New research on barriers to addiction treatment in people recently released from jail

In this study, the ‘most commonly reported barriers assessed quantitatively were items related to Absence of Problem: “I do not think I have a problem with drugs” (42.8%), Privacy Concerns: “I do not like to talk about my personal life with other people” (35.8%), and Admission Difficulty: “I will have to be on a waiting list for treatment” (28.6%)’.

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