N.H. Prisons Expand Treatment for Opioid and Alcohol Use Disorders
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New Hampshire’s state prisons are expanding medically assisted treatment for alcohol and opioid use disorders. The program will be funded with around $2 million from a federal State Opioid Response grant focused on improving treatment and recovery initiatives across the state.
Addiction is common among inmates, but their options for treatment in prison over the last few years have been limited to Vivitrol and naltrexone.