On August 1, 2018, the Kenton County, Kentucky Detention Center (KCDC), in partnership with Aetna and the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, launched a new program that links jail addiction treatment and community-based reentry services. The program blends in-jail addiction treatment for opioid use disorder (OUD) and re-entry preparation with post-release community-based addiction treatment services and case management. Both the in-jail program and the post-release services include medication assisted treatment (MAT), cognitive behavioral therapy, and peer support. The in-jail program is offered to all KCDC inmates with OUD. The post-release arm of . . .