1. Alcohol Treatment—FAQs and Information

    According to the American Addiction Centers, more than seven percent of Americans have an alcohol disorder. This equates to roughly 17 million people in the United States. Of this population, 5.7 mill…Read More

  2. The Opioid Crisis and New DOT Policies

    The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that more than 115 Americans die each day because of an opioid overdose, primarily from prescription pain relievers, heroin, and synthetic opioids like fen…Read More

  3. Addressing Drug Abuse in the Workplace

    The U.S. is currently facing a national drug crisis. Opioid addiction is sweeping across the country with alarming strength. Though it can sometimes be hard to spot, one sure sign that someone is batt…Read More

  4. Things You Should Know About Drug Testing

    As part of the application or onboarding process, you may be asked by your employer to complete a drug and alcohol test. More often than not, your job offer is contingent upon the results of this test…Read More

  5. The Advantages of Random Drug Testing

    Pre-employment drug screening is a good way of ensuring that you don’t hire people with severe drug addictions. However, this type of test is only conducted once—before the employee begins working…Read More

  6. DOT Return-To-Duty Process

    If you are a DOT employee—truck or bus driver, train engineer, pilot, subway operator, etc. —and you test positive for the use of alcohol or drugs, the DOT requires that you follow a detailed plan…Read More