Safely dispose of your unwanted or unused medications

Did you know you can dispose of medications – especially opioids – at hundreds of locations throughout the state all year round? To find the Drug Take Back location nearest you, click here.

For more information about what you can and can’t bring, click here.

If you have current prescriptions or over-the-counter medications you plan to keep, be sure to lock them up or store them safely out of reach. Together, we can save lives and help curb the opioid epidemic!

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Last year, there were almost 1,000 emergency ambulance runs on Wisconsin residents aged 55 or older for suspected, unintentional opioid overdoses. Don’t forget that seniors may have drugs in need of proper disposal as well! Keep them safe by taking them to a drop-off location. ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Last year, there were almost 1,000 emergency ambulance runs on Wisconsin residents aged 55 or older for suspected, unintentional opioid overdoses. Don’t forget that seniors may have drugs in need of proper disposal as well! Keep them safe by taking them to a drop-off location.

Almost 2 weeks until DRUG TAKE BACK DAY 2019! Milwaukee County is getting in on the action by hosting an event at Miller Park. Visit our website to learn everything you need to know about safe disposal on April 27th.

doseofrealitywi.gov/drug-takeback/
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1 week ago

Almost 2 weeks until DRUG TAKE BACK DAY 2019! Milwaukee County is getting in on the action by hosting an event at Miller Park. Visit our website to learn everything you need to know about safe disposal on April 27th. 

https://doseofrealitywi.gov/drug-takeback/