Employment Related Services

The Tri-County Commission provides an array of professional and medical services to ensure your individual or business needs are met.
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Physical Exams

Physical exams can help detect some health problems that could interfere with performance, and help ensure the safety of your employee and company.  We offer pre-employment and/or annual physical exams.

Physical exams must be scheduled in advance.

Pre-Employment Physical Exam: $100
Dept. of Transportation (DOT) Physical Exam: $115

What to Bring
  • List of all active medications
  • If you currently use a c-pap machine, bring report showing last 30 days of use
  • If you experienced a recent cardiac event, bring clearance from physician/cardiologist
  • If you are diabetic, bring A1C/glucose reading drawn in past 3 months
  • If you have any current medical problems, be prepared to discuss these with our provider


Vaccination hours are Monday – Wednesday, 8:00 am to 3:00pm.
Keep your workforce healthy with routine vaccinations.

Tuberculosis (TB) Test
Tetanus Vaccination
Hepatitis B Vaccinations- Series of 3 Shots
Blood Titer Testing Available

Call for availability and pricing

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Drug Screenings

Scheduled Appointments & Walk-Ins Available.

Drug Screening for Employers:
If you are a business looking to drug screen 10 or more employees at one time, call us to schedule an appointment and we will come to your business to provide these services, saving you time and money by getting your employees back to work quickly.

Dept. of Transportation (DOT):

(DOT) Physical Exam
(DOT) Urine Drug Screen
(DOT) Breathalyzer Alcohol Test
(DOT) Assessment

Department of Transportation Services
Companies that must comply with DOT requirements for pre-employment physical exams, alcohol and drug testing, Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) Assessments, and SAP Treatment Services, can find all of those services available at the Tri-County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse.

Although DOT regulations specifically indicate all of these services cannot be performed by a single agency, the Tri-County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse meets the DOT waiver requirements and is the only Agency in the Tri-County area to offer all of these services.

Employers of DOT-regulated personnel who refer their employees to the Tri-County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse for DOT-compliant services will enjoy the convenience, efficiency, and efficacy of dealing with one entity versus the difficulties inherent in trying to coordinate information from multiple points of contact.

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Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The Tri-County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse contracts with local business and industry to provide a treatment benefit for their employees and families who may be experiencing problems related to substance use, marital/relationship difficulties, grief, parenting or other particular problems.

The goal is to assist the employee in resolving the issues that are or may create problems with productivity. There is no cost to the employers or immediate family members of contracting companies. If you are unsure if your business contracts with us, you may check with your Human Resources Office or contact us and we can let you know.


We provide NARCAN for our high-risk clients at risk of opioid overdose.

Not a client of ours? No problem! NARCAN is available for concerned family or community members. 

This life-saving medication is free.

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Sudden cardiac arrest can strike ANYONE.  When it does, a victim’s survival depends on bystanders rising to the occasion.  When provided immediately, CPR can triple the chance of survival.  Be prepared and learn how to save the life of a loved one and others around you.  We offer CPR training and certification to individuals or group.  Classes can be scheduled at convenient times at our facility or at your business.

CPR: $75 per person
CPR + Basic First Aid: $100 per person
American Heart Association Manual: $20 (optional)

To find out more or schedule a class, contact Kayla Jenkins 803-536-4900 *122 or Dee Robinson 803-536-4900 *154

Wanda Copeland

Wanda Copeland, NP

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