Individuals residing in frontier, rural, and remote areas of the country may have similar prevalence rates of drug and alcohol dependence as their urban colleagues, but their mortality rates and risks for suicide are higher and in general their alcohol and drug problems more severe. This is due, in part, to delays in seeking help due to limited access to substance use disorders (SUDs) treatment and recovery services.
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