mobile treatment vehicle

$2 Million To Boost Fight Against Opioid Crisis

Providers can receive up to $200,000 to establish mobile medication units to provide addiction medicine services.
Public Health
COVID-19 News
New York State is here to provide resources, guidance, and support for individuals, families, and providers who are navigating the COVID-19 pandemic. Practice social distancing, get vaccinated, and stay connected with your recovery and each other. Addiction prevention, treatment, and recovery services are still available remotely via phone/video or from a safe distance in person amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Recent Actions

Upcoming training events and webinars including opioid overdose prevention trainings in how to recognize and respond to an overdose with naloxone.

For Providers

Funding
Procurement Opportunities
Search our list of available funding opportunities for not-for-profit organizations, local governmental units, and other businesses to support a comprehensive system of addiction services.