The code block below illustrates how one might use # and // as comments in your logic and calculations.
# Text can be put here to explain what the logic/calculation does and why.
if ([field1] = '1' and [field2] > 7,
// This comment can explain what the next line does.
[score] * [factor],
// Return '0' if the condition is False.
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Tennessee Syringe Services Program (SSP) Application For Local Health Department Operated Programs
Complete and submit the following Syringe Services Program application. The SSP must be approved by the Tennessee Department of Health prior to commencement of operations to ensure compliance with Tenn. Code Ann. § 68-1-136.
Upon a petition by the county legislative body, a county or district health department may establish and operate a needle and hypodermic syringe services program. The objectives of the program shall include all of the following:
Reduce the spread of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), viral hepatitis, and other bloodborne diseases in this state;
Reduce needle stick injuries to law enforcement officers and other emergency personnel;
Encourage persons who inject drugs to enroll in evidence-based treatment; and,
Provide overdose prevention services, including access to naloxone.
The Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) is required by law to approve all organizations seeking to establish and operate a needle and hypodermic syringe services program. All applicants are required to fully complete the application.
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