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About Opiate Addiction & Treatment Resource (OATR)
The website is based in North America and aims to provide accurate, up-to-date information about opioids, addiction and dependence, and available treatment options. With the current epidemic of opioid abuse across North America, education on the topics of opioids and opioid addiction is greatly needed. We hope that the information provided on this website will help educate the public and promote a deeper understanding around these issues. Our Methadone Clinic Directory for the U.S. and Canada serves to further our goal of improving access to existing treatment options for opioid addiction. In addition to the methadone clinic directory, we also provide information on a range of other treatment options for opioid addiction, which we hope will encourage more addicts to seek treatment.
The policies and practices of harm reduction are central to our beliefs here at OATR. Harm reduction as it relates to drug use is a set of practical strategies and ideas aimed at reducing negative consequences associated with drug use. Harm reduction incorporates a range of strategies from safer use, to managed use, to abstinence to meet drug users "where they're at," addressing conditions of use along with the use itself. Because harm reduction demands that interventions and policies designed to serve drug users reflect specific individual and community needs, there is no universal definition of or formula for implementing harm reduction.
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