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Anderson County Take Back Events

Community members will have the opportunity to drive through and drop off unused, expired, or unwanted medicines at the Oak Ridge Police Department.   Learn more about this events and […]

Claiborne County Take Back Events

SIGCO promoting Drug Take Back Day on April 30, 2022. We have sent out over 200 Flyers to the community which includes the local Pharmacies, CAB (Community Action Board), and […]

DeKalb County Take Back Events

The DeKalb Prevention Coalition encourage DeKalb County residents to take part in National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day (Saturday, April 30) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The public will be […]

Dickson County Take Back Events

The Dickson Police Department, Dickson County Sheriff's Department, TriStar Horizon Medical Center, First Bank, Dickson County Recycling, Dickson County Help Center, the Drug Enforcement Agency, and the Drug Free Dickson […]

Dyer County Take Back Events

Prevention Alliance of Dyersburg and Dyer County, along with the Sheriff's Department and the Newbern Police Departments will be collecting unused and expired medications for proper disposal on April the […]

Grundy County Take Back Events

We will be hosting local partners' tables, along with our own for the drug take backs, at Rock Creek Pharmacy in Coalmont, TN. Currently, we have Easy's Dog Shelter as […]

Johnson County Take Back Events

Time to clean out your unused, unwanted and expired medications!   Learn more about these events and others near you by visiting the link below.

Knox County Take Back Events

National DEA Take Back Day Join MDC and the Knoxville Police Department on Saturday, April 30th from 10am-2pm at the Food City in South Knoxville as we collect unwanted, unused, […]

Lauderdale County Take Back Events

On April 30th 2022 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. a collaboration between The 25th Judicial District Attorney's Office, Lauderdale County Drug Coalition and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will […]

Loudon County Take Back Events

First 25 participants will receive a portable lock box to safely store medications at home. Drop off your unused or unwanted prescription, pet or over the counter meds for proper […]

Monroe County Take Back Events

DEA National Drug Take Back Day, bring your unused and expired medications! Prevention resources will be available along with a limited amount of free medication lockboxes.   Learn more about […]

Putnam County Take Back Events

Safely dispose of unused, unwanted, and expired medications at one of our take back sites highlighting permanent take back boxes at law enforcement agencies across Putnam County.   Learn more […]

Roane County Take Back Events

Turn in your unused, unwanted or expired prescription, over-the-counter, or veterinary medication for safe disposal.   Learn more about these events and others near you by visiting the link below. […]

Scott County Take Back Events

The Oneida Police Department will be accepting expired and unused prescription medications at the STAND office on Saturday April 30th from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. The STAND office is […]

Stewart County Take Back Events

We will be setting up at both local pharmacies with our information table and lock boxes to give away. We are partnering with Dover City Police Department.   Learn more […]

Williamson County Take Back Events

Brentwood Police Department is hosting a Drug Take Back Event on April 30th from 10-2. Bring your unused/expired medications and have them disposed of properly. Representatives from Williamson Co. Anti […]

Overton County Take Back Events

We will bet set up in our local high school parking lot partnered with our local police department and Volunteer State Community College campus police.   Learn more about these […]

Carter County Take Back Events

Elizabethton Police Department, Elizabethton Boys and Girls Club and Harmony Baptist Church in Hampton will be our host locations for our Spring Drug Take Back on April 30th from 10-2. […]

Blount County Take Back Events

Drop off your unused, unwanted, and expired prescription medications to prevent drug diversion. All drop offs are at the Blount County Justice Center drive thru.   Learn more about this […]

Shelby County Take Back Events

Turn in unused medications for safe disposal. Join us for free food, music, Overdose Prevention Training, onsite treatment representatives, and safe medication disposal! Narcan available to those who qualify.   […]

Campbell County Take Back Events

The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) hosts two National Prescription Take Back days annually in April and October. During these events, Campbell United partners with local law enforcement and other agencies […]

Cannon County Take Back Events

Our coalition is setting up in Woodbury Tn. at a local Drug store from 10am-2pm. We will have our local police help, give out free materials and lockboxes and will […]

Clay County Take Back Events

The Clay County Anti-Drug Coalition in partnership with Do Unto Others, Clay County Extension, TN Department of Health and the Clay County Health Department will be hosting a drug take […]

Cumberland County Take Back Events

This is an opportunity to properly dispose of unused or expired medication you may have in your home. Law enforcement will be collecting these medications for safe disposal at the […]

Jackson County Take Back Events

There will be a take back table to properly dispose of any of your unused or expired medication.   Learn more about these events and others near you by visiting […]

Jefferson County Take Back Events

This year's take back event will be held at the Rescue 180 Center. We will be assisted by the Jefferson County Sheriff Department and by Timbi.   Learn more about […]

Lawrence County Take Back Events

We will have 2 locations one at WLX, one at Loretto Drugs and St. Joe Police Department is hosting one . At WLX Radio and Loretto Drugs we will be […]

Madison County Take Back Events

Coordinating with Metro Narcotics to take back prescription medications and provide resources and lockboxes.   Learn more about these events and others near you by visiting the link below.

Weakley County Take Back Events

WCPC will host two drug take-back locations where community members can bring their unwanted, unused, or expired medications for safe disposal. There will be free medication lock boxes available at […]