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Drug & Alcohol Random Testing (DART) Program

Drug and Alcohol Random Testing (DART) Program

Community Corrections operates the Drug & Alcohol Random Testing Program. With a referral from a participating agency or court, pretrial and sentenced clients submit to drug testing at Community Corrections. The results from each drug screen will be sent to the respective referring agency. All clients maintain the right to contest a positive result and have it sent out to a certified SAMHSA lab for confirmation.


How do I know when to report for testing?

Letter and Number of the Day: During your first visit, you will be assigned a series of letters, numbers or colors by the Drug Testing Coordinator. These letters and numbers will be indicators as to when you are required to report. To determine if you should report for drug screening you must call 734/973-4605 for testing instructions. If your assigned number, letter, or color is designated on the recording, you are required to report on the designated day for testing.

What type of drug testing does Community Corrections do?

Community Corrections provides oral testing and urine analysis. Levels of any positive substance appearing in a drug screen can be sent out to a certified SAMHSA lab for confirmation.

What types of drugs does Community Corrections test for?

Alcohol, THC (Marijuana), Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Amphetamine, Opiates (Morphine), Methadone, Benzodiazepines, Barbiturates, ETG, K2, and Oxycontin, as well as a variety of other specialized substances.

We also test for the dilution or adulteration of any urine samples on site.

Picture identification is required for testing:  Drug testing can be completed on site during our business hours; Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm; Tuesday and Thursday 8:30am - 6:30pm; and random Saturdays and Sundays 9:00am - 11:30am.

Drug Testing Fees:  Fees for the DART program vary depending on the type of test ordered by the court or referring agency. The cost of testing is to be rendered at the time of service. Payments may be made in cash, check or credit card.

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