Residents drop off prescription drugs for National Drug Take Back DayPosted: Updated:
Saturday is National Drug Take Back Day where residents can drop off their unused medications, no questions asked.
The goal is to prevent drugs from getting into the wrong hands.
According to the 2017 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, people who abuse prescription drugs often get the drugs from their home medicine cabinet.
To find a collection site, click here.
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