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By Benson Varghese

Last Updated: April 7th, 2020 at 5:06 PM
Published on: July 28th, 2015 at 4:57 PM

Where Can I Take a Drug Test in Tarrant County?

If you are charged with a drug related crime in Tarrant County, you may be asked at some point to provide proof that you are drug free. The list of places you can take a drug test are are at the bottom of this page. There are two primary circumstances under which you would be required to submit clean drug test results by providing them to your attorney: diversion programs & attorney recommendation.

Diversion Programs

If you are a first time offender and under the age of 24, you may be eligible for application to the deferred prosecution program. Currently, a requirement for defendants with pending drug cases is that you submit two clean drug tests results. One clean drug test result is due with your application to the DPP program, and an additional clean result is due the day of your interview.

Attorney Recommendation

If your attorney is seeking to work out a favorable plea bargain in your case or is preparing you for trial, you may be asked to provide one or several clean drug test results. If you are asked to provide multiple results, it is standard that these results are dated one month apart. Your ability to provide clean specimens over time shows that your pending case has caught your attention, and you are ready to abstain from illegal drug use in the future.

In either instance, if you have been asked to take a drug test, you may be wondering where to get one, how much they cost, and how you receive the results. Below you find answers to common questions related to court ordered drug testing.

What Kind of Drug Test Do I Need?

You must go to a professional laboratory to have your drug test administered. Home tests which can be purchased at drug stores, grocery stores, or online are not acceptable. Commercial labs are accustomed to administering 5 panel urine tests, but your attorney may ask you to take a different test under certain circumstances. This type of test will indicate the recent use of five types of drugs: marijuana (THC), cocaine, amphetamines, methamphetamines and opiates.

How Much Does a Drug Test Cost?

You can expect to pay around $50 for a basic drug test.

How Do I Get My Results?

Many labs which administer large quantities of drug tests have the ability to provide results the same day or within a business day. Other labs require 3-5 business days to process your test. Make sure to contact the lab you intend to use in advance if you will need same day results. Ask for your lab test results to be faxed to your attorney as well. Our fax number is (817) 203-2220.

Where Can I Take a Drug Test in Tarrant County?

 

AnyLabTest Now

4645 Matlock Rd., Ste. 103
Arlington, TX 76018
817-784-0100

1060 N. Main St., Ste. 101A
Euless, TX 76039
817-354-8378

5512 Bellaire Dr. South, Ste. J
Country Day Plaza
Fort Worth, TX 76109
817-377-4555

AccuTrace Testing

5612 SW Green Oaks Blvd.
Arlington, TX 76017
817-563-4004

515 E. Weatherford St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
817-332-9911

Chem-Test Inc.

610 S. Industrial Blvd., Ste. 150
Euless, TX 76040
817-318-7750

Cover-Tek

551 Silicon Dr., Ste. 100
Southlake, TX 76092
817-329-6900

Lab Corp

328 W. Main St., Ste. 9
Azle, TX 76020
817-444-1718

1106 Alston Ave., Ste. 250
Fort Worth, TX 76104
817-927-2830

2701 Osler Dr., St. 2
Grand Prairie, TX 75051
972-660-1231

4351 Booth Calloway, Ste. 105
North Richland Hills, TX 76180
817-595-2363

Quest Diagnostics

902 W. Randol Mill, Ste. 100
Arlington, TX 76012
817-792-2054

1250 8th Avenue, Ste. 115
Fort Worth, TX 76014
817-920-9069

7555 Oakmont Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76132
817-294-1105

7630 N. Beach St., Ste. 156
Fort Worth, TX 76137
817-656-5997

3529 Heritage Trace Pkwy, Ste. 133
Keller, TX 76137
817-741-8200

260 N. Rufe Snow Dr.
Keller, TX 76248
817-431-4301

4625 Boat Club Rd.
Lake Worth, TX 76135
817-238-9607

Drug Screen DFW

7812 N. College Circle N.
Richland Hills, TX 76180
817-849-2819

Where Can I Take a Drug Test in Tarrant County?

