Drug, Alcohol and DNA Testing Centers, Stockton, MD
Accredited Drug Testing, Inc. provides Drug, Alcohol and DNA Testing at testing centers in Stockton, MD 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 Stockton, MD 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
- Urine Testing
- Alcohol Testing
- Hair Testing
- DOT Testing
- DOT Consortium
- Mobile/On-Site Testing
- DNA Testing
- Background Checks
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 Stockton, MD Drug Testing Centers.
Mobile/On-site Drug and Alcohol Testing
We come to you! In addition to our testing centers in Stockton, MD 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 Stockton, MD 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 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 Maryland
14237 Jarrettsville Pike Choice One UC Phoenix 2.2 miles
Phoenix, MD 21131
10 WARREN RD, STE 260 5.4 miles
COCKEYSVILLE, MD 21030
1830 YORK RD STE F 7.4 miles
TIMONIUM, MD 21093
1407 YORK RD STE 311 8.2 miles
LUTHERVILLE, MD 21093
1205 York Rd Ste 15a, 8.3 miles
Lutherville, MD 21093
8600 LASALLE RD YORK BUILDING, STE 515 8.4 miles
TOWSON, MD 21286
1220A E JOPPA RD STE 109 9.2 miles
TOWSON, MD 21286
7801 YORK RD STE 360 10.0 miles
TOWSON, MD 21204
620 W MacPhail Rd Ste 103, 12.0 miles
Bel Air, MD 21014
1838 GREENE TREE RD STE 115 13.1 miles
PIKESVILLE, MD 21208
In addition to our Drug, Alcohol and DNA testing centers located in Stockton, MD and the surrounding areas, Accredited Drug Testing also has testing centers located in most cities throughout the State of Maryland. Call us today to find the closest testing center near you.
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Stockton is a census-designated place (CDP) in Worcester County, Maryland, United States. The population was 143 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Salisbury, Maryland-Delaware Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Stockton, originally called Sandy Hill, grew up at the crossing of the post road from Snow Hill south to Virginia (whose track is generally followed by modern Maryland Route 12) with the road from Mattapony Landing on the Pocomoke River to the Chincoteague Bay (the eastern part of which is now Maryland Route 366), where small ocean-going vessels could drop anchor. The landing on Chincoteague Bay came to be known as George Island Landing. Settlement in the area began in the 1660s, when the area was still part of Somerset County. Worcester County was separated from Somerset in 1742, and by 1774 Sandy Hill had grown large enough to merit a chapel of ease within All Hallows' Parish, today called Holy Cross Chapel. Sandy Hill, unlike neighboring Girdletree, was never incorporated, but in 1870 the name of the town was officially changed, by act of the legislature, from Sandy Hill to Stockton, commemorating the Rev. Thomas H. Stockton, a prominent Methodist minister. In 1872 the Worcester County election district which took its name from Sandy Hill was renamed Stockton.
In 1876, a railroad (which would eventually become part of the Pennsylvania Railroad) was laid from Franklin City and Greenbackville in Virginia to Snow Hill. The line's main purpose was to haul seafood harvested from the Atlantic Ocean and Chincoteague Bay to Philadelphia, but the line also carried passengers. To avoid confusion with other Stocktons around the country, the station at Stockton was named Hursley Station.
The center of Stockton was destroyed by fire in 1906, but was soon rebuilt, with many of the new buildings constructed of brick. During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Stockton boasted a hotel, five churches, a post office, three stores, a canning factory, two sawmills, and two barrel factories. However, the overfishing of Chincoteague Bay led to a permanent decline in the commercial seafood industry.