Manage Your Medications

 Keep your family, friends, and home safer by following these three commonsense steps to secure medications in your home. 

Keep your family, friends, and home safer by following these three commonsense steps to secure medications in your home. 

Prescription drug abuse often begins right at home in the family medicine cabinet. In fact, 53% of the teens in Sumner County who admitted to using prescription medications to get high in 2013 say they got the drugs from home, a relative, or friend at no cost.

Count your pills every two weeks.  This will prevent theft and ensure that medications are taken properly.

Lock up your medications and store them in a place others would not think to look

Drop off unused and expired medications for proper disposal at your participating law enforcement department.

Sumner County Drop Box Locations

Take your unused or expired medications to one of the following locations:

Sumner County Sheriff's Office - Gallatin
Westmoreland Police Department
Portland Police Department
Goodlettsville Police Department
White House Police Department
Hendersonville Police Department
Walgreens - 198 East Main Street, Hendersonville