A Rural Community's Perspective on the Causes of and Solutions to the Opioid Crisis in Southern Virginia: A Qualitative Study
Results of a study to gain insight into the perceptions, knowledge, and experiences of members of a southern Virginia rural community affected by the opioid crisis, to inform the development of local strategies to address the problem. Examines barriers and facilitators to treatment programs and offers recommendations for targeting populations at risk.
Angelina J. Hargrove, Carlin Rafie, Emily Zimmerman, Dawn E. Moser
Rural and Remote Health, 22(2), 7152
Access · Appalachia · Community and faith-based initiatives · Community engagement and volunteerism · Illicit drug use · Prescription drug misuse · Public health · Virginia