Through word of mouth, a mobile addiction unit has become the most well known place in Pennsylvania to get treatment for opioid use. The mobile unit helps over 700 people a month by providing Vivitrol and reaches all types of people from different economic backgrounds.
Stu, who started out as one of the first seven patients, now drives the van and is the logistics manager. The RV is parked in empty lots, often near county jails, or wherever convenient for people to reach it.
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