Gail Dufault, the Transitional Healthcare Coordinator at the Barnstable County House of Corrections, checks that a dose of Vivitrol is mixed properly before administering the drug to inmate Kenneth Saglibene at the prison in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts September 2, 2014. Barnstable is believed to be the first jail in the country to launch an intensive voluntary recovery program for opiate-addicted inmates with the use of Vivitrol, an injectable non-narcotic drug that blocks receptors in the brain and bars addicts from getting high off heroin and other opioids for about 25 days, at a cost of about $1,000 a shot. Picture taken September 2, 2014. To match Feature USA-HEROIN/PRISONS/ REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW DRUGS HEALTH) - GM1EA940D8X01
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Webster Capital-backed BayMark Health Services purchased one of the largest networks of opioid-treatment clinics north of the border, Buyouts has learned. BayMark, Lewisville, Texas, acquired Canadian Addiction Treatment Centers, which operates 70-plus clinic locations throughout Ontario, 19 pharmacies and one residential ...