Naloxone is a medication that reverses overdoses from opioids such as heroin and prescription painkillers. New Yorkers can get this life-saving medication without prescription from community organizations and pharmacies.
View more information and distribution locations from the Department of Health Naloxone page: http://www1.nyc.gov/site/doh/health/health-topics/naloxone.page
Quick reference to participating pharmacies in the neighborhood:
CVS 222 E 34th Street
CVS 292 Madison Avenue
CVS 150 E 42nd Street
Duane Reade 465 2nd Ave
Duane Reade 585 2nd Avenue
Duane Reade 485 Lexington Ave
Duane Reade 155 E 34th Street
Duane Reade 300 E 39th Street
NYC Health + Hospitals Pride Health Center located at Bellevue in Kips Bay, 462 First Avenue. Open Mondays and Fridays 9am to noon, with availability on Tuesday and Thursday for urgent appointments. Beyond the center's specific hours, LGBTQ-affirming care is still available full-time. To make an appointment, call 844-NYC-4NYC.
NYC Well Offers Free and Confidential Help for Mental Health Support
NYC Well is a free and confidential way to get help if you or someone close to you needs mental health support. You can text "Well" to 65173 or call 1-888-NYC-WELL (1-888-692-9355) for anything from crisis counseling to appointments with mental health professionals. Click here to visit the website.
NYU Langone Family Support Program - Peer Mentor Program for Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias Caregivers
Ann Burgunder- 646-754-2283
Thea Micoli - 646-754-2282
Office Address: 145 E. 32"d St. (Lex./3'd Ave.) I 8th Fl. - Rm. 830
Related Document: NYUPeerMentorProgram.pdf
- Living with employer - Poor living conditions - Multiple people in cramped space - Inability to speak to individual alone - Answers appear to be scripted and rehearsed - Employer is holding identity documents - Signs of physical abuse - Submissive or fearful - Unpaid or paid very little - Under 18 and in prostitution
Abductors, pimps, organized crime rings and terrorists will continue to highly profit off of human beings through slavery. By taking action and sharing information, we become part of the solution.
Resources provided by New York State: https://www.oasas.ny.gov/accesshelp/index.cfm
Resources provide by New York City: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/doh/health/health-topics/alcohol-and-drug-use.page