Designing and implementing an intervention for returning citizens living with substance use disorder: Discovering the benefits of peer recovery coach involvement in pilot clinical trial decision-making

This paper described lessons learned regarding implementation of peer recovery coaches (PRCs) as part of development and pilot research on Substance Use Programming for Person-Oriented Recovery and Treatment (SUPPORT), a peer-facilitated substance use disorder (SUD) intervention for returning citizens.

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Providing peer navigation services to women with a history of opioid misuse pre- and post-release from jail: A program description

Justice system-involved women with opioid use disorder (OUD) experience layered health risks and stigma, yet peer navigation services during reentry may support positive outcomes. This manuscript offers a program description of a women’s peer navigation intervention delivered pre- and post-release from jail to remove barriers to women’s access to OUD treatment, including medications for opioid…

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