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New Dorp »

Narcan will get to the city faster under a deal that streamlines the ordering process, officials said.

Willowbrook »

Fentanyl, original used for end-of-life patients, was linked to 44 percent of overdoses in the city.

Chelsea »

The 24-year-old man's girlfriend discovered him lying on the bathroom floor unconscious, police said.

Mott Haven »

White men between 45- to 54-years old were the most likely to die of an overdose, according to the DOH.

Arden Heights »

The girl may have ingested her mother's methadone and was given Narcan at the hospital, police said.

Crown Heights »

Powerful drugs are killing young people in the Lubavitch community, experts and locals say.

West Brighton »

The "Relay" program will fund trained peer workers to give support for overdose patients.

Rockaway Beach »

Dr. Janie Simmons has spent decades researching overdose prevention and is spearheading the program.

Fordham »

HealingNYC is a $38 million annual program to end the opioid epidemic in the city.

Bed-Stuy »

Experts demonstrated the lifesaving tactic that's easy and takes less than five minutes to learn.

New Dorp »

There have been eight suspected ODs, five fatal, since Dec. 21, the District Attorney said.

Great Kills »

The city's new public safety ads promote the use of naloxone, a drug that reverses opioid overdoses 

St. George »

Nicole Garbellotto was arrested for DWI and operating a motor vehicle while impaired by drugs.

Bloomfield »

The NYPD saved 82 people from overdoses since equipping officers in Staten Island with naloxone in 2014.

Eltingville »

Mayor Bill de Blasio and elected officials announced that about 190 pharmacies will sell naloxone.