Health officials in Belmont and Marshall Counties in Ohio are conducting a Drug Take-Back program through which the general public may return their unused or expired drugs to be disposed off safely.
The programs will be open from 10 am until 2 pm in both the counties and will be conducted by the respective counties' Sherriff's Departments.
AdvertisementThe programs are being held along with the Drug Enforcement Administration who want to make sure that the unused drugs do not fall into hands of teenagers who use them to get a high.
While unwanted drugs can be brought to the programs, the general public has been told not to carry any liquid medication or needles.
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