“My first 48 hours out”: drug users’ perspectives on challenges and strategies upon release from prison

Harm Reduction Journal (2021)

Daniela Jamin , et al.

Prisoners report much higher prevalence rates of drug use and more harmful consumption patterns than the general population. People who use drugs have above-average experiences with the criminal justice system in general, and the prison system and subsequent release situations in particular. Release from prison is associated with increased mortality rates among drug users due to the risk of overdose. The EU-funded project ‘My first 48 hours out’ aimed to address the gaps in continuity of care for long-term drug users in prison and upon release, with a special focus on drug user’s perspectives on needs and challenges upon release.

“My first 48 hours out”: drug users’ perspectives on challenges and strategies upon release from prison

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