JCOIN Publications Library

Explore the publications and research in the JCOIN research library below including articles, protocols, presentations, and more.

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Alliances to disseminate addiction prevention and treatment (ADAPT): A statewide learning health system to reduce substance use among justice-involved youth in rural communities

  • Protocol Paper

An Implementation Process Evaluation for the Planning Initiative to Build Bridges between Jail and Community Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder

  • Study Report

The Building Bridges planning initiative focused on preparing sites to establish effective linkages between jails and community-based treatment settings in order to deliver medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD) to justice-involved people. This 9-month planning initiative was jointly funded and…

“And Then COVID Hits”: A Qualitative Study of How Jails Adapted Services to Treat Opioid Use Disorder During COVID-19

ils in Massachusetts are among the first nationwide to provide correctional populations with medications to treat opioid use disorder (MOUD). The COVID-19 pandemic caused jails to pivot and adapt MOUD programming. To facilitate continued access to MOUD, both during incarceration…

Antecedents of Fatal Overdose in an Adult Cohort Identified through Administrative Record Linkage in Indiana, 2015-2022

The United States continues to experience unprecedented rates of overdose mortality and need to identify effective policies or practices that can be implemented. This study aims to measure the prevalence, frequency, timing, and rate of touchpoints that occurred prior to…

Assessment of Community-level Vulnerability and access to MOUD

  • Modeling
  • MOUD Services
  • Geospatial

Association Between Assistance With Medicaid Enrollment and Use of Health Care After Incarceration Among Adults With a History of Substance Use

  • Reentry

Association of census tract-level incarceration rate and life expectancy in New York State

  • Geospatial

Availability of best practices for opioid use disorder in jails and related training and resource needs: findings from a national interview study of jails in heavily impacted counties in the U.S.

Barriers and poor telephone counseling experiences among patients receiving MOUD

  • MOUD Services
  • Telehealth

Breakthrough SARS-CoV-2 infections in prison after vaccination