Complete Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace services

Whether or not you're a small business owner with a few employees or a large corporation with thousands of employees and multiple locations, we have the experience and skills necessary to help you maintain a drug and alcohol free workplace.
Give us a call today to see how we can help you!
Learn More »

Fully trained, certified and professional staff

Our staff is professionally trained and certified to perform all testing services.
Our courteous and professional staff are available to answer your questions and provide guidance even after testing is complete.
Give us a call today!
Contact Us »

Heroin use is rising rapidly in the United States

The heroin overdose death rate quadrupled between 1999 and 2008 and there is no sign of this trend reversing.
80% of heroin users abused prescription pain killers before trying heroin.
Early detection and treatment of prescription drug abuse is key!

Painless, bloodless DNA paternity testing

Asure Test offers more than just drug and alcohol testing.
We also offer DNA paternity testing as well.
Learn More »

Call Our
Professional
Representatives
(636) 916-0050
Mon-Fri, 9:00 AM-4:30 PM, CST About Us »
For employers »

News Blog

Click for the BBB Business Review of this Laboratories - Testing in Saint Charles MO Providing nationwide accurate and confidential testing since 1989. Asure Test offers excellent service with years of experience in the drug and alcohol testing industry. Established in 1989, Asure Test adheres to a high quality standard in testing. We follow strict chain-of-custody procedures to insure the identity and integrity of each specimen collected.

In The News

DEA Continues Its Drug Abuse Prevention Efforts with Prescription Drug Take Back Day This Saturday

Addictive prescription drugs that are thrown away or left untended on shelves and in drawers at home are often stolen and either abused or sold by family members and visitors.  That’s why the DEA and thousands of its state, local, and tribal law enforcement and community partners are holding another Prescription Drug Take Back Day this Saturday, April 29, from 10 to 2 local time, at over 5,000 sites around the country.  The service is free of charge, no questions asked.

 

America is experiencing an epidemic of addiction, overdose, and death due to abuse of prescription drugs, particularly opioid painkillers.  6.4 million Americans age 12 and over—2.4 percent of the population—abuse prescription drugs, according to the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health released last fall, more than abuse cocaine, heroin, hallucinogens, and methamphetamine combined.  Drug overdoses are now the leading cause of injury-related death in the United States, eclipsing deaths from motor vehicle crashes or firearms.  The majority of prescription drug abusers report that they obtain their drugs from friends and family, including from the home medicine cabinet.

 

Last October, Americans turned in 366 tons (over 730,000 pounds) of prescription drugs at almost 5,200 sites operated by the DEA and more than 4,000 of its state and local law enforcement partners.  Overall, in its 12 previous Take Back events, DEA and its partners have taken in over 7.1 million pounds—more than 3,500 tons—of pills.

 

The public can find a nearby collection site here or by calling 800-882-9539.  Only pills and other solids, like patches, can be brought to the collection sites—liquids, needles, or other sharps will not be accepted.  This event will go on even if the Federal Government shuts down this weekend.

 

This article was updated on 04/27/2017: the original phone number to call to locate a nearby collection site was incorrect. The number has been corrected.

Announcement

Asure Test Launches New Web Site!

Today we are pleased to debut our new, updated and improved web site!

Announcement

Independence Day Hours

Our office will be closed July 4th to celebrate the holiday with our friends and family. We will re-open July 5th. Have a safe and happy 4th!

In The News

FMCSA Lowers Testing Rates

On December 18, 2015, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration lowered the random Drug testing rates from 50% annually to 25% annually. The change will occur automatically for our clients with DOT testing accounts. You can view the current rate sheet here for all DOT agencies.
Accounts who have set their testing rates higher than other rates do not need to do anything. The base rate will be adjusted and your over-testing rate will be applied to the new rate.
If you have any questions about the change, or to verify that the change was accurately made on your account, please contact us.