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When that happens, staff will help the person – STRUNG out and now a little stressed – fish their drugs out of the rubbish. On their way out, they might have a blood test, their first DENTAL check-up in years, or just a hot cup of Milo. “We enable people to inject in the centre because that’s what they do,” the medical director, Nico Clark, tells Guardian Australia during a recent visit to the North Richmond Community Health Centre. “The majority are dependent on their SUBSTANCES. The purpose is not to be a place that facilitates injection per se, the PURPOSE is to keep people alive.”