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Nevada is doing its component to deal with a challenging component of the opioid dilemma. Ana Kasparian, Brian Unger, and Amberia Allen, the hosts of The Young Turks, tell you concerning the innovative means they are fighting the spread of condition. Inform us what you think in the remark area listed below.

" Las vega is banking on a new strategy to combat rising heroin and also HIV rates: vending equipments of clean needles.

But the syringe exchange vending machines, a first in the USA, typically aren't available to simply anybody strolling by. They are accessible to clients of Trac-B Exchange, a program run by the Las vega Hard Reduction Center.

As well as the machines do not take loan. Rather, drug users scan a card as well as get in a distinct ID number in order to vend one of the colorfully gift-wrapped boxes inside.

" This is a harm decrease method," stated Chelsi Cheatom, program manager for Trac-B Exchange, in a meeting with NBC Las vega affiliate KSNV. "People are currently exchanging in these habits, as well as anytime somebody's engaging in an actions that can create them some possible health adverse effects, we intend to motivate them to decrease their threat of injury."

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52 comments

  1. Posted by quaxk, at Reply

    how is that helping solve the opioid crisis? if anything it’s enabling it…

    • Posted by Anomic Anchorite, at Reply

      Portugal

    • Posted by sean fast, at Reply

      quaxk nope wrong try agian

    • Posted by sean fast, at Reply

      quaxk get off tyt u comment every vid to troll get a life u ignorant pos

    • Posted by eddie b, at Reply

      no it is not the same as giving condoms to teens. Its needles…to inject drugs into your veins… this is the problem with such simple, idiotic thinking. Who pays for this?

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Kevin Moron
      The first thing to realize is that there is no war on drugs.

  2. Posted by JustMish 2U, at Reply

    I’m very pleased with this program from a medical and psychological perspective.

    • Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

      Republicans dont like this since it helps people.

    • Posted by Four-Eyed Koi, at Reply

      Kevin Montrond They do if it helps some one they care about. Only then.

    • Posted by Ameri Wryter, at Reply

      ur both correct

    • Posted by Satanic Satanist, at Reply

      Four-Eyed Koi and if it makes them rich, don’t forget that, the one thing republicans love more than super rich people is their money.

  3. Posted by Budred123, at Reply

    Yeah, this makes sense, definitely more effective than legalizing and regulating drugs and spending the money from taxes on rehabilitation and education. Vending machines for needles makes way more sense.

    • Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

      Its a step in reducing the problem.

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Kevin
      There is no problem. It’s another of those Russian conspiracy theories.

    • Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

      Trolltard7 lives in an alternate universe where there is no drug problem.

    • Posted by Budred123, at Reply

      It’s not really a step, it’s more of a lazy attempt to get around the real issue.

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      If there’s a problem here, it’s an internal one. A failure of character.

  4. Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

    brilliant idea, and i say kudos to this idea, because addiction isn’t something you can just turn off! these machines help keep the spread of diseases in check with clean and unshared needles! give it time.

    • Posted by J1rst, at Reply

      They need to be put in jail they are criminals.

    • Posted by cmm3699, at Reply

      J1rst if they rob a store to score money for drugs, yes they’re criminals. But someone just doing drugs shouldn’t be thrown in jail, they need help and being thrown in a jail is no help at all. Sometimes it’s making it worse.

    • Posted by Miss B, at Reply

      Jamie Cox Hastings has a program where they prescribe actual heroin. They also have safe medical places to shoot up.

    • Posted by Anomic Anchorite, at Reply

      +Jamie Cox Actually ibogaine hydrochloride can turn it off but it is as illegal as heroin. If that isn’t outrageous enough then you need to check out our new drug czar’s background.

  5. Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

    This will reduce infection rates for diseases but republicans don’t want this since it helps the population.

    • Posted by ilovehavaianas1, at Reply

      In Australia we have something similar to this program, when I was 14 and I heard this I was like why give addicts the option to do more drugs. Then I worked in a department that provided this program and I understood why this initiative was so important

    • Posted by Michelle Michelle, at Reply

      Kevin Montrond The “white” population. As THAT is the only reason it’s being referred to as an epidemic, why its not being criminalized, and why everyone is suddenly so concerned about addiction…..just sayin

    • Posted by eddie b, at Reply

      Love how a stupid communist is suggesting what would make US excellent

    • Posted by Chaoitcme, at Reply

      Ab4n1S G If your statement is true then why are the states with the highest GDP also the most liberal?

  6. Posted by J Briggs, at Reply

    TYT and their fans thought that the law against knowingly spreading HIV was racist, and that spreading aids knowingly should be a misdemeanor.

