The town of Tully is located in Onondaga County, and the population is estimated at over 1,000 people. The median age in the city is approximately 36 years old and roughly 13% of the population are living below the federal poverty line. Located in the north-central part of the state, substance abuse and addiction do have an impact on those living in the small community of Tully and across Onondaga County. According to the New York State Department of Health, the alcohol-related motor-vehicle injuries and deaths are sitting at 40.3 per 100,000 population. There has been no significant change with this number and it is higher than the Central Region and the state. Additionally, the age-adjusted percentage of adult’s binge drinking during the past month was 19.8%, which was lower than the Central Region and higher than the state. Per the New York State Department of Health, in 2018 within the county, there were 32 heroin-related overdose deaths and 72 deaths involving opioid pain medication. During that same year, the outpatient emergency department visits due to heroin were 239 visits and 64 visits because of opioid pain medication. The number of hospitalizations for heroin reached 38, and there were 45 for opioid pain medication. The drug and alcohol treatment resources within the county will help the people from Tully who may be struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction. Treatment resources include both inpatient and outpatient resources, along with the proper detox and withdrawal management.