The Impact of Denying Methadone to Inmates

Opioid addicts on methadone maintenance programs who find themselves incarcerated are usually denied access to methadone. While it may seem like the practice of discontinuing methadone is good for the inmate, new research suggest that keeping opioid addicts on methadone while behind bars may be the best course of action, HealthDay reports. Stopping inmates’ methadone...
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Mandatory Treatment for Low Level Drug Offenders

In the past, people who were convicted of drug charges were bound for jail or prison which had little effect on one’s addiction and cost the taxpayers billions of dollars collectively. In the past 30 years as people have become more accepting of drug and alcohol abuse as a disease, alternative forms of punishments, such...
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