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Greenwood Heights »

The men stepped out for a smoke and were discovered unconscious by the son's girlfriend, police said.

South Beach »

A Columbia University study found that areas with the most overdoses have the least access to services.

St. George »

There were 29 total suspected ODs since July 17, with of those saved by naloxone, officials said.

South Beach »

Doctors prescribed 2.77 million opioid pills in New York City in 2016, according to tracking data.

High Bridge »

The mayor urged Congress to consider the national opioid crisis in its health care proposals.

Port Richmond »

Stephen Cummings was the first person in the city charged with manslaughter for selling drugs.

Eltingville »

Dr. David Taylor was indicted for writing prescriptions for millions of dollars worth of illegal pills.

Lighthouse Hill »

Federal prosecutors filed to seize Dr. Lazar Feygin's six properties and several bank accounts.

Charleston »

The allocation includes $10,000 for Christopher's Reason in Charleston.

New Dorp »

The city had 344 overdose deaths so far this year, an almost 22 percent increase from a year ago.

Fordham »

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

St. George »

The HOPE program will dismiss lower level drug arrests if the suspect seeks treatment.

Civic Center »

The city's overdose rate is three times as high as the murder rate, prompting police action. 

New Dorp »

The governor also wants to add the synthetic drug fentanyl to the controlled substance list.