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Protect our kids, families and environment. Washington State needs a statewide medicine take-back program.

Take Back Your Meds is a group of organizations demanding a statewide program for the safe return and disposal of left-over medicines.

 Kitsap County RX Take Back

Important message from the Kitsap County Reduce Underage Drinking Youth Council.  Dispose of unwanted medicines in a safe way! 

Margaret King5 - Earth Day


Do you ever worry about what toxins could be in your home? This Earth Day find out more about unwanted medicines.



Tom Watson- King5-Earth Day


Detox your home for Earth Day!



Margaret Q13- pre-earth day   

Find out more about safe disposal of unwanted medicines.



State Rep on Prescrip Drug Waste - YouTube

Washington State Representatives Hudgins and Van De Wege talk about prescription drug waste - House Bill 1370 




Change would reduce the number of refills patients could get before going back to see their doctor. Patients would also be required to take a prescription to a pharmacy, rather than have a doctor call it in. Read more...
Residents of Washington, Idaho, Oregon, and Alaska turned in 33,589 pounds (16.7 tons) of prescription medications. This number surpassed the last Take Back on September 29, 2012 by two tons. Read more...
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office, in partnership with the Clark County Environmental Services, PREVENT! Coalition, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Battle Ground Police Department and Prevent Together: Battle Ground Prevention Alliance are cheering another successful Prescription (Rx) Drug Take Back on April 27, 2013. Read more...
Today, the majority of unintentional poisoning deaths are caused by overdoses involving prescription drugs, including painkillers. Read more...
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