The revision could allow any community in Colorado to authorize supervised injection.
Denver officials laid the groundwork for a conversation that could bring one of the first supervised sites where people can inject drugs such as heroin and methamphetamine.
No city in the United States has allowed this kind of facility. In Denver, the Harm Reduction Action Center on Colfax Avenue hopes to be among the first.
A pilot program would need authorization from the Colorado General Assembly and the Denver City Council. The process is likely to be contentious.
Denver Public Library wants $51 million for surveillance, safety and other renovations at central branch
Following a number of reports of drug use and violence at Denver Central Library, there are short-term and long-term plans to improve safety.
The opioid crisis in Colorado: Plunging prices. Twice as many deaths. Twenty times more confiscated heroin.
Authorities seized about 269 pounds of heroin in Colorado in 2015, nearly 17 times more than they had in 2011, according to a troubling new report.
Government agencies in Denver just announced a new strategy for treating drug addiction and reducing the number of people in jail.
Methamphetamine addiction is at an all time high in Denver as cheap and potent meth from Mexico floods the city, Colorado Public Radio reported.
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The Colorado Department of Human Services received $950,000 Thursday to combat opioid overdoses.
Denver police officers now have the power to temporarily ban people from public spaces, and they're starting to use it.
“We want to bring those who have just been here for a little while together with people who have been here for 45, 55 years.”