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Watch: California Pays Drug Users To Stay Clean

Watch: California Pays Drug Users To Stay Clean

素人色情片Health News senior correspondent Angela Hart appeared on 鈥檚 鈥溾 last week to explain how California is trying to help hard-drug users kick their habit by paying them to stay clean.

California was the first state to expand access to this cutting-edge addiction treatment, called 鈥,鈥 in its Medicaid program. Washington and Montana have since followed.

California is focusing on stimulants like meth and cocaine. Under the program, participants must pee into a cup regularly, and if the urine is free of stimulants, they get paid with a gift card, starting at $10 for the first test. The longer they abstain, the more they鈥檙e paid 鈥 up to $599 a year.

to watch Hart discuss the treatment on 鈥淟A Times Today.鈥

You can read Hart鈥檚 in-depth article about California鈥檚 initiative. She also wrote about national efforts to encourage other states to adopt the novel approach.


California Pays Meth Users To Get Sober

California鈥檚 Medicaid program is testing a novel approach for people addicted to methamphetamine, cocaine, and other stimulants. For every clean urine test, they can earn money 鈥 up to $599 a year.

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