Clinton County Medication Disposal Day - April 26th

April 11, 2014  |  Partners, Rx drugs
Prescription medicine

Wondering what to do with prescription medication that you no longer need? Concerned about the safety of keeping these medications in your home? Visit one of two drop off locations in Clinton County on April 26th and drop off your old, unused, or unwanted prescription medications.

A number of local service and law enforcement agencies have partnered together to staff two drop off locations across Clinton County. These locations are:

In Wilmington: At the Foster J Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center (31 Farquhar Ave)

In Sabina: At Uhl's IGA (440 E. Washington St. (US Route 22/3))

These locations will be open from 9am until noon. They will accept any expired or unused prescription or over the counter medications, including samples, patches, and pills. However,  they are unable to accept needles, syringes, or liquids. After the drop off, these medications will be taken by law enforcement officials to be disposed of in a manner that is safe, legal, and environmentally conscious.

Can't get out to the medication disposal day? Visit one of the permanent drug drop boxes in Warren and Clinton Counties. 

Warren County

Warren County Sheriff’s Office
550 Justice Drive
Lebanon, Ohio 45036 
Phone: 513-695-1325 
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Monroe Police Department 
233 S. Main St 
Monroe, Oh 45050 
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Franklin Police Department 
400 Anderson St
Franklin, OH 45005
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Clinton County

Clinton County Sheriff’s Office 
1645 Davids Drive
Wilmington, OH 45177
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Wilmington Police Department
69 N. South Street
Wilmington, OH
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