After less than a year, San Francisco’s $22 million open-air drug market has abruptly closed

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San Francisco’s in the Tenderloin District has closed less than a year after opening to the public.

The site, opened by San Francisco Mayor London Breed earlier this year as a way to tackle the city’s ongoing drug crisis, cost about $22million to operate.

The Tenderloin Center, an addiction services site was often referred to as a ‘safe place’ for addicts to ‘get high without getting robbed,’ according to one person who used the center.

In the first four months of the center’s opening, the open-air drug market also referred just 18 people of the more than 23,000 it welcomed.

Overall less than ended in a ‘completed linkage’ to behavioral health programs.

City leaders, including Breed, now say the site was a ‘temporary solution’ offered up as a way to avoid the more than 640 overdose deaths San Francisco saw in 2021.

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