Supervised injection site

When a disillusioned young advocate didn’t think public health officials were taking drug overdose deaths seriously, he vowed to step in.
The proposed San Francisco facility was meant to keep people safe and alive, not cure their addictions.
There's no evidence behind the Justice Department's claim that sites are "very dangerous."
The SIF model is a very positive development, but the user still has to find the drugs to inject (and may well be committing crimes in order to finance the purchase). I
It's easy to judge from a distance, but the people who have problems with the harm-reduction model just have never seen Hell like I have.
A person addicted to heroin needs the drug as much as a diabetic needs insulin. How he or she gets it is problematic, but until we legalize and tax heroin, we need outreach programs to alleviate suffering and save lives.