SAPAA offers exceptional benefits that help you grow professionally:
Sound education, unattainable elsewhere, through a proprietary information program and high quality conferences.
Professional networking that brings you in contact with peers, overseers, and technical support throughout the country.
Value-added programs, like an internet site for members only that contains up-to-the minute information on regulations, industry changes and education sessions.
Membership directory in a user-friendly format so that you can locate peers in a matter of seconds.
Matter of Substance, the quarterly newsletter, that expands its coverage of legal issues, combs the industry for intelligent commentary about the field, and reports critically on a variety of technical findings.
Types of SAPAA Membership
Regular: Classification A - $550.00 Companies with 6 or more employees. TPA, MRO, SAP, EAP, In-House Administrators, Vendors and Full-Service Consortium Any person, firm, or corporation primarily engaged in the administration of workplace substance abuse programs or the supply of products and services ancillary to the substance abuse prevention industry may apply for Regular Membership: Classification A in this Association. This category includes, but is not limited to, in-house administrators, consortium, other third-party program administrators, vendors (i.e., includes, but is not limited to, producers and manufacturers of equipment or products related to biochemical testing services; drug testing laboratories; medical, mental health, and employee assistance service providers; collection sites, and others.), collection sites, MRO’s and government entities. Each member is entitled to one vote. Any firm or corpora-tion may join in its own right or as a part of a larger corporate umbrella structure that is a member
Regular Member: Classification B - $175.00 Government, Collection Sites Any person, firm or corporation engaged in specimen collection services (including alcohol testing or POCT services), any government entity, SAP's, EAP's, Trainers, and small C/TPA's and service agents with 5 employess or less. Not-for-profit (non-profit) organization with a significant interest in the prevention of substance abuse and who does not derive the main source of its income from the provision of drug and alcohol testing programs, may apply for Classification B Membership in this Association. Each member is entitled to one vote.
Lifetime Member: Classification C - Longstanding Members
How Do You Become Active?
Joining SAPAA now will land you in a wellspring of interest and expertise in the field of substance abuse testing and detection. We will welcome you to SAPAA immediately with current information on programming and networking opportunities. Click Here to get SAPAA Membership Application Form