Rural Jails Grapple With Opioid Epidemic’s ‘Revolving Door’

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One of the biggest barriers to fighting the spreading opioid epidemic in rural northeast Washington state is the lack of providers authorized to prescribe  drugs for treating opioid dependence. That’s why local jails need support for providing medication-assisted treatment, says a local doctor . . .

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