc. provides Drug, Alcohol and DNA Testing at testing centers in Altamont, OR and the surrounding areas. To schedule a test call (800) 221-4291 or online 24/7. Testing is available for employers and individuals and most Altamont, OR drug testing centers are within minutes of your home or office. Same day service is available and no appointment is needed in most cases.

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Drug and Alcohol Testing

Testing purposes can include pre-employment, random, post-accident, court ordered probation, school programs and personal reasons. DOT and non-DOT drug and alcohol testing is available. Testing centers offer 5, 7, 9, 12 and 14 panel drug screenings and all drug tests are analyzed by a SAMHSA Certified laboratory and all test results are verified by a licensed Medical Review Officer. Instant result testing is also available at most testing centers. Drug and Alcohol testing methods can include urine, hair, ETG, breath alcohol (BAC), blood and oral saliva. The detection period for drug and alcohol use is determined by the testing methods and the laboratory analysis utilized. Testing services are administered by trained and certified drug and alcohol testing technicians at all of our Altamont, OR Drug Testing Centers.

Mobile/On-site Drug and Alcohol Testing

We come to you! In addition to our testing centers in Altamont, OR and the surrounding areas, we also provide on-site drug and alcohol testing services utilizing our mobile/on-site unit for construction sites, hospitals, schools, roadside locations. When sending your employees to a drug testing center is not cost effective or a person cannot go to a testing center, our on-site mobile testing service may be a valuable option to consider. Please call us for additional information 800-221-4291.

DOT Testing and Services

Department of Transportation (DOT) drug and alcohol testing is provided at our Altamont, OR testing centers for FMCSA, FAA, FRA, FTA, PHMSA, USCG and all Federally Regulated employers who have safety sensitive employees covered by DOT 49, CFR Part 40. Additional DOT services available include: Consortium membership (random testing pool), Supervisor Training, DOT Physicals and DOT drug policy development. Accredited Drug Testing can provide all services which will ensure compliance with the DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing Regulations.

DNA Testing

DNA testing is provided for various purposes including paternity, child custody, immigration and other legal proceedings. The DNA test is 99.9% accurate and is a simple swabbing of the mouth process. All DNA tests are analyzed by certified AABB laboratories and can be utilized in any legal proceeding.

Testing Centers located throughout Oregon

4747 S 6TH ST STE 2 0.4 miles

4747 S 6TH ST STE 2
KLAMATH FALLS, OR 97603
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3737 SHASTA WAY STE A 0.6 miles

3737 SHASTA WAY STE A
KLAMATH FALLS, OR 97603
Categories: KLAMATH FALLS OR

2633 CROSBY AVE 1.0 miles

2633 CROSBY AVE
KLAMATH FALLS, OR 97603
Categories: KLAMATH FALLS OR

2300 CLAIRMONT DR 3.8 miles

2300 CLAIRMONT DR
KLAMATH FALLS, OR 97601
Categories: KLAMATH FALLS OR

N LINCOLN ST 14.5 miles

N LINCOLN ST
MERRILL, OR 97633
Categories: MERRILL OR

In addition to our Drug, Alcohol and DNA testing centers located in Altamont, OR and the surrounding areas, Accredited Drug Testing also has testing centers located in most cities throughout the State of Oregon. Call us today to find the closest testing center near you.

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Local Area Info: Altamont Free Concert

The event is best known for considerable violence, including the stabbing death of Meredith Hunter and three accidental deaths: two caused by a hit-and-run car accident, and one by LSD-induced drowning in an irrigation canal. Scores were injured, numerous cars were stolen and then abandoned, and there was extensive property damage.

The concert featured (in order of appearance): Santana, Jefferson Airplane, The Flying Burrito Brothers and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, with the Rolling Stones taking the stage as the final act. The Grateful Dead were also scheduled to perform following CSNY, but declined to play shortly before their scheduled appearance due to the increasing violence at the venue. "That's the way things went at Altamontso badly that the Grateful Dead, prime organizers and movers of the festival, didn't even get to play," staff at Rolling Stone magazine wrote in a detailed narrative on the event, terming it in an additional follow-up piece "rock and roll's all-time worst day, December 6th, a day when everything went perfectly wrong."

According to Jefferson Airplane's Spencer Dryden, the idea for "a kind of Woodstock West" began when he and bandmate Jorma Kaukonen discussed the staging of a free concert with the Grateful Dead and Rolling Stones in Golden Gate Park. Referring to the Stones, Dryden said, "Next to the Beatles they were the biggest rock and roll band in the world, and we wanted them to experience what we were experiencing in San Francisco." As plans were being finalized, Jefferson Airplane were on the road, and by early December they were in Florida, believing the concert plans for Golden Gate Park were proceeding. But by December 4, the plans had broken down, in Paul Kantner's account, because the city and police departments were unhelpful; innate conflict between the hippies of Haight-Ashbury and the police was manifested in obstructiveness. Sears Point Raceway was suggested, but its owners wanted $100,000 in escrow from the Rolling Stones. At the last moment, Dick Carter offered his Altamont Speedway in Alameda County for the festival. Jefferson Airplane flew out of Miami on December 5. Kantner said the location was taken in a spirit of desperation: "There was no way to control it, no supervision or order." According to Grace Slick, "The vibes were bad. Something was very peculiar, not particularly bad, just real peculiar. It was that kind of hazy, abrasive and unsure day. I had expected the loving vibes of Woodstock but that wasn't coming at me. This was a whole different thing."