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  • 1.  Naloxone Policies

    Posted 01-23-2024 07:49 PM

    Hello District 13 -

    Our agency is currently in the process of developing a naloxone (narcan) emergency use policy for staff who may need to use city-provided rescue medication in the course of their duties. While we are utilizing the JPIA recommended template, we are trying to gather information on what other local agencies have naloxone policies in place, train recreation staff on narcan administration, and/or maintain naloxone specifically for administration by recreation staff or at recreation facilities.

    Does your agency:

    • Have a naloxone policy?
    • Train recreation staff on administration of naloxone?
    • Maintain naloxone on site in your first aid kit or similar area?

    Any feedback would be greatly appreciated! If you'd like to share your agency's information privately, please email me at eey@ci.claremont.ca.us.

    Thank you for your assistance!

    Eric Ey, Human Services Manager
    City of Claremont | Human Services Department
    1700 Danbury Road | Claremont, CA 91711
    909.399.5331 (p) | 909.625.3184 (f)
    eey@ci.claremont.ca.us | www.claremontca.org

  • 2.  RE: Naloxone Policies

    Posted 01-24-2024 01:14 PM

    Hi Eric,

    The City of El Monte does not have a naloxone policy, train or maintain in our first aid kits.  

    I'm interested in knowing the feedback....

    Best, Victoria

    Victoria Burl
    Parks, Recreation & Community Services Manager
    City of El Monte Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department
    El Monte CA
    (626) 580-2204

  • 3.  RE: Naloxone Policies

    Posted 01-24-2024 01:41 PM

    The City of Baldwin Park is also in the process on developing policies and be able to have Naloxone in our first aid kits. 

    Thank you,



    Sandra Leyva  

    Program Coordinator-Teen Center  

    Recreation and Community Services Department
    4100 Baldwin Park Blvd., Baldwin Park, CA 91706 

    P: 626-813-5245, Ext. 312 

    E: sleyva@baldwinpark.com     



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  • 4.  RE: Naloxone Policies

    Posted 01-24-2024 03:59 PM

    I'd be interested in the information that is obtained, as well.



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    Alicia Trujillo

    Community Services Specialist

    City of Santa Fe Springs / Town Center Hall

    11740 Telegraph Road / Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670

    (562) 863-4896 / (562) 517-7079

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  • 5.  RE: Naloxone Policies

    Posted 01-24-2024 03:07 PM
    The City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks does have an existing policy on the use of Naloxone at our recreation centers.

    You can contact our Rec. & Parks Duty Officer at  rap.dutyofficer@lacity.org for more information.

    Thank you


    Cynthia Yparraguirre

    Facility Director

    City of Los Angeles

    Department of Recreation and Parks

    Lake Street Community Center

    227 N. Lake Street

    Los Angeles, CA 90026

    (213) 207-2196