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Table 1 Characteristics of ROAR Participant Recruitment Pool, March 2019, N = 235

From: Reducing overdose after release from incarceration (ROAR): study protocol for an intervention to reduce risk of fatal and non-fatal opioid overdose among women after release from prison

  N (%)   N (%)
Age Group:   Offense Type:  
 31 to 45 124 (52.8%) Property 114 (48.5%)
 25 to 30 54 (23.0%) Person 69 (29.4%)
 46 to 60 35 (14.9%) Statute 52 (22.1%)
 18 to 24 19 (8.1%)   
 61 and Up 3 (1.3%)   
Race/Ethnicity:   Drug Offense:  
 White 182 (77.4%) None 158 (67.2%)
 Black 26 (11.1%) Some Drug Offenses 54 (23.0%)
 Hispanic 16 (6.8%) Only Drug Offenses 23 (9.8%)
 American Indian 7 (1.3%)   
 Asian 3 (1.3%)   
 Pacific Islander 1 (0.4%)   
Mental Health Status:
 Severe Mental Health Problems 90 (38.3%)   
 Would Benefit From Treatment 36 (15.3%)   
 No Reported Need 35 (14.9%)   
 Highest Treatment Need 31 (13.2%)   
 Moderate Need 29 (12.3%)   
 No Treatment Need 14 (6.0%)