  7. Posted by gzipper33, at Reply

    I wonder where these great ideas were to “help” addicts during the crack epidemic in the 80’s

    • Posted by etherraichu, at Reply

      This isnt to fix the problem of addiction. Its to reduce the spread of disease through shared needles.

    • Posted by eddie b, at Reply

      yes its racist that blacks smoke crack

    • Posted by Anders Raben Hansen, at Reply

      Nobody had thought of the concept until the early 2000’s. Today many European countries has used this way of helping addicts for a decade or more. USA is just way behind once again.

    • Posted by dustigenes, at Reply

      Anders Raben Hansen Actually in some places in Canada we have been distributing free syringes, waters, wipes and condoms since the early 1990’s. They added cookers and crack pipes 7 – 10 years ago. Your right, the states are far behind.

  8. Posted by Glumo, at Reply

    White privilege. Crack or weed epidemic among blacks? Jail the thugs and line the pockets of private prisons.
    Opioid epidemic among whites? Oh no! We have to help these poor citizens in distress!

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Just remember to get married and raise your kids with decency.

    • Posted by Budred123, at Reply

      Tell that to the thousands of white people in jail for opioids then.

    • Posted by EVOLVEDSAVAGE, at Reply

      Please remove your thumbnail before i murder you!!!!

  9. Posted by Casey Ryan, at Reply

    Us white people and our meth habits are ruining the world. We are becoming an inconvenience to everyone else. Most of us should be purged. We’re taking up way too much space.

    • Posted by Uproar, at Reply

      Found the jew

  10. Posted by Miss B, at Reply

    Where I live there is a needle exchange program. Lots of people use it, and I don’t know what some of them would be doing without it. I knew a guy that had HIV, and it was important to have new sterilized needles, and works every time. Not all junkies will share needles. They may if they already have Hep C, and who knows what else, and that’s why they don’t care anymore…so they share only to spread it further. Addiction is not going away, and as long as there is a “New Face of Heorin” and overdoses happening in their home, or neighborhood, there may just be a bit of hope. We all know it’s been around, and been an epidemic in poor areas for years…but they’re going to start caring now that it’s hitting close to home.

    • Posted by Benjamin Griffith, at Reply

      People have used opiates for hundreds if not thousands of years. Drugs are not going anywhere. It is a medical issue not a criminal issue. (think we are on the same page)

    • Posted by Miss B, at Reply

      Benjamin Griffith I agree

  11. Posted by Juwoki, at Reply

    Why do you have to sell the needles?? A whole lot of European countries are giving them out free of charge for DECADES!
    Why is the US so far behind on almost ANY important topic??

    • Posted by Benjamin Griffith, at Reply

      The US has and does in some areas but a lot of the US is all about incarcerating people. They are making way too much money to change anything sadly…..

    • Posted by eddie b, at Reply

      hey juwoki i dont feel like paying for addicts to shoot drugs all day 🙂

  12. Posted by qvistus82, at Reply

    Who would be encouraged to do iv drugs? It’s not like it’s the sexiest and grooviest thing that kids do these days. I think this is extremely positive thing. My country, Finland, has places where you could go exchange needles, get tests, condoms and you could talk to the workers. And it’s completely anonymous. You’re not registered into any system. It might be the only place where a drug addict is treated like a human.

  13. Posted by Shirokuro Max, at Reply

    in mexico you can buy a clean syringe like for two pesos. and get free condoms. and free meals. how come usa has just started to have affordable seringes? i thought usa was first world

  14. Posted by alejandro frade angel, at Reply

    I think is just better to follow the example of Portugal and create centers for safe use…this just seems so, Coca-Cola…hahahah

  15. Posted by johnmburt1960, at Reply

    OFFS, just sell syringes without a prescription at pharmacies.

  16. Posted by K Owens, at Reply

    My sister-in-law shoots meth. She won’t use a dirty needle and she’s too embarrassed to buy her own needles. (She’ll pay $2 a needle from other users for a new one) But regardless, she always finds one.. they’ll get high one way or another.

  17. Posted by Johnny Blazem, at Reply

    This is racist

  18. Posted by Ian Hardin, at Reply

    Anyone who believes centers for treatment, such as these, won’t have to fight off subpoena requests from our current AG, raise your hand. I mean, we are, more and more, leaning to the point where each and every part of our criminal justice system will be privatized and monetized. In Alabama, they just allowed a Birmingham CHURCH to for a law enforcement division! Private, RELIGIOUS cops, with ARREST AUTHORITY! Think about that. Keep thinking about that. You can be arrested by a Police Officer and taken to a private jail. Until your trial, you are essentially the property of some company/church. Once the cost benefit of arresting drug-user reaches a certain point, do you really think Sessions will NOT start wanting lists of potential drug possessors? This whole ‘United States of America’ thing is NOT working out…