What’s New — Cure Michigan by Steven Johnson

Cure Michigan, The Cure Michigan Foundation, and Cure Michigan Mobile Drug Testing (we come to you) are finally opening soon.    

Cure Michigan will provide substance abuse prevention and treatment services under one roof (counseling, therapy, medically assisted treatment, psychiatry, family services, case management, AA, NA, therapy for the loved ones of those suffering from substance abuse, and prevention services to help fight the substance abuse epidemic in our area).    

We will also work with the local sobriety and drug courts to provide necessary services in a convenient location. Our brick and mortar office will be located in central Okemos, yards from a CATA bus stop.  We will also accept appointments to prevent long lines often seen at other drug testing facilities.    

Our drug testing employees are all certified, and our breathalyzer, urine screening, and mobile testing are certified by the federal (CMS & CLIA) and Michigan state government (and employ a certified laboratory director). We also use a confirmatory lab for presumptive positive tests that gives results in days, not weeks.   

We offer the only mobile testing in mid-Michigan providing a service necessary for those who have lost their driving privileges and/or have a difficult time finding transportation to a drug testing facility and miss their testing only because of lack of transportation.  

This also will decrease “technical” probation and parole violations due to not having transportation to another testing facility.  We use discreet vehicles and will come to your home, work, or any place (with prices very close or less than non-mobile testing).  

Our goal is to treat each client with respect and dignity; not to treat the client like a criminal.  Cure Michigan prides ourselves on professionalism. 

Please ask your probation officer, parole officer, or employer about using Cure Michigan Mobile Testing and Cure Michigan to make your requirements easier and to allow appointments and avoid lines at other local testing agencies.