Welcome to People Plus Incorporated (PPi)
When Cost Is Important
PPi provides alcohol and drug testing for a large variety of customers such as government, businesses, schools, agencies, and individuals. We have been in business for over 25 years. In addition to urine testing, we also collect specimens for hair tests, breath tests, tobacco usage, and DNA.
We are certified to collect specimens under Department of Transportation (DOT) Federal Guideline for FMCSA, FAA, FTA, PHMSA, and USCG. We also serve as a Third Party Administrator for our local DOT customers. In addition, we are licensed as a Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Facilitiy through the Oklahoma Department of Health.
Contact Ross Chandler at 580-286-6577.
We also collect for other agencies and forward specimens to many different testing laboratories. We currently collect specimens and forward to the following laboratories: Alere Labs, ATN Tox, Chromosomal Lab (DNA), First Lab, Genele X (DNA), Genetica (DNA), Medtox Lab, One Source Lab, CRL Lab, Redwood Lab, TCN Lab, Omega Lab (Hair), Quest Diagnostics Lab (Hair & Urine), Psychededics Corp (Hair), and USDT Lab (Hair). In addition, we can quickly set up collections with new labs not listed above.
Quest Diagnostics Laboratory is our primary lab complete with daily courier service to provide same day testing and 24 hour results on negative tests. Positive test may take longer because of the requirement of client notification and subsequent tests to assure the same results.
Our most common DNA testing is paternity testing; however, we also collect DNA for family reconstruction, immigration, siblingship cases, adoption cases, grandparents studies, deceased paternity cases, custody and visitation cases, second opinion, and personal use testing.
All DNA collections and reports meet court requirements.
Urine testing is the most common and least expensive of the drug testing procedures. Cost of urine tests depends on the requirement (or not) of a Medical Review Officer verification and the number of drugs the laboratory is requested to identify or verify as negative.
We also do student testing on site at the schools. We use an eight panel screen that includes recent use of alcohol.