October 22 is national prescription drug "Take-Back" day and law enforcement agencies across the country are partnering with the United States Drug Enforcement Agency and multiple national law enforcement and drug abuse prevention groups to collect and dispose of potentially unsafe, expired or excess drugs. You can drop off your pet medications also.
Bring your pills for disposal to the Community Center and City of Falls Church Farmers Market (223 Little Falls St.) during this event.
Kaylor said Drug Take-Back Day provides residents with a way to turn in their unused or expired medications with no questions asked.
The DEA can not accept liquids, needles or sharp objects, only pills or patches.
Most any pills, prescriptions or vitamins will be accepted.
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According to the release, medicine that sits in cabinets at home is susceptible to diversion, misuse and theft.
According to the sheriff's office, this past April americans turned in 447 tons of prescription drugs at nearly 5,400 sites operated by the DEA.
Drug Take-Back Day is a national initiative by the U.S. Department of Justice's Drug Enforcement Administration, aimed at providing a safe, convenient and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs.
"Overdoses, prescription drug abuse and accidental poisonings are very real problems in Michigan,"said Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue, director of the Michigan State Police".
That same study revealed more than 54 percent of people who abuse prescription pain relievers got them through friends or relatives, a statistic that includes raiding the family medicine cabinet.