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Question by : Drug testing as a camp counselor?
I just got a job as a camp counselor and in the camp guidelines it says this “I understand that
smoking, use or possession of alcohol or drugs will lead to my immediate dismissal. I agree to
participate in —-‘s drug and alcohol testing policy.” But then the only other thing that says anything about drug testing is this. ” We personally review all of the department of motor vehicles records on all drivers prior to each summer and all drivers participate in a drug screening program.” which is clearly directed to only drivers. Does this mean they will drug test me? the session is 39 days long.
i am not a driver. I applied to be a camp counselor. I am already hired and have already signed and sent in the contract as well as my W-4 forms.

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Answer by Brandon Dick
yes i believe they are going to test you but i have to ask if you are a driver? but anyway yes they will most likely test you for drugs being as though you are someone of the camp so yea they will test you most likely

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Bridging Medicaid's medical and behavioral care chasm
On April 1, the Mercy Care Plan, under contract with the state of Arizona, started coordinating medical treatment with behavioral care and substance-abuse services for Medicaid beneficiaries in the Phoenix area who suffer from serious mental illness …
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Drugmaker's dual role as friend, foe
“I'm appalled,” said Andrew Kolodny, chief medical officer of Phoenix House, a national addiction treatment network with six centers in Massachusetts. “I think it's disgusting that a drug company with an opioid addiction treatment would want to grab a …
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Question by Lady Morgana: How many “alcoholics” out there have tried Rational Recovery instead of AA?
How effective would you say etiher of these programs is for you?

I was in AA for 3 years and have now gone on to RR. It works for me, getting rid of the religious stuff and putting in personal responsibility and personal power. I am interested in other people’s experiences.
actually, guyster, I have only asked it once BEFPRE, and I am re-posting it TODAY in this place and one other in order to get more responses, since there were only 4 or 5 answers form the one and only previous time I posted it, but gee thanks for keeping track of what questions I post. What a guy.

Best answer:

Answer by guyster
Probably just as many as the last three times you asked this.

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Homeless shelter director suggests closing it down
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Aurora IL Alcohol Drug Rehab Announces Updated Intervention Program Now
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Erie PA Alcohol Drug Rehab Launches Residential Treatment Expansion
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