Take Action

Tell our elected officials


Write to OASAS, Governor Cuomo, State Senator Brian Benjamin, and State Assembly member Robert Rodriguez: tell them to reduce harm reduction capacities in Harlem

Spread the word on social media


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Post your complaints on Twitter accounts of @NYSOASAS, @NYGovCuomo, @NYSenBenjamin using these hash tags: #FairShareForHarlem, #StopMedicalRedlining, #GreaterHarlem

Join upcoming events


Attend events and tell elected officials you care about this issue. Join us on January 26 in the Community Board 11 meeting to demand a cease of any increase in harm reduction capacities in Harlem

Join our coalition as an individual or invite your local organizations to join force with us. Contact us at GreaterHarlemCoalition@gmail.com . Also like us on Facebook and follow up on twitter

Also, share these latest news reporting and posts in social media to raise awareness

Photos of drug dealer in bright day light

2020 Nov: CBS coverage of issues related to oversaturation in Harlem. Share on Facebook and Twitter

Mayor De Blasio visited Harlem amidst complaints from residents

2020 Nov: Patch reports that Mayor De Blasio visited Harlem 125th Street in reaction to complaints about Harlem’s quality of life. Share on Facebook and Twitter. Read more here

Harlem has 19% of drug treatment programs but only 8% of NYC's patients
19% of NYC’s opioid treatment programs are in Harlem

Harlem has 4% of New York City’s population and 19% of drug treatment programs. Write a response on OASAS’s Twitter account to let them know 19% is too much. Click here