A new program aimed at getting troubled Denver drug offenders treatment is less than two months old, but already it is paying dividends, according to those running it, the Denver Post reports. Of the seven people who started the Medication Assisted Treatment Induction Program for probationers, four remain enrolled. The program aims to identify troubled probationers who aren’t complying with requirements that they remain drug . . .
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