Well, that’s the thing about drug addiction, one is never truly drug-free. There’s a reason we talk about “recovering” rather than “recovered” addicts. It’s something that remains a part of the addict’s life forever because the urge to abuse their substance of choice will always be there to a greater or lesser extent. That’s why recovering addicts are strongly encouraged (and sometimes court mandated) to stay away from triggering situations. Willpower alone is rarely enough to keep an addict clean – it usually requires a complete lifestyle change and a great deal of support.
A child who is alleged to be, or who is adjudicated, a delinquent child may be confined in a place of juvenile detention provided under section of the Revised Code for a period not to exceed ninety days, during which time a social history may be prepared to include court record, family history, personal history, school and attendance records, and any other pertinent studies and material that will be of assistance to the juvenile court in its disposition of the charges against that alleged or adjudicated delinquent child.