Syringe Exchange Programs

in New York City

What is a Syringe Exchange Program?

Syringe Exchange Programs provide low-barrier access to clean and safe syringes for people who use substances. Using the harm reduction model, syringe exchange programs reduce the risk drastically for the transmission of diseases contracted through blood such as HIV and Hepatitis C. Syringe exchange programs are an intergral part of the Harm Reduction approach to substance use treatment.

For more information about the Harm Reduction Movement please visit the National Harm Reduction Coalition.

Positive Health Project Syringe Exchange Program

at Housing Works, Inc.
Monday - Friday10:00a - 8:00pSaturday10:00a - 6:00p
212.465.8304website
301 West 37th Street, Second Floorat Eight AvenueNew York, New York 10012
Midtown West, Manhattan
Listing ID: 1831381969
Positive Health Project provides a range of services for substance users, including syringe exchange, health education, overdose prevention, case management, and benefits counseling.
Those who wish to remain anonymous may receive limited services. Confidential expanded services are available but limited registration is required.
Program Highlights
  • Anonymous Syringe Exchange
  • Hepatitis C Care Navigation
  • Safer Works Dispensation
  • Safe Disposal
  • Fentanyl Education & Testing Kits

Requirements
  • Some services may require confidential registration.

Restrictions
  • None.
Services
  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Harm Reduction Counseling
  • Transgender Support Group
  • Overdose Prevention Education
  • Fentanyl Education & Narcan dispensation
  • Harm Reduction Medicaid Services
  • Peer Delivered Services
  • Personal Hygiene Kits & Shower Access
  • Sexually Transmitted Infection Education & Testing
  • HIV & HEP C Testing
  • HIV Pre- & Post-Exposure Treatment Access (PrEP/PEP)
  • COVID-19 Education, Testing, and Vaccinations
  • Acupuncture Services