Washington Heights CORNER Project
Washington Heights CORNER Project’s (WHCP) mission is to significantly improve the health and quality of life of people who use drugs. To help overcome stigma and systemic barriers to care, we provide support and services in an empowering and non- judgmental environment and apply a participant-driven harm reduction approach. We expand access to clean syringes through street-based outreach, and provide resources, advocacy, and a broad range of educational, health and referral services that reduce risks associated with drug use, including HIV, viral hepatitis and overdose.
WHCP is located on the 2nd Floor of 566 West 181st Street which is located on the SE corner of St. Nicholas Avenue in Washington Heights.
Mondays, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Tuesdays, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Wednesdays, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Thursdays, 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Fridays, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Hamilton Heights Waivered Hours
Saturdays 8-10 pm October to March, and 9-11 pm April to September between 135th Street and 155th Street (Hudson River to Edgecombe)
Office: (212) 923-7600
24-Hour Outreach Line: (800) 761-6990
Condom Program: (888) 414-5921
Fax: (855) 217-5841
WHCP also provides Peer Delivered Syringe Exchange and ‘Walkabout’ Outreach in and around the George Washington Bridge Port Authority Bus Terminal as well as within the neighborhoods of Hamilton Heights and Inwood. Please call our outreach line if you would like to locate an outreach worker or have a team member come to you.
Do you live in Hamilton Heights, Washington Heights or Inwood? Are you unable or unwilling to access Syringe Exchange at WHCP’s main office? Please contact our 24-hour Outreach Line (800-761-6990) to set up a drop-off to your location. We will provide an assessment over the phone and will make sure to deliver supplies specific to your needs on the same day (M-F).
Hazardous Waste Pick-Up
WHCP staff are also more than happy to come to your residence to pick up injection-related hazardous waste, contact our Outreach Line for more information.
Know a park or pubic area in Northern Manhattan where there are improperly discarded syringes? Please contact us immediately so we can dispose of them properly.