One way to find clinics for free drug screening is through UniteForSight.com. It's also possible to visit a free or low-cost health care clinic and get screened for drugs.Continue Reading
UniteForSight.com is a database of free clinics in the United States. These clinics are for health care services to the medically underserved. Many of the clinics listed in the database offer free drug testing. Each clinic in the database comes with a list of free services provided at that location.
Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program sometimes cover the cost of drug screening. Community health centers may also provide free or low-cost drug tests, depending on the location. HealthCare.gov provides a searchable database of such clinics.
NeedyMeds.com is a website that helps people find ways to cover the cost of medical procedures, including drug screening. The database includes more than 14,000 clinics located in the United States. While some of the clinics in the database are free, others are either low cost or based on a sliding scale according to income.
Patient Assistance for Lab Services is a company dedicated to providing affordable lab tests, including drug screening. While the testing is not completely free, as of 2016, the costs are as low as $5 per test. Patients can make payments online or at the time if specimen withdrawal.Learn more about Health