Ohio Steps Up Prison Drug Treatment; 4/5 Of Inmates Addicts

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With at least four of five inmates struggling with addiction, Ohio’s prisons are beginning to look more like drug treatment centers, reports Gannett Ohio. Prisoners participate in group counseling sessions, visit with prison “alumni” who have remained sober after leaving incarceration, and enroll in Medicaid to help pay for counseling and medication-assisted treatment after they
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