My child has been ordered to provide a urine sample. What should we do?
If your child has been ordered to provide a urine sample, you and your child will be directed to the Juvenile Corrections Office, located on the first floor of the Anoka County Courthouse. Once at the Juvenile Corrections Office, your child will meet with a probation officer who will collect the sample.

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1. My child must appear in court. Where do we go?
2. What will happen to me or (my child) when I go to court?
3. If my child is in detention, can I visit with my child before court?
4. My child has been ordered to provide a urine sample. What should we do?
5. How do I get in contact with my child’s probation officer?
6. What if my child has to miss an appointment with Anoka County Community Corrections?
7. What is the difference between generalist and intensive supervision?
8. What happens when my child is placed on probation for truancy?
9. Will I need to pay any of the costs for my child’s placement or treatment?
10. What is Evidence Based Practices (EBP)?