Fifteen counties are sharing $720,000 in grants to help the county jails provide at least two forms of medication assisted opioid addiction treatment in both a jail-based setting and a community-based setting. The funding was awarded by Arnold Ventures, with the support of the Department of Justice (DOJ). By participating, the counties will receive guidance on how to overcome barriers to providing opioid treatment in jails and communities. The counties are working with subject matter experts to create treatment guidelines, manage administration of the medications, and educate jail staff about addiction. The counties are developing a plan . . .