As an RN, I have been watching the overdose epidemic unfold and talk with front line personnel directly affected by it. Instead of decriminalizing the drugs, we need to in a safe place, offer the drugs (so the source is safe) and the equipment and place to use them. For those who want their own drugs, they can still use the space. It would be run by RN's, social workers, paramedics (to help with overdoses), pharmacists and perhaps doctors (though with paramedics there, the doctor can be accessed at the hospital). No carfentynal used and direct access to medical help for all issues, housing, nutrition, side effects, health issues, etc. More of these and mobile health units will much better deal with the problems. BC also needs to push the federal government for better and more often border and custom searches to catch the drugs and people bringing them.