Denial of Medication for Opioid Use Disorder by Residential Treatment Programs Including the Salvation Army

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Image: “Have you been denied medication for opioid use disorder at the Salvation Army or other residential treatment programs? We want to hear from you. Justice Catalyst Law and Disability Rights Advocates are investigating discrimination by the Salvation Army and other residential treatment programs against people experiencing Opioid Use Disorder. Have you experienced any of these problems at the Salvation Army or another residential treatment program? -Denied access to medication for Opioid Use Disorder – methadone, buprenorphine (e.g., Suboxone, Subutex), or naltrexone (Vivitrol), -Rejected from or kicked out of residential treatment for participating in medication for opioid use disorder. Contact us confidentially: Justice Catalyst Law Phone: 917-960-7186, Email:, Web: Disability Rights Advocates Phone: 212-644-8644, Email:, Web:” + Justice Catalyst logo and DRA logo

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