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Medication Treatments

Initial research is helping to confirm Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's move to established focused treatment for opioid addiction that includes extended medication treatment.
SAN DIEGO—Medication treatments such as buprenorphine can make a difference for patients with opioid addiction if they are part of a comprehensive care plan, Arwen Podesta, MD, said at Psych Congress 2019.
The Hampden County, Mass., corrections system has moved fully into medication-assisted treatment for inmates with substance use disorders, a practice that can be instructive for other jail systems.
A Canadian company has acquired the drug development program for a derivative of ibogaine, a potential treatment for opioid addiction.
CODAC Behavioral Healthcare is piloting a mobile treatment unit that is bringing medical care, counseling and referral guidance to high-need communities.
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