ORIANA HOUSE
FOUNDED IN 1981
A NATIONALLY
RENOWNED
COMMUNITY
CORRECTIONS
AND CHEMICAL
DEPENDENCY
TREATMENT
AGENCY

Drug Testing

Oriana House began on-site drug testing in 1989 for internal community corrections and chemical dependency programs. Our lab is CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments) certified through the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. This certification involves an on-sight inspection by a CLIA inspector ensuring that rigorous guidelines are met. The lab also participates in quarterly proficiency testing provided by the American Association of Bioanalysts and has scored a 100% on the surveys since enrollment in 1997.


In addition to available testing for Oriana House clients, our state-of-the-art laboratory is conducive for offering drug testing services to other organizations throughout the community, and capable of handling a high volume of tests. Businesses, companies, and agencies in need of drug screening for employment and job opportunities can utilize the laboratory for cost-efficient and reliable testing services. The lab serves as a site where individuals can come to take an unobserved urine drug screen. Precautions are used in the testing process to ensure a quality result, including the shutting off of running water into the test site while the sample is being collected. Due to a barcode system and electronic recordkeeping, test results are virtually operator-error proof, ensuring accuracy. Currently, the lab conducts testing for the following drugs: Cannabinoids, Cocaine, Amphetamine/Methamphetamine, Benzodiazepines, Barbiturates and Opiates.


If you would like more information concerning drug screening, or if your company or organization is interested in these services provided by Oriana House, please contact Bernie Rochford, Executive Vice-President, at (330) 535-8116.


Note: The Oriana House Lab is not a SAMHSA certified facility and may not be able to provide testing to government agencies and departments, or other organizations that require SAMHSA certified testing.