The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that one out of every five needle exchanges is unable to function.
The organization is also finding that some people are being turned away because they have a needle exchange card.
The CDC has set up a program to help those in need.
The National Organization for People Abused in Childhood is providing free information and support to help families of people who have been turned away by needle exchanges.
We are also calling on the needle exchange community to be transparent and accountable.
We know that there is a lot of work to do in the needle exchanges community.
It takes time and effort to maintain safe and effective needle exchange programs.
If you have a safe, healthy needle exchange program in your area, contact us to find out more.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services also has a partnership with the United Nations to help ensure safe, clean, and affordable access to HIV prevention and care.
If you or someone you know needs help, call the National HIV Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.