Plan to End Methadone Use at Albuquerque Jail Prompts Alarm

For the last six years, New Mexico’s largest jail has been administering methadone to inmates with drug addictions -- one of a small number of jails and prisons around the country that do so. In November, however, the jail’s warden said he wanted to stop treating inmates with methadone.
January 7, 2013

For the last six years, New Mexico’s largest jail has been administering methadone to inmates with drug addictions -- one of a small number of jails and prisons around the country that do so. In November, however, the jail’s warden said he wanted to stop treating inmates with methadone.

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