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Properly Dispose of Medications on April 30, 2022
Millions of Americans have unused prescription medications around their homes. If not disposed of properly, medications can end up in the wrong hands. By removing unused prescriptions from your home, you can help prevent medication misuse and opioid addiction from starting. The Drug Enforcement Agency (or DEA) is holding a drug takeback event nationwide on April 30th. Specific drop off locations are selected across the country for anyone to safely dispose of their unused medications. This helps keep prescription drugs off the streets and prevents them from falling into the wrong hands. The DEA is committed to making communities safer and healthier. By organizing drug takeback day events, communities are doing their part to fight the war on drugs in America. To find the prescription drug collection site closest to your home, visit the DEA website by clicking here. Anyone can safely drop off medications at the events – no questions asked.