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Defines what a resident is, and describes drug testing procedures. Includes links to the new resident orientation video and resident manual.

“Resident” means a person who is staying at the Washington County Community Corrections Center (WCCCC). A resident can be a person who is Sentenced, Sanctioned, Local Control, or a Transitional Lodger. 

When a resident first comes to the WCCCC, they must give a urine analysis (UA) for drug and alcohol testing. During their time at the Center, a resident will be randomly scheduled (picked for random days) for drug and alcohol tests. All new residents have a tuberculosis (TB) test given by the Washington County Health Department in their first week at the Center. The test happens at and is given by the Center.