Residents have dutifully participated in the popular Drug Take Back Day program hosted by the Amberley Village Police-Fire Department over the past two years which has been held in collaboration with the National Drug Take Back Days in April and October.
In 2017, a record number of drugs were collected nationwide showing that we are doing our part in reducing the amount of prescription medicines accessible in our homes that are highly susceptible to misuse and abuse. Building on the awareness of the opioid crisis, prescription drug abuse and its prevention, the Police-Fire Department has made it possible for residents to now drop-off unwanted prescriptions anytime throughout the year, 24-hours a day.
Simply bring your pills or patches for disposal to the Amberley Village Police-Fire Department, 7149 Ridge Road. Bring your prescriptions for drop-off in a plastic zip-lock baggie. No liquids, creams, empty containers, needles or sharps accepted. This is a free and anonymous service. No questions asked.