Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find answers to the most common questions we receive. We are regularly adding to our faqs and do our best to keep this as up to date as possible. If you can’t find an answer to your question here, please contact us.


What are your hours of operation?


We are available for testing 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

What are your hours for drug testing?

Please see our drug testing schedule.

How can I send a referral to you?


There are 3 different methods you can use to send a referral to us, email, fax, or directly through our website.


How do I save a PDF to email back to you?


To use a pdf to email to us, you must first save it to your local computer. If you enter information before you save it locally, all information will be lost. After you have filled in all pertinent information, save it and attach it to an email or send it through our contact page.


Do you accept out of county Work Release Referrals?

Yes, we accept Work Release referrals from all counties. We would require a Resident Referral Sheet be filled out and returned to us to process and intake the offender.

How will you notify us in case of a violation?

We will notify you by your preferred method of contact; email, fax, or phone. If your preferred method of contact is phone, a voicemail will be left if we are unable to reach you.


Do I need to bring payment when I arrive for intake?

Yes, you will need the intake fee ($35.00) and the first week’s stay ($210.00) when you arrive, a total of $245.00.

Can I have visitors while I'm staying at LDC?

No visitation is allowed. Family members/friends may drop off items that may be needed during your stay but, no visitation will take place.

Is there a wake-up call list?

No. You must bring an alarm clock if you need assistance in waking up.

Can I use my cell phone as an alarm clock?

No. Cell phones are not allowed to be used within the facility. If a cell phone is found in the facility, it will be confiscated.