Syringe exchange programs in Ohio
As Ohio continues to struggle with the impact of widespread opiate addiction, the need for recovery services continues to outpace supply. As the scope of the problem keeps growing, syringe exchange programs have emerged as an appropriate public health strategy to reduce communicable infections associated with injecting drugs and sharing needles. The recent report from Community Solutions' Public Policy Fellow Tara Britton serves as a resource for local health districts and other entities in Ohio reviewing whether the communities they serve would benefit from a syringe exchange program. Click here to download the full report.