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Advancing MOUD Options in Correctional Settings: Experiences from the EXIT-CJS Trial in Delaware

Jurisdictions looking to implement an Opioid Intervention Court (OIC) model can incorporate this study’s findings when establishing their program. OICs can play an important role in connecting people to treatment, expanding MOUD use, and combatting stigma surrounding MOUD.

This study was published in Substance Abuse, Treatment, Prevention, and Policy and was led by Drs. Megan O’Grady, Dr. Katherine Elkington, Gail Robson, Ikenna Achebe, Arthur Robin Williams, Alwyn Cohall, Renee Cohall, Monica Christofferson, Alejandra Garcia, Kelly Ramsey, Pat Lincourt, and Susan Tross from the JCOIN Columbia University and New York State Psychiatric Institute Clinical Research Center.


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