Earlier this week, the U.S. Department of Justice signaled that it might be open to allowing overdose prevention sites to operate.

Haven Wheelock, Outside In’s Drug Users Health Services Program Supervisor, spoke with KATU about the future of overdose prevention sites here in Oregon.

“There’s data on overdose prevention sites globally for over 30 years. The evidence is pretty clear that they are an effective intervention.” Read the full article here.

Haven Wheelock, a woman with long brown hair and a yellow sweater, stands in front of the Willamette River with a bridge in the background