Syringe Service Programs (SSPs) provide services to people who use drugs, including:
- Syringe access
- Naloxone access
- Hepatitis C and HIV testing, care coordination, and referrals to other services
- Health education
- Hepatitis care coordination and treatment counseling
You can get a wallet-sized fold out palm card that explains more about SSPs. The palm card also includes:
- A list of SSPs operating in New York City, along with their phone numbers, boroughs, and websites
- Harm reduction safety tips to reduce the risk of overdose for people who use drugs (use with others, get naloxone, and avoid mixing drugs)
- Information about fentanyl's presence in other drugs
The palm card is available in English, Spanish, and Russian.
Call 311 for assistance by phone.