The Big Apple’s new supervised injection site for drug addicts in East Harlem sits right across the street from a daycare for toddlers, leaving parents with new worries about safety in the already tough neighborhood.
The Echo Park Children and Family Center at 1841 Park Ave. sits directly across the street from the legalized shooting gallery at 104-106 East 126th St., which previously just provided needle exchange services.
As The Post reported this week the center is one of two that also allows addicts to use whatever illicit drug they should choose on premises — even smoking crack.
“They shouldn’t be so close to the
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