Prescription Drug Drop-Off & Document Shred Event

Do you have unwanted or expired medicines that you need to dispose of? Do you have confidential documents that you need to destroy? Bring them to the Prescription Drug Drop-Off & Document Shred Event (sponsored by the Montgomery County Drug-Free Coalition) on Saturday, December 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at one of the following locations:

1)      City of Clayton Public Safety Department / 6996 Taywood Road / Clayton, OH 45315

2)      Cox Media / 1611 South Main Street / Dayton, OH 45409

3)      Dayton VA Medical Center / 4100 West Third Street / Dayton, OH 45428

4)      Miamisburg Christian Church / 1146 East Central Avenue / Miamisburg, OH 45342

The Montgomery County DrugFree Coalition is sponsoring a Prescription Drug Drop‐Off and Document Shred event on Saturday, December 14 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at four locations throughout Montgomery County. Citizens may bring in over‐the‐counter, prescription, or any other drugs they are not sure about to be received by local law enforcement who will then inventory and ensure the drugs are disposed of properly.

The Montgomery County DrugFree Coalition will also offer a FREE document shred service during the same time period. There is no specified limit on the amount of documents a citizen may bring; however, the right is reserved to limit excessive quantities.

Phone: (937) 985-2420

E-mail: info@mcdrugfree.org

www.mcdrugfree.org

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