Do you have unused medications taking up space in your medicine cabinet? Your half empty pill bottles may not be bothering you much but in some cases could lead to unintended consequences.

With opioid abuse on the rise, it’s imperative that we safely discard of any unused pills, liquids or patches.

In an effort to effectively dispose of old medications across the county, the Fremont County Prevention Program and Public Health are sponsoring Drug Take-Back events. The first Take-Back event is scheduled for March 26th from 11:30a-12:30p, in Dubois.

A Public Health nurse will be available to answer questions and determine if the medications can be used for the Wyoming Medication Donation Program or if they should be deactivated and disposed of. Medications will be disposed of on site with Deterra kits. Extra kits will be available.

Below is a list of future Drug Take-Back events happening across the county. Call the corresponding number to reserve your lunch, (prices vary).

DUBOIS: Tuesday, March 26th, 11:30a-12:30p
High Country Senior Center, 504 Hays St
Call 307-455-2990 to reserve your lunch! 

PAVILLION: Wednesday, March 27th, 11:30a-12:30p
Community United Methodist Church, 203 North Main St
Call 307-856-3460 or 307-709-0070 to reserve your lunch!

SHOSHONI: Thursday, March 28th, 11:30a-12:30p
Shoshoni Senior Center, 214 E. 2nd St
Call 307-876-2703 to reserve your lunch!

Finally get rid of those unwanted meds, and rest assured knowing that they will never harm an individual due to misuse!

For more information, please contact Tauna with Fremont County Prevention Program, at 307-851-1667.