WA - Medications for Opioid Use Disorder Poster
Discrimination against people with disabilities is unlawful. Substance use disorder is a condition that results in impairment in daily life.* Accordingly, under the Washington Law Against Discrimination (“WLAD”), RCW 49.60.040(7), the definition of “disability” covers substance use disorder.
Refusing or limiting a person from accessing programs, jobs, housing, or services (“protected activities”) because they take prescribed medications for opioid use disorder could violate the WLAD. Similarly, requiring individuals to stop taking or to change their medication for opioid use disorder, as a condition of participating in protected activities that they are otherwise eligible for may be discriminatory.
- Bilingual: English and Spanish
- Poster Size: 11" x 17"
- Front and back sides are laminated
- Quality printing in full color
- Made in USA