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As is the case for pregnant women with OUD, there are important opportunities to identify and treat people in the criminal justice system who are at risk of progressing to more severe OUD and overdose. However, the most effective evidence-based approaches for addressing OUD and reducing overdose risk (Connock et al., 2007) have historically been inaccessible to people who are incarcerated in the United States. The social, medical, and economic benefits of providing MAT in correctional settings have been well documented (Deck et al., 2009; Dolan et al., 2003; Heimer et al., 2006; Kerr et al., 2007; Kinlock et al., 2009; MacArthur et al., 2012; Mattick et al., 2009; McKenzie et al., 2012; Rich et al., 2015; Zaller et al., 2013). Although the World Health Organization (WHO, 2009) and SAMHSA (Miller and Hendrie, 2008) have strongly endorsed the use of MAT to treat OUD in criminal justice settings, there has been little to no implementation or routine use of MAT in U.S. jail and prison settings (Lee et al., 2015; Vestal, 2016).
The use of MAT for the treatment of women with OUD who are pregnant has a long history, beginning with the implementation of methadone pharmacotherapy in the late 1960s. Initially, the FDA mandated methadone-assisted withdrawal for pregnant women, but it quickly reversed this decision following the occurrence of adverse pregnancy events (Blinick et al., 1969; Jones et al., 1999). Currently, questions often arise about exposure of the fetus to the medication as the newborn may experience withdrawal that requires treatment, and there have been calls recently for pregnant women wth OUD to be withdrawn from all opioids, including treatment medications. However, the risk of withdrawal is deemed much less important than the benefits of treatment. The 1993 and 2004 SAMHSA Treatment Improvement Protocols for OUD, the 1997 National Institutes of Health Consensus Panel on Effective Medical Treatment of Opioid Addiction, the 2012 American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and American Society of Addiction Medicine Joint Opinion, the WHO 2014 Guidelines for the Identification and Management of Substance Use and Substance Use Disorders in Pregnancy, and the 2016 SAMHSA Collaborative Approach to the Treatment of Pregnant Women with Opioid Use Disorders all recommend MAT for pregnant women as the standard of care. The underlying principle behind the use of MAT during pregnancy is that it prevents erratic maternal opioid levels and protects the fetus from repeated episodes of withdrawal. In addition, it ensures that the woman is engaged in the health care system and promotes prenatal care, which results in healthier outcomes for both mother and infant (Kaltenbach et al., 1998).
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