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National Prescription Drug Take-Back Event

Saturday October 26th, 2019

Host Locations


Barre (800 US Rte 302 Berlin)

Bradford (901 Lower Plain)

Cambridge (155 S Main St)

Hinesburg (10212 Route 116)

Milton (3 Centre Dr)

Morrisville (97 Morrisville Plaza)

Newport (55 Shattuck Hill Rd)

Randolph (151 Vermont Route 12 S)

Shelburne (47 Executive Dr)

St. Johnsbury (957 Memorial Dr)

Waterbury (80 South Main St)

New York:

Auburn (62 Owasco St)

Baldwinsville (21 E Genesee St)

Boonville (261 Utica Blvd)

Camillus (4202 W Genesee St)

Canton (40 State Highway 30)

Cazenovia (41 Albany St)

Champlain (868 Sate Route 11)

Chittenango (540 E Genesee St)

Cicero (8150 Thompson Rd)

Clinton (12 Franklin Ave)

East Syracuse (7065 Manlius Center Rd)

Elizabethtown (7550 Court St)

Fulton (115 Oneida St)

Gouverneur (371 E Main St)

Illion (40 First Place)

Liverpool (437 Electronics Pkwy)

Malone (485 E Main St)

Moravia (130 Main St)

North Syracuse (5221 Taft Rd)

Ogdensburg (700 Canton St)

Oswego (174 Bridge St)

Ovid (7115 N Main St)

Plattsburgh (288 Cornelia St)

Potsdam (48 Maple St)

Pulaski (3873 Rome Rd)

Seneca Falls (2085 Route 5 & 20)

Skaneateles (23 Fennell St)

St Johnsville (12 Park Place)

Syracuse (104 Lafayette Rd)

Syracuse (406 Butternut St)

Syracuse (2912 James St)

Syracuse (307 Nottingham Rd)

Trumansburg (2100 Trumansburg)

Tully (596 Route 11)

Watertown (905 Coffeen St)


medication bottles

The National Prescription Drug Take-Back

raises awareness for public safety and helps

address public health issues. Studies show that

prescription drug abuse in the U.S. are at

alarming rates, as are the number of accidental

poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs.

Many individuals do not realize that medicines

that are stored in home cabinets after a certain

period of time are highly susceptible to diversion,

misuse and abuse. In addition, people do not

know how to properly dispose of their unused

medicine, often flushing them down the toilet or

throwing them away – both posing potential safety

and health hazards. This event aims to provide

a safe, convenient, and responsible means of

disposing of these prescription drugs.