David Sandman, President of the New York Health Foundation, discusses OnPoint NYC’s overdose prevention centers in his new blog:

As he writes,”More than 5,100 New Yorkers died from an opioid-related overdose in 2022 alone. That same year in New York City, a record number of people died of overdoses; fentanyl was involved in the vast majority of those fatalities…One bright spot in this darkness is OnPoint NYC, which operates the only two Overdose Prevention Centers (OPCs) up and running in the United States.”

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