Reducing barriers and getting creative: 10 federal options to increase treatment access for opioid use disorder and reduce fatal overdoses

Executive summary Opioid-related harms in the United States extend far beyond the death toll, but the recent change in the composition of these deaths is shocking. While deaths involving prescription opioids and heroin have stabilized (and may be on the decline), overdose deaths involving much more potent illicitly produced synthetic opioids like fentanyl have skyrocketed—from … Continue reading Reducing barriers and getting creative: 10 federal options to increase treatment access for opioid use disorder and reduce fatal overdoses