It all depends on the model you've got. There are many different varieties of supervised consumption service that are available, and it depends on the nature of the staffing.
At Toronto Public Health, ours is a nurse-led model. We do have peer workers, as well, as part of the service. It's not just a supervised consumption service. It does also offer a variety of other services. We have a methadone clinic, for example, and we offer supplies for safer use. We also make referrals to necessary health care services.
Because of the nature of the staff we have and the nature of the contract we have with our staff, we tend to be a more expensive model than other community-based models doing similar things.
Also, it all depends on how many booths you have. Right now, we're able to accommodate six people at any one given time for supervised consumption service, per se.