Needham’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day April 30th

From the Town of Needham website:

Dispose of expired, un-used and unwanted medications on Saturday April 30th from 10:00am- 2:00pm.

WHERE:
Needham Police Department – Circular driveway- easy drive through drop off
99 School Street, Needham

HOW TO PREPARE:
• Check the expiration date on all medications in your home, over the counter including: cough, cold and allergy and prescription medications*

• Check your home for unused over the counter and prescription medications from a previous illness or condition

IF YOU CAN NOT MAKE THE TAKE-BACK EVENT:
A medication disposal kiosk is located in the Needham Police Department lobby, accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for your convenient medication disposal.

Contact the Needham Public Health Department for additional information:
781-455-7500 x259 Carol Read or email at cread@needhamma.gov

This program is a joint partnership between the Needham Police Department, Needham Public Health Department and the Needham Coalition for Youth Substance Abuse Prevention, NCYSAP. For detailed information on this federal initiative: www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/drug_disposal/takeback/index.html

*Needles, thermometers, medical waste or illicit drugs such as cocaine or marijuana will not be accepted.

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