​​​​Where is CDC Drug Testing - Consolidated Drug Compliance located?

​CDC Drug Testing - Consolidated Drug Compliance is located at 2714 Delaware Avenue in Kenner, Louisiana, just off the I-10 freeway, near the intersection of Williams and Veterans Memorial Boulevards, next to the New Orleans 

Louis Armstrong International Airport with very easy access in and out and

FREE parking.  

Do I make an appointment for a test?

Call CDC Drug Testing - Consolidated Drug Compliance, 504.466.3900.  CDC is open 8am - 4pm, Monday - Friday and Walk-Ins are welcome.

What kind of tests does CDC Drug Testing - Consolidated Drug Compliance conduct?

CDC Drug Testing - Consolidated Drug Compliance conducts tests on both hair samples and urine samples to indicate what drugs and/or alcohol may be in a person's body.

What should I bring with me to CDC Drug Testing?

You will need photo identification (ID). Acceptable forms of ID may include a driver's license, passport, Military ID, state ID and/or an official ID from the company with which you are employed.

​What drugs are tested for in a 5-Panel Urine Drug Test?

Amphetamines, Marijuana, Cocaine, Opiates and Phencyclidine

What drugs are tested for in a 10-panel Urine Drug Test?

Amphetamines, Marijuana, Cocaine, Opiates, Phencyclidine, Methamphetamines, Barbiturates, Benzodiazepines, Methadone, Propoxyphene

How long will it take to get my Lab Test Results?


The lab test results take 24 to 48 hours after specimen collection. If the drug screen is non-negative, the result and specimen will then need to be confirmed.  Confirmation takes an additional 48 to 72 hours after the initial screen is completed.



Who can be tested for drugs and why?  


CDC Drug Testing - Consolidated Drug Compliance is retained by schools for testing on students to help deter drug use in young people.  


Employers retain the services of CDC Drug Testing - Consolidated Drug Compliance for during the pre-employment process to lower the chance that a drug user (for non-medical uses) will be hired.  If employers suspect 'off' behavior by his / her employees, drug testing may be demanded.


Sometimes, employers will order random and random on-going drug testing as a means of deterring employees from using drugs (for non-medical purposes).  And drug testing can be ordered by employers after a workplace or work-related accident as well as after a employee known for drug use, has completed treatment - to ensure that the employee is no longer using.


What are some signs of employee drug abuse?


1) Performance Problems 2) Poor Attendance and Absenteeism 3) Poor Attitude and Physical Appearance 4) Health and Safety Hazards, disregard for safety of others and increased involvement in accidents.


What does CDC Drug Testing - Consolidated Drug Compliance test for?


CDC Drug Testing - Consolidated Drug Compliance tests for what is considered by the NIDA as the five basic drugs of abuse including marijuana, amphetamines, opiates, phencyclidine and cocaine.  Tests commonly screen for barbiturates among other commonly abused substances as well.


What time period does a hair drug test cover?


About 90 days.  Hair growth rates vary; typically head hair grows at an average of one half inch per month.


What Level Means I am Intoxicated?Louisiana State law constitutes 0.08% Breath Alcohol Concentration (BAC) as legally intoxicated whereas DOT considers 0.04% BAC, and in some cases 0.02% BAC will get you a violation.  Please check with the DOT agency regulation and/or company policy for further guidance on positive levels.


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