National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

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Today is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.

Citizens who wish to discard unused, expired, or unwanted medications are encouraged to drop them off at one of numerous collection sites.

Removing unneeded medications from the home is an important step to prevent medication misuse or addiction.

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with Valley Health to provide a drop off location.

The Valley Health Complex on North Commerce Avenue will be accepting drop offs from 10 am – 2 pm.

To find the nearest collection site for you, head to DEATakeBack.com.

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Warren County announces Drug Take Back Day location for Sat. 10/23

Warren County Sheriff's Office

Warren County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) and Valley Health (VH) will be participating in National Drug Take Back Day.

This is a National effort to keep unwanted, unused or outdated medications out of the wrong hands from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. this Sat. Oct. 23.

In an email from WCSO and according to their social media post you can bring those medications to the Valley Health Complex at 120 N. Commerce Ave..

You can dispose of those unwanted, unused and outdated medications safely and anonymously.

Any questions can be directed to Warren County Sheriff’s Deputy Robbie Seal at (540) 635-4128.

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