NJ Health Department Opens New Harm Reduction Center to Combat Overdose Crisis
– The NJ Health Department has approved the establishment of a new harm reduction center aimed at addressing the ongoing overdose crisis in the state.
– The center will focus on overdose prevention efforts and will be highlighted on International Overdose Awareness Day.
The NJ Health Department has recently given its approval for the creation of a new harm reduction center in response to the growing overdose crisis in the state. This center aims to provide crucial support and resources to individuals struggling with substance abuse and addiction. With a focus on overdose prevention, the center will play a vital role in saving lives and addressing the ongoing public health issue.
On International Overdose Awareness Day, the NJ Health Department plans to highlight the efforts of this new harm reduction center. This day serves as a global event to raise awareness about overdose, remember those who have lost their lives, and advocate for effective prevention strategies. By shining a spotlight on the center’s work, the department hopes to bring attention to the importance of overdose prevention and encourage further action in combating this crisis.