For Prisoners, Opioid Agonist Therapy Reduces Risks of Post-release Mortality by Up to 75%, So Why Do Some Patients Not Want It? Substance Use Disorders – Recidivism – mass incarceration – offender – jail – prison – drugs – addiction – recovery – treatment – susbtance use disorders – crime – criminal justice – sentence – court – drug charges

RESEARCH ON OPIOID MEDICATIONS ON WHETHER THEY SAVE LIVES ON INMATES AND PRISONERS AFTER THEY AR RELEASED FROM JAIL

For Prisoners, Opioid Agonist Therapy Reduces Risks of Post-release Mortality by Up to 75%, So Why Do Some Patients Not Want It? Substance Use Disorders – Recidivism – mass incarceration – offender – jail – prison – drugs – addiction – recovery – treatment – susbtance use disorders – crime – criminal justice – sentence – court – drug charges

July 14, 2017  | 

For Prisoners, Opioid Agonist Therapy Reduces Risks of Post-release Mortality by Up to 75%, So Why Do Some Patients Not Want It? Substance Use Disorders – Recidivism – mass incarceration – offender – jail – prison – drugs – addiction – recovery – treatment – susbtance use disorders – crime – criminal justice – sentence – court – drug charges

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