Drug User Health Hubs in New York State (NYS): Results of a qualitative study describing services offered in a novel co-located harm reduction and treatment model


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Background/Objectives: Co-located models of care at syringe service programs (SSPs) can improve health outcomes for persons who inject drugs (PWID). The NYS Department of Health has provided enhanced funding to some SSPs, designating them as “Drug User Health Hubs,” designed to promote services addressing opioid overdoses, including buprenorphine treatment. An improved understanding of the impleme...


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