/ Modified feb 25, 2020 2:35 p.m.

Opioid treatment options lacking in rural Arizona

A discussion with AZPM reporter Jake Steinberg.

In some rural communities across Arizona, access to medicated assisted treatment for opioid addiction is hard to come by. As part of Arizona Addicted, Arizona Public Media’s ongoing reporting series into the opioid epidemic, Jake Steinberg discussed some of the barriers to treatment and how they can make recovery difficult for people who rely on methadone to treat an addiction.

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