ABOUT US

Drug Free Business is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation formed in 1988 to assist employers, regardless of size, start and maintain effective drug-free workplace programs.  This results in a safe workplace, increased productivity, lower benefit costs and improved profits as a result of the elimination of substance abuse in the workplace.

We provide third-party administration of drug testing of corporate and small to medium business drug testing programs. We have over 3,000 member companies nationwide.  Many employer associations recommend us to their members for assistance in starting drug-free workplace programs.  Over 6,000 employers have attended one or more of our workshops on creating drug-free workplaces.

We are one of only three Certified Third-Party Administrators by the Substance Abuse Program Administrators Association (SAPAA). We are the only third-party-administrator in WA State with Certified Substance Abuse Program Administrators (CSAPA) on board (we have three).

Drug Free Business provides a company with everything it needs to achieve a comprehensive drug-free workplace program, and/or comply with Department of Transportation (DOT) mandated testing regulations, including; substance abuse policy development, supervisor training, drug and alcohol testing, random selection services, and employee assistant programs (EAP's). We administer nation-wide corporate accounts also.

Because we are a non-profit corporation with sophisticated, unique online data management systems, we can offer superior services at costs much lower than other providers.

We have access to thousands of drug testing collection sites nation-wide. Our in-house collection facility in Bothell, WA is open 7-4 M-F. We also have in-house mobile collectors serving the Puget Sound region.

Mission Statement:

To help employers, regardless of size, establish and maintain drug-free workplaces for the benefit of their owners, employees, families, and the communities where they do business.

 

Drug Free Business Membership Application (PDF)