Dr Beatrice Stambul, former Head of the Center for Prevention and Addiction Treatment (CSAPA) tells us the situation of OST in France.

22 Feb 2017

OST history in France is a long and surprising one. When drug treatment was entrusted to public service psychiatrists only, it was almost unanimously rejected. In the early seventies, only 52 places were allowed in France for access to methadone, and most professionals refused to open those facilities. 

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