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  • Addiction-recovery homes across Oklahoma are turning away people who are trying to escape opioid addiction by taking medications considered highly effective for recovery.

    Oxford House, one of the state’s largest networks of recovery homes for drug and alcohol addiction, is trying to convince more of its residences to accept applicants who are taking prescription drugs that curb cravings and withdrawal symptoms, like Suboxone or methadone. But resistance is strong.

    Each of the 110 Oxford Houses in the state – there are 2,400 nationally – is autonomous, and residents vote on whether to allow applicants to live there.



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