Treatment, supportive services (groups, meetings, self-help), sober housing, access to Naloxone, and syringe access


Treatment Options Find where you can get the treatment you need to overcome opiate addiction. - learn more

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Supportive Services Find groups, meetings, and self-help to get the support you need. Support Services for Opiate Users

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Access to Naloxone When taken during an overdose, Naloxone blocks the effects of opioids on the brain and restores breathing. It can be given as an injection into a muscle or a nasal spray. Click here to see where you can get naloxone. Access to Naloxone

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Syringe Access Safe Point offers syringe access and safer injection use education; HIV/STI/Hepatitis C testing and linkage to care; primary medical care; drug intervention treatment and counseling; and overdose prevention education. Safe Point

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Recovery Housing Find a drug-and-alcohol-free place to live; content under construction and coming soon.