Medication-Assisted Treatment


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August 18, 2021 | Opioid Treatment and Diversion Court Models


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The DEA has relaxed requirements allowing mobile vans to provide access to MAT agonist medications. This has implications for jails and prisons. They can collaborate with a community NTP/OTP with vans to come to their facilities every day to provide these medications to incarcerated persons. If the facility is not licensed to be an OTP or equipped to become a certified satellite OTP, inmates can be escorted to the van parked in a secure area to receive their daily medication or monthly naltrexone or buprenorphine injection. In such a manner, the prison or jail does not have to be certified to handle these medications, but individuals in need are still able to receive them.



Medication-Assisted Treatment




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Although opioids and to a lesser degree methamphetamine get the media attention, RSAT participants also suffer from alcohol use disorder (ADU) at an alarming rate in our program. Are there medications that treat AUD?