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Promoting collaboration between law enforcement and healthcare providers through Crisis Intervention Teams (CIT) helps ensure that individuals in crisis due to substance use receive appropriate care CIT programs train law enforcement officers to handle mental health and addiction-related emergencies with empathy and understanding, emphasizing de-escalation and connection to treatment.

In conclusion, ongoing strategies to address the methamphetamine crisis encompass community-based peer mentoring, mindfulness interventions, recovery-friendly housing initiatives, school-based prevention, policy advocacy, and collaboration between law enforcement and healthcare. By continuing to diversify and refine our approaches, we can work towards a future where individuals affected by methamphetamine addiction receive comprehensive, supportive, and individualized care.

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