Six months ago, the closure of Long Island's treatment center and shelter left nearly 700 people without a place to go. In Boston, the opiate and addiction crisis is far from over. 

"I get sixty phone calls a day, in a women's treatment program I have in Boston, for one bed available a day," said Victory Programs President Jonathan Scott.

Hand Delivered Help founder Lynnel Cox, whose son had been receiving treatment on Long Island when it abruptly closed, joined the discussion.