Due to the potential risks of Fentanyl overdoses, the City encourages everyone to get training and a supply of Narcan. It is simple to use and can save someone’s life who has taken or been exposed to Fentanyl. The City of King is partnering with Sun Street Centers, school districts and other South County cities to offer a drive-through distribution of Narcan, along with a brief online training presentation. The King City drive-through will take place on Sunday, February 25th from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Chalone Peaks Middle School parking lot, located at 667 Meyer Street. The first 100 vehicles will receive a box of Narcan and the training. If supplies run out, additional future distributions will be scheduled.
For more information, please contact Sun Street Centers at 831-401-5252.