RULE 172.00.09-001 - Arkansas Career Training Institute (HSRC) Drug Policy

RULE 172.00.09-001. Arkansas Career Training Institute (HSRC) Drug Policy

Arkansas Career Training Institute (HSRC) Drug Policy

Students enrolling at Arkansas Career Training Institute (ACTI) must sign the Arkansas Rehabilitation Services Substance Free Policy with a Field Counselor. All students enrolled at Arkansas Career Training Institute will be tested for prohibited substances during the first week of enrollment. If a student tests positive for drugs, the student will be suspended for 45 calendar days. The student will be required to provide ACTI with a clean drug screen and sign a behavioral agreement prior to their return. The student will be retested within 30 days of their return to ACTI. If the student tests positive for drugs at that time, the student will be discharged from ACTI.

Readmission is subject to the criteria outlined in the ACTI Alcoholism, Drug Dependence, Abuse, or Addiction policy. The student must demonstrate 1) successful participation in a primary treatment program and/or 2) the individual has not engaged in alcohol or drug abuse for a period of six months and has a good, medically documented prognosis and 3) participate in NA/AA programs as recommended by ARS/ACTI staff and 4) submit to drug screens (ARS Policy Procedure Manual, Appendix C.)

ACTI students are subject to random drug testing.

(4/3/2009)

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