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    Medication Assisted Treatment

    Medication Assisted Treatment, or MAT, is an effective way to treat opioid use disorder that is medically supervised and uses a prescribed medication.

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    Treatment Options in Opioid Use Disorder

    There are many treatment options for use disorder to engage in and is influenced by many factors. Learn about treatments that will work for you at this time in your life.

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    Signs of Opioid Withdrawal

    Effective treatment programs can help keep withdrawal symptoms controlled and can help people reduce or discontinue using opioids.

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    Signs of Opioid Use Disorder

    Opioid Use Disorder can be a common problem for someone taking any kind of opioid.

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    What is Naloxone?

    Naloxone can rescue someone who might take too much-prescribed medication, too much heroin, or who accidentally takes a dangerous opioid combination.

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    Responsible use of Opioids

    Opioids are a class of drug used to treat pain, and they can be effective when prescribed and taken correctly. Here are eight easy tips to use opioids safely.

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    Who is at Risk for Opioid Overdose?

    Whether dependent on their pain medicine, or on an illegal drug like heroin, know the conditions that put people at greater risk for accidental opioid overdose.

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    Preventing Opioid Overdose

    Opioid overdose can be prevented through education.Hear the stories of opioid overdose survivors and learn the risks.

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    What are Opioids?

    Opioids are class of medication used to treatment many different types of pain. Understand the types of opioids and how they affect people and the risks with long-term opioid use.

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