The Bronx Opioid Collective Impact Project relies on a robust network of community-based partners and harm reduction agencies to reduce opioid-related fatalities and increase community safety.

As part of our ongoing efforts, peer outreach workers conduct regular outreach throughout the Bronx in the communities that are most affected by the opioid crisis by conducting syringe clean ups, naloxone training to business owners/staff, community residents, CBO’s staff, as well as the Substance use population and their peers in an effort to reduce incidents of overdose. Workers provide free Narcan overdose prevention training, syringe exchanges, referrals to social services and health programs, as well as other resources.

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