Drug Take Back Day 2014 : Georgia
Georgians utilized 81 Drop Off Sites to Dispose of 3 TONS of Drugs
On the 9th National "Drug Take Back Day" in 2014, 81 collection sites in Georgia disposed of almost 3 tons of unwanted prescription medicines, illegal drugs, and unwanted or expired medicines from homes and neighborhoods throughout the state.
Drug Take Back Day is a National effort to remove unwanted drugs from circulation, as a way to help reduce both accidental poisonings and drug abuse. The National Event helps raise awareness of an important fact : leftover unused prescription drugs in medicine cabinets very often "disappear", ending up for sale on the streets, or abused by drug abusers and addicts.
On Drug Take Back Day, everyone has an opportunity to dispose of unwanted drugs with "no questions asked" and no cost. The 10th National Drug Take Back Day is September 26th 2015 from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm at locations to be announced on the DEA website.