Southwest Precinct participating in Drug Take-Back Day this Saturday

Legal drugs can be a danger too – particularly when you don’t need them any more and they’re just taking up space in your medicine cabinet, where anyone from curious kids to burglars can find them. So once again this Saturday (October 29th) it’s National Drug Take-Back Day, and the Southwest Precinct (2300 SW Webster) is one of two SPD precincts where you can drop off unwanted/unneeded medications, 10 am-2 pm. (If those times/location don’t work for you, here’s the list of year-round drop sites, including QFC pharmacy in The Junction.)

2 Replies to "Southwest Precinct participating in Drug Take-Back Day this Saturday"

  • DAFFY October 26, 2022 (7:20 pm)

    The Rite Aid pharmacy counter at Westwood Village also has a dark blue unwanted/unneeded medications drop off box.

  • gingerbread73 October 31, 2022 (1:27 pm)

    I know one of the ppl indicted. He is far from some trafficking gun running cartel member. He’s just a punk kid trying to make some money as he just had a baby and had a habit. Most he goes is outside to play with his car. Thing is we need to go to the source of all this crap. CHINA. They are the ones single handedly killing us. They are the ones who supply the chemicals to Mexico that makes fentylal. Why can’t we do something with them? Instead we cut funding for treatment? If an addict wants to get clean thru shouldn’t have to wait months to do so. Put blame where it belongs and that’s on China.

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