Prescription Drug Disposal Sites

Washington State Opioid Abuse Prevention Toolkit and social media campaign

See a map of the prescription drug disposal sites in the state of Washington : http://www.takebackyourmeds.org/

 

Message #1:  Need extra space? Visit your local drug take-back event. #TakeBackYourMeds  

StartTalkingNow.org/rx                      Download image for message #1

Message #2: Never flush medications. They’ve been found in our streams, ground and marine waters. Find your local take-back program. #TakeBackYourMeds

StartTalkingNow.org/rx                      Download image for message #2

Message #3: Are your old Rx meds the X on someone’s treasure map? Find your local take-back program to discard of them. #TakeBackYourMeds

StartTalkingNow.org/rx                      Download image for message #3     

Optional Hashtags: Please use these optional hashtags, if space allows, in conjunction with the posts: #TakeBackYourMeds   #SafeDisposalSafeKids   #StartTalkingNow   #PreventOpioidAbuse


Kennewick Police Department

211 W 6th Ave Kennewick, WA 99336 (509) 585-4208

 

Pasco Police Department

525 N Third Ave Pasco, WA 99301
(509) 545-3481

Photo from the Tri-City Herold

Photo from the Tri-City Herold

 

PMH Medical Center

 

723 Memorial St
Prosser, WA 99350
(509) 786-2222

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at PMH Medical Center


 

Sunnyside Police Department

401 Homer St

Sunnyside WA 98944

(509) 837-2120


West Richland Police Department

3805 W Van Giesen St West Richland 99353
(509) 967-3425

WRPD Box.jpg
 

Monitoring Prescription is Key

One of the things we know about prescription drug abuse is that when medications are monitored, they are less likely to be abused.

You can download the PDF version.

You can download the PDF version.