Where Can I Take a Drug Test in Tarrant County?

If you are charged with a drug related crime in Tarrant County, you may be asked at some point to provide proof that you are drug free. The list of places you can take a drug test are are at the bottom of this page. There are two primary circumstances under which you would be required to submit clean drug test results by providing them to your attorney: diversion programs & attorney recommendation.

Diversion Programs

If you are a first time offender and under the age of 24, you may be eligible for application to the deferred prosecution program. Currently, a requirement for defendants with pending drug cases is that you submit two clean drug tests results. One clean drug test result is due with your application to the DPP program, and an additional clean result is due the day of your interview.

Attorney Recommendation

If your attorney is seeking to work out a favorable plea bargain in your case or is preparing you for trial, you may be asked to provide one or several clean drug test results. If you are asked to provide multiple results, it is standard that these results are dated one month apart. Your ability to provide clean specimens over time shows that your pending case has caught your attention, and you are ready to abstain from illegal drug use in the future. In either instance, if you have been asked to take a drug test, you may be wondering where to get one, how much they cost, and how you receive the results. Below you find answers to common questions related to court ordered drug testing.

What Kind of Drug Test Do I Need?

You must go to a professional laboratory to have your drug test administered. Home tests which can be purchased at drug stores, grocery stores, or online are not acceptable. Commercial labs are accustomed to administering 5 panel urine tests, but your attorney may ask you to take a different test under certain circumstances. This type of test will indicate the recent use of five types of drugs: marijuana (THC), cocaine, amphetamines, methamphetamines and opiates.

How Much Does a Drug Test Cost?

You can expect to pay around $50 for a basic drug test.

How Do I Get My Results?

Many labs which administer large quantities of drug tests have the ability to provide results the same day or within a business day. Other labs require 3-5 business days to process your test. Make sure to contact the lab you intend to use in advance if you will need same day results. Ask for your lab test results to be faxed to your attorney as well. Our fax number is (817) 203-2220.

Where Can I Take a Drug Test in Tarrant County?

 

AnyLabTest Now

4645 Matlock Rd., Ste. 103 Arlington, TX 76018 817-784-0100 1060 N. Main St., Ste. 101A Euless, TX 76039 817-354-8378 5512 Bellaire Dr. South, Ste. J Country Day Plaza Fort Worth, TX 76109 817-377-4555

AccuTrace Testing

5612 SW Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76017 817-563-4004 515 E. Weatherford St. Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-332-9911

Chem-Test Inc.

610 S. Industrial Blvd., Ste. 150 Euless, TX 76040 817-318-7750

Cover-Tek

551 Silicon Dr., Ste. 100 Southlake, TX 76092 817-329-6900

Lab Corp

328 W. Main St., Ste. 9 Azle, TX 76020 817-444-1718 1106 Alston Ave., Ste. 250 Fort Worth, TX 76104 817-927-2830 2701 Osler Dr., St. 2 Grand Prairie, TX 75051 972-660-1231 4351 Booth Calloway, Ste. 105 North Richland Hills, TX 76180 817-595-2363

Quest Diagnostics

902 W. Randol Mill, Ste. 100 Arlington, TX 76012 817-792-2054 1250 8th Avenue, Ste. 115 Fort Worth, TX 76014 817-920-9069 7555 Oakmont Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76132 817-294-1105 7630 N. Beach St., Ste. 156 Fort Worth, TX 76137 817-656-5997 3529 Heritage Trace Pkwy, Ste. 133 Keller, TX 76137 817-741-8200 260 N. Rufe Snow Dr. Keller, TX 76248 817-431-4301 4625 Boat Club Rd. Lake Worth, TX 76135 817-238-9607

Drug Screen DFW

7812 N. College Circle N. Richland Hills, TX 76180 817-849-2819
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