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National Prescription Drug Take-Back Event

Saturday April 27, 2019

Host Locations

Vermont: 

901 Lower Plain Bradford, VT

151 Vermont Route 12S Randolph, VT

82 Pearl Street Essex Junction, VT

800 US Route 302 Berlin Barre, VT

80 South Main Street Waterbury, VT

10212 Route 116 Hinesburg, VT

47 Executive Dr Shelburne, VT

3 Centre Drive Milton, VT

97 Morrisville Plaza Morrisville, VT

155 S. Main Street Cambridge, VT

55 Shattuck Hill Road Newport, VT

957 Memorial Drive St. Johnsbury, VT

 

New York: 

2085 Route 5&20 Seneca Falls, NY

485 E Main Street  Malone, NY

700 Canton Street Ogdensburg, NY

288 Cornelia Street Plattsburgh, NY

48 Maple Street Potsdam, NY

300 Main Street Massena, NY

21 East Genesee Street Baldwinsville, NY

4202 W. Genesee Street Camillus, NY

130 Main Street Moravia, NY

41 Albany Street Cazenovia, NY

540 East Genesee Street Chittenango, NY

8150 Thompson Road Cicero, NY

174 Bridge Street Oswego, NY

3873 Rome Road Pulaski, NY

104 Lafayette Road Syracuse, NY

406 Butternut Street  Syracuse, NY

2912 James Street Syracuse, NY

7065 Manlius Center Road East Syracuse, NY

40 First Street Ilion, NY

12 Park Place St. Johnsville, NY

12 Franklin Ave Clinton, NY

 7550 Court Street Elizabethtown, NY

437 Electronics Parkway Liverpool, NY

174 Bridge Street Oswego, NY

23 Fennell Street Skaneateles, NY

9543 Brewerton Road Brewerton, NY

40 State Highway 30 Canton, NY

485 E. Main Street Malone, NY

62 Owasco Street Auburn, NY
868 State Route 11 Champlain, NY

2964 State Route 28 Old Forge, NY

17 Clinton Street Gouverneur, NY

115 Oneida Street Fulton, NY

2255 Triphammer Road Ithaca, NY

905 Coffeen Street Watertown, NY

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.

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