Drug Take Back

Drug/Prescription Medication Take-Back

The goal

The Drug Take-Back Program provides a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs.  The program educates the public on how medications can be misused or abused when they are not disposed of properly.  There are three very important reasons that we provide this service:

  1. To keep medications, such as narcotics, off of our streets and out of the wrong hands, including children, 
  2. To keep medications from going into our sewer system, and
  3. To keep medications out of landfills.

This free, anonymous, and convenient service has been hugely successful in our community, allowing us to collect large quantities of prescription medication. 

HOW IT WORKS

The Sequim Police Department Drug Take-Back secure receptacle is available to the community in our lobby during regular business hours.  Residents can drop off expired or unused prescription medications - even controlled substances - for destruction. 

Items that are NOT ACCEPTED

  • Syringes,
  • Loose pills**,  
  • Liquid medications that may spill, and
  • Over the counter products (vitamins, supplements, etc.)  

**Please note that loose pills can be placed in a container and then they will be accepted.  NO PLASTIC BAGS.

Got Drugs?

SYRINGE DISPOSAL  - CLALLAM COUNTY

The Clallam County Health and Human Services Syringe Service Program has two main functions:

  • They offer a Syringe Exchange Program to intravenous drug users (1 to 1 exchange) which provides public health interventions to the users and offers additional services, as well as, prevents transmission of bloodborne diseases such as HIV and Hepatitis. They assist with immunizations, medical referrals, HIV/Hepatitis testing, Naloxone and Case Management services for drug treatment. The Syringe Exchange operates one day per week on Tuesday from 12:30pm to 3:00pm.
  • They assist with syringe disposal education. Read the Brochure called “Get the Point” about how to dispose of sharps used in a home setting for medical conditions or syringes found in public settings.

Location and Hours

Port Angeles
111 East 3rd Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362
Walk-in Clinic hours:   Tuesdays  12:30pm – 3:00pm

Forks
140 "C" Street, Forks, WA 98331
Walk-in Clinic days/hours: 2nd Monday of each month (except for holidays) 12:30pm - 2:30pm