Franklin, TN – Saturday, Franklin Police, The Williamson County Anti-Drug Coalition, the DEA, and Walgreens will host an event to prevent prescription drug abuse and theft. This free event is an opportunity for residents to rid their homes of expired, unused, and unwanted prescription medicine.
The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked. Franklin Police and The Williamson County Anti-Drug Coalition will be on hand to assist participants. For more information, visit www.MyWCADCtn.org.
Saturday, April 26, 2014 | 10am-2pm
Dispose of your pills or patches at Walgreens, 1509 Murfreesboro Rd in Franklin
Liquids, needles and sharps will not be accepted
For residents unable to attend Saturday’s event, the Franklin Police Department offers a 24/7 option for prescription drug disposal. Thanks to a partnership with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, residents in Franklin can responsibly rid themselves of unused and unwanted prescriptions with a simple trip to Police Headquarters, 900 Columbia Avenue. The secure disposal point in our lobby operates much like a mailbox or bank night deposit. Drugs dropped in are secured below, emptied by the Department’s Evidence Section, and incinerated.