The quick response team has gotten 140 people into treatment so far, Fire Capt. David Von Bargen said. The cost has been about $24,000.
Lolli said he's concerned about how much Narcan is costing his department. Many residents need more than one dose to be revived after overdosing.
At the current rate, the city will spend up to $100,000 this year on Narcan, Lolli said. The city only estimated it would spend $10,000 to $15,000. He's hoping state grants will help with the costs.
Police Chief Rodney Muterspaw previously suggested people who overdose in public should be arrested and charged with inducing panic, as a way of getting them into treatment. At Monday's summit, he said he doesn't believe people who are addicted to opiates should be kept in jail.
But he also said his officers have been arresting more people selling drugs.