BCBSRI review: Addiction treatment benefits from peers, meds, primary care

PROVIDENCE – Peer recovery participants tend to stay longer in substance abuse treatment when the programs are accompanied by medication-assisted treatment and a primary care doctor, according to an assessment released last week by Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island. Peer recovery programs include support from people who have experienced both addiction and…

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