What Is Harm Reduction for Opioid Addiction?

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SOURCES:

Addiction: “Rate of Detoxification Service Use and its Impact Among a Cohort of Supervised Injecting Facility Users.”

American Addiction Centers: “Suboxone Withdrawal: Symptoms, Timeline & Detox Treatment.”

Caleb Blaschke, Sioux Falls, SD.

Canadian Mental Health Association: “Harm Reduction.”

City of New York: “Overdose Prevention Centers Averted 59 Overdoses in First Three Weeks of Operation.”

Cleveland Clinic: “Is Naloxone (Narcan) Sold Over-the-Counter?”

Consumer Federation of America: “Traditional Savings Accounts: Are They Still Popular?”

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Eric R., Find Addiction Rehabs, Boca Raton, FL.

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation: “How America Banks: Household Use of Banking and Financial Services.”

FXB Center for Health & Human Rights at Harvard University: “From the War on Drugs to Harm Reduction: Imagining a Just Overdose Crisis Response.”

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Health & Justice: “Pre-Arrest Diversion to Addiction Treatment by Law Enforcement: Protocol for the Community-Level Policing Initiative to Reduce Addiction-Related Harm, Including Crime.”

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Journal of Addictive Disease: “Stigma from the Viewpoint of the Patient.”

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The New York Times: “Nation’s First Supervised Drug-Injection Sites Open in New York.”

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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): “Harm Reduction,” “Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT),” “Naloxone.”

Washington State Department of Health: “Fentanyl Test Strip Project.”

The White House: “White House Releases Model Law to Help States Ensure Access to “Safe, Effective, and Cost-Saving” Syringe Services Programs.”

University of Southern California Department of Nursing: “Supervised Injection Sites are Coming to the United States: Here’s What You Should Know.”

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: “Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction.”

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: “Homelessness Increasing Even Prior to COVID-19 Pandemic.”

U.S. Government Accountability Office: “Drug Misuse: Most States Have Good Samaritan Laws and Research Indicates They May Have Positive Effects.”

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