Keywords : HEALTH CARE ACESS
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 5645-5651
COVID-19 pandemic raises the risk of symptoms exacerbation and recurrence by added stressors and diminished service coverage in individuals with existing and remitted substance use disorder (SUD). Mutual service agencies and addiction network centres have expanded access to remote rehabilitation help sessions. However, systematic experiments have not yet been carried out in order to examine online rehabilitation support to inform best practises1–3. Without such experiments the risk-to-benefit ratio indicates an analysis of applicable literature which is taken into account in the light of future challenges and disadvantages. Provided that access to resources by SUD is restricted in person as a result of COVID-19 safeguards, online recovery assistance meetings can help minimise a vital public health issue while a public health pandemic continues.