We'll find out where in Dublin the first supervised injection centre will open by the end of October. The HSE has advertised for a "suitably qualified and experienced" provider to run the new service.
The idea of a supervised injection centre has been discussed by drugs groups and politicians for a number of years.
It's supposed to be a space where addicts can inject more safely, which in turn should help keep the streets free from syringes.
After the Misue of Drugs Bill was passed earlier this year, it was confirmed that one centre would open in Dublin on a trial basis.
The HSE has now advertised for a group to run the facility, which it says will provide sterile equipment, counselling services and overdose care.
The proposed location of the supervised injection centre will be known by end of October.