To save lives: We prevent the spread of HIV and HCV, help people already living with HIV and HCV access healthcare, and prevent overdoses.

To save money: Every new HIV or HCV infection prevented, overdose reversed, or person properly linked into healthcare means cost savings for New York City.

To promote public safety: Our programs collect and properly dispose of used syringes, as well as more broadly help people who use drugs and their families live well and give back to society.

To advance dignity and well-being: We reject discrimination and scapegoating of people who use drugs and instead work to build communities where individuals are valued and have the opportunity for any positive change.