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Prescription Drug Take Back Day

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Saturday is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day across the nation.

Law enforcement agencies throughout the United Stated will be collecting unneeded and expired medications in an effort to keep these prescriptions and over the counter medication out of unintended hands and bodies.

If you have an unwanted or expired prescription, you can drop it off at the following locations:

Clermont County locations:

 

  • Sheriff's Dept.- 4470 state route 22
  • Goshen Twp. Police Dept.- 6757 Goshen Road
  • Pierce Twp. Police Dept- 950 Locust Corner Road

 

Cincinnati locations:

 

  • Kroger- 4777 Kenard Ave.
  • Walgreens- 2203 Beechmont Ave.
  • Walgreens- 1776 Seymour Ave.

 

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