Politico reports on OnPoint NYC’s overdose prevention centers:

“Overdose prevention centers, where people with substance use disorder consume illicit drugs under supervision, keep people alive and prevent them from using drugs in public, those involved in a New York City program say.

Still, supervised drug use remains in a legal gray zone, holding back its widespread implementation, officials from the city’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and representatives of OnPoint NYC, which runs the sites, wrote in a study published in the NEJM Catalyst this week.”

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