Auburn, KS Facts, Population, Income, Demographics, Economy

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Recognitions and Certifications

Accredited Drug Testing has been recognized as one of the "Top 10 drug testing companies" for excellent customer service and we have received TPA Accreditation from the National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association. We are active in all drug testing industry associations and our staff are trained and certified as drug and alcohol testing specialists.

Important Links

National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association (https://ndasa.com/)

National Drug Free Workplace Alliance (https://www.ndwa.org/)

Substance Abuse Program Administrators Association (https://www.sapaa.com/)

Substance Abuse Mental Health Safety Administration (https://www.samhsa.gov/)

US Drug Enforcement Administration (https://www.dea.gov/)

Office of Drug alcohol Policy Control (https://www.transportation.gov/odapc)

Drug, Alcohol and DNA Testing Centers, Auburn, KS

Accredited Drug Testing, Inc. provides Drug, Alcohol and DNA Testing at testing centers in Auburn, KS 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 Auburn, KS drug testing centers are within minutes of your home or office. Same day service is available and no appointment is needed in most cases.

Drug, Alcohol, DNA Testing Methods And Services

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 Auburn, KS Drug Testing Centers.

Mobile/On-site Drug and Alcohol Testing

We come to you! In addition to our testing centers in Auburn, KS 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 Auburn, KS 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 Kansas

2955 SW WANAMAKER DR UPPER LEVEL 7.5 miles

2955 SW WANAMAKER DR UPPER LEVEL
TOPEKA, KS 66614
Categories: TOPEKA KS

4011 SW 29TH ST 8.9 miles

4011 SW 29TH ST
TOPEKA, KS 66614
Categories: TOPEKA KS

2900 SW ATWOOD AVE STE D 9.0 miles

2900 SW ATWOOD AVE STE D
TOPEKA, KS 66614
Categories: TOPEKA KS

2101 SW 36TH ST 9.0 miles

2101 SW 36TH ST
TOPEKA, KS 66611
Categories: TOPEKA KS

2121 SW CHELSEA DR 9.2 miles

2121 SW CHELSEA DR
TOPEKA, KS 66614
Categories: TOPEKA KS

2905 1/2 SW 29TH ST 9.3 miles

2905 1/2 SW 29TH ST
TOPEKA, KS 66614
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1927 SW GAGE BLVD 10.0 miles

1927 SW GAGE BLVD
TOPEKA, KS 66604
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6001 SW 6TH AVE STE 110 10.7 miles

6001 SW 6TH AVE STE 110
TOPEKA, KS 66606
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601 SW CORPORATE VW STE 200 10.8 miles

601 SW CORPORATE VW STE 200
TOPEKA, KS 66615
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1125 SW GAGE BLVD ste A 11.0 miles

1125 SW GAGE BLVD ste A
TOPEKA, KS 66604
Categories: TOPEKA KS

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

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Auburn is a city in Shawnee County, Kansas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 1,227.

In July 1854, John W. Brown came to this area and found it highly suitable for a homestead. He acquired 800 acres (3.2km2) through bartering with local Indians. He later returned home to Missouri to tell his family and friends about the area. Some returned with him. In 1856, Mr. Brown along with M. C. Dickey, Loring Farnsworth and Henry Fox pre-empted 320 acres (1.3km2) for the purpose of a town. They christened it Brownville, although it was changed in 1857 to present name "Auburn" due to the fact there was another settlement with the same name. This was before the introduction of postal codes. It was located on the California Road and work began at once on the many buildings needed in a town of Brownville's size. Two daily stage lines brought mail and people to the town and business was very good.[citation needed]

Robert Simmerwell was a missionary to the Indians in Auburn. He originally served as a missionary among the Pottawatomie Indians in Michigan Territory, while he apprenticed to a blacksmith and attended school at night. He later came to the Baptist Shawnee Mission on Pottawatomie Creek in eastern Kansas. In 1848 the government set up a new mission a few miles west of Topeka. In a three-story stone building with twelve rooms, boys and girls were given instruction in the manual arts, as well as in reading, writing, arithmetic, and religious subjects. In the fall of 1854, he and his wife had retired from active work in the Pottawatomie Mission, to homestead on 160 acres (0.6km2)southwest of the town.[citation needed]

In the 1850s, the city grew fast, and was often referred to as a "boom town". It was one of the largest in the state, and nearly became the state capital. However, Auburn was cast aside as an option, as the railroad bypassed the city. Topeka was chosen to be the capital because it had the railroad and an important ferry site along the Kansas River. The population dwindled, but continued to hover around 100 for many decades.[citation needed]

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