Excerpts from wifr.com:

The Dixon Fire Department will start leaving behind Narcan for all opioid related drug overdose victims who refuse medical treatment. The fire department has teamed up with the Safe Passage Initiative to combat drug overdose and opioid related deaths.

The change takes effect on Monday, August 12.  In addition to Narcan, the department will leave information on the Safe Passage program, along with additional information on treatment for substance use. As part of the Safe Passage program, the Dixon Police Department will engage in a Naloxone Plus program. Anyone who survives an opioid related drug overdose will contacted by the police department and offered services through Safe Passage.