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The purpose of SAPlist.info is to provide information about Substance Abuse Professionals (SAPs) to employers, as well as to service agents who provide necessary and required services to employers and employees who are subject to mandated US Department of Transportation rules and regulations related to drug and alcohol testing.

The primary goal of SAPlist.info is to help employers find, contact and engage the services of qualified and trained SAPs.

The use of information obtained from SAPlist.info for other purposes, including but not limited to marketing and other commercial activities, violates SAPlist.com's purpose, and is prohibited.

The inclusion of a SAP's Profile on SAPlist.info does not in any way endorse or imply endorsement of that SAP.

Under the federal rule, every employer is wholly responsible for decisions related to selecting and using a service agent (a SAP is a service agent) who is qualified.

From 49 CFR Part 40.15(b):

"As an employer, you are responsible for ensuring that the service agents you use meet the qualification set forth in this part. You may require service agents to show you documentation that they meet the requirements of this part."

Anyone or any employer who engages the services of a SAP is encouraged to ask the SAP to send (fax is acceptable) proof of his/her professional certifications, training, SAP exam, and additional professional hours of education (12 hours every three years). If a SAP is not able to provide this evidence, or if the documentation is questionable, you should feel free to investigate until you are satisfied, or you should search for another SAP.

If a DOT audit determines that an employer engaged a SAP who did not meet DOT's qualification and training requirements, the employer is subject to fines and sanctions.

The following description was taken from the DOT website at www.dot.gov/odapc/sap

"The Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) is a person who evaluates employees who have violated a DOT drug and alcohol program regulation and makes recommendations concerning education, treatment, follow-up testing, and aftercare.

As a SAP you represent the major decision point (and in some cases the only decision point) an employer may have in choosing whether or not to place an employee behind the steering wheel of a school bus, in the cockpit of a plane, at the helm of an oil tanker, at the throttle of a train, in the engineer compartment of a subway car, or at the emergency control valves of a natural gas pipeline. Your responsibility to the public is enormous!

As a SAP you are advocate for neither the employer nor the employee. Your function is to protect the public interest in safety by professionally evaluating the employee and recommending appropriate education and/or treatment, follow-up tests, and aftercare."

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Jose Aragon LAADC SAP
Hemet
951-310-3561

Steve Carver LAADC SAP
Auburn
916-425-4973

Dan Cumbra LAADC SAP
Crescent City
707-954-1177

Michael d'Agostin Psyd LAADC SAP
Sherman Oaks
818-489-5719

Elizabeth Engish LCSW LAADC SAP
Sacramento
956-502-6773

Michael Hemat LAADC SAP
Vista
760-877-5017

Marty Lythgoe LAADC SAP
Ventura
805-377-7116

Andrew Martin MBA LAADC SAP
Long Beach
866-973-7364

Pete Nielsen LAADC SAP
Placerville
530-409-5847

Linda Quimby-McInnes CADC II SAP
Roseville
916-772-2255

David K. Scott LAADC SAP
Marysville
(530) 741-1428

Mark Scott LAADC SAP
Whittier
562-980-6639

Grover Warren LAADC SAP
San Diego
619-840-3230

Roland Williams LAADC SAP
Petaluma
415-845-1174

Pick the SAP in, which you were satisfied with your experience.?