National Jail Survey: Interface between Criminal Justice and the Opioid Crisis (002)

Despite the widespread evidence demonstrating the effectiveness of medications for addiction treatment (MAT) and the strong recommendations for their use in criminal justice systems, information about what is currently available, accessible, and utilized throughout the criminal justice system is unknown or dated. Through an administration supplement provided to the parent grant TRIALS Coordinating Center to Reduce Substance Use, HIV Risk Behaviors, & Crime (5U01DA036221-05), Chestnut Health Systems develop and administer a national survey document the context, relevant laws and policies that affect the ways in which jails are able to address the opioid crisis.

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