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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Learn the signs of overdose and call 9-1-1 immediately if you suspect one! This information could save someone’s life.

💊Unresponsiveness or unconsciousness
💊Slow, irregular heartbeat or pulse
💊Slow, irregular breathing or no breathing
💊Vomiting or gurgling
💊Constricted pupils
💊Blue or purple lips and/or fingernails
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Veterans and service members with PTSD are especially at risk for developing an opioid addiction. If you suspect that you or a love one is struggling with substance abuse, visit our site to find out how you can help: doseofrealitywi.gov/get-support/veterans/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Veterans and service members with PTSD are especially at risk for developing an opioid addiction. If you suspect that you or a love one is struggling with substance abuse, visit our site to find out how you can help: https://doseofrealitywi.gov/get-support/veterans/