••If you do use, use safely or seek help for your addiction
••If you do use, you can call the Never Use Alone Hotline and someone will stay on the phone with you.
NO JUDGEMENT, NO SHAMING, NO PREACHING, JUST LOVE!
Call (800) 484-3731
•• Have access to Narcan
•• Let a friend or loved one know where you are
** If you are in Columbia & Greene County and need Narcan or fentanyl test strips please text NARCANKIT to 21000 and a Greener Pathways Peer advocate will connect with you to get you Narcan or strips.
If someone you know experiences an overdose call 911 Immediately. You can be protected by the Good Samaritan Law.
Overdoses have occurred in the past for people using crack, cocaine and other substances beside Opiates. Use safely and always assume your supply may be contaminated.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an unprecedented disruption to the normal operating procedures of health and human services agencies. Unfortunately, the necessity for overdose prevention and response has not abated during the pandemic. Please be aware that the substance use community faces increased risk as support services shutter or slow down operations, hospitals face severely increased caseloads, and people who use drugs are asked to socially distance from their support or safety groups.
Help is available by calling Greener Pathways at 518-291-4500 or text to 518-822-7437, Twin County Recovery Services Columbia Clinic at 518-828-9300 or Greene Clinic at 518-943-2036, Columbia Greene County Pathways To Recovery Helpline at 877-467-3365, Rensselaer County Recovery Helpline at 833-467-3123
In an emergency, call 911. Minutes matter in an overdose and you can save a life.
Greener Pathways is the Mobile Outreach Program of Twin County Recovery Services.
Download the Columbia County Health Department mobile app: https://apps.myocv.com/share/