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Though poppy seeds go through a thorough cleaning before being processed for consumer use for baking and cooking, they may still contain trace amounts of opiate residue. Thus, consuming poppy seeds may result in a positive opiate test and laboratory confirms as morphine. Clients should not consume poppy seeds while in program. Because poppy seeds can provide a confirmed positive test, this will result in sanctions or program termination.
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Please see the Approved Medication document for over-the-counter medications that do not affect drug testing.
Approved Medication Document
Yes. Many products contain alcohol that should be avoided. It is the clients responsibility to avoid consuming or using products containing alcohol while in program. Positive testing will result in program sanctions or termination. Please see the ETG Alcohol Containing Products document for a list of products to avoid.
ETG Alcohol Containing Products
CBD products are not approved to be used while participating in any Community Corrections program. While CBD products may be labeled as "THC free", they may still have THC present causing a positive testing result.
In most cases, yes. Please have your attorney, probation officer, or case worker contact Community Corrections to set up your testing. Clients doing testing for an outside agency are required to pay for the cost of their testing, at each test or in advance. The typical cost is $5 for a drug screen and breathalyzer test. Any additional laboratory or testing fees will be assessed to the client. Cash and money order payments are accepted in the testing area. The front lobby can accept card payments, for an additional fee.