For a PDF copy of your Registration Form, see the “MY DOCS AND FILES” section at the bottom of this page.

Before visiting a specimen collection site, log-in to the ALI website, locate and print the needed documents. The documents you take to the collection site are dependent on what type of site you will be visiting. Use the Table below as a guide. When visiting a Preferred site (i.e. LabCorp or Quest sites), you will only need a government-issued ID and your test Registration Form. On the other hand, if visiting a third-party collection site, you will need a government-issued ID, a Chain-of-Custody (COC) Form and a test Authorization Form. Please note that unlike the other forms, the COC form will be shipped to you as part of the initial registration process and whenever you need more. See our FAQs page for more on these forms and why they are needed. Take the printed documents and a government-issued ID with you to the specimen collection site. Trained technicians at the collection site will request these documents before specimen collection. The technicians cannot collect samples without these documents. ALI is obligated to report all licensees who fail to call the notification line, fail-to-show for sample collection and who fail to provide specimen to the Board.


Documents

Must Take to Collection Site

 

Preferred Site (i.e. LabCorp, Quest)

3rd Party Site (i.e. Concentra, US Healthworks & Others)

Government Issued ID

YES

YES

Chain-of-Custody (COC) Form

NO

YES

Test Authorization Form

NO

YES

Test Registration Form

YES

NO


For your convenience, we recommend you call a collection site to verify waiting times or schedule a same day appointment. It is also advisable to call and ensure that the online collection site information (i.e. operating hours, specimen collection hours) are accurate. Walk-ins are acceptable and highly encouraged to ensure testing is completed.

Per your probation order, you are responsible for all random testing fees and associated costs. You may use various payment options to make your payments to ALI including all major credit cards, debit cards, PayPal, Google Checkout, personal check, money order, and cashiers’ check. Once sample collection concludes, an electronic invoice will be emailed to your designated email address. Persistently delinquent accounts may be required to pay for testing before sample collection.

Cheree Kimball is your CBO Probation Monitor at (916) 575-7184 and is your main point of contact for your probation testing requirements and questions. You are to contact Ms. Kimball if you fail to contact ALI to retrieve your random testing message, if you fail to take a required random test after receipt of an ALI notification, if you plan to travel, if you will be unavailable or regarding any situation impeding calling and/or testing.

You may be required to pay in advance of testing if persistently delinquent.

Please contact Rachel Barsotti at (888) 699-0445 (toll free), (408) 246-5227 (fax) or email if you have any questions specific to the use of our website, testing process, sample collection sites or invoicing. If you do not have any access to the internet, please contact Mrs. Barsotti, in writing, to make arrangements for alternative methods of documents delivery.

As stated earlier, we hope to make the testing process as pain-free as possible for you. Feel free to use our feedback link at www.agathoslabs.com to share your thoughts.

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