Opioid Treatment Center Expansion Met With Mixed Reactions

Five counties across the state are waiting for details after the state recently announced it would expand opioid treatment programs to their communities.

The centers are expected to open within the next year and will offer medication-assisted treatment to help those struggling with opioid addiction. As part of the changes, Indiana’s Medicaid program will help pay for methadone treatment starting August 1.

But, that method of recovery remains controversial. Read the full story.

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