SATURDAY: Gallatin County Drug Take Back Day
Have old prescriptions, pills and medications around the house? Keep your family safe by getting RID of those this Saturday. Don't flush them down the toilet as those meds will eventually end up in our water supply and waterways.
Medications that are prescription or over-the-counter can be dropped off at any of the locations below this Saturday, October 24th, 2020. Pills, patches or capsules can all be dropped off and will be disposed of properly.
Drop-offs are anonymous and paperwork does not need to be filled out.
By disposing of your medicine cabinet drugs in this manner, you're not just keeping them out of our water supply but keeping them out of the hands of people who shouldn't be taking them.
There are drop-off locations all over the Gallatin Valley (and Livingston) this Saturday, October 24th (info is directly from the Gallatin County Sheriff's Office):
- Law and Justice Center, 605 S. 16th, Bozeman
- Bozeman Police Department 30 N. Rouse, downown Bozeman
- MSU Police Department
- Highland Park Pharmacy, at Bozeman Health Hospital (available during Pharmacy business hours)
- Belgrade Police Dept/City Hall, 91 E. Central Ave, Belgrade
- Manhattan Police Dept, 120 W. Main Street, Manhattan
- Three Forks City Hall, 206 N Main St, Three Forks (available during business hours)
- Big Sky Sheriff's Office, 650 Rainbow Trout Run (Available when a deputy is in the office or by calling 582-2100 and asking to speak to a Big Sky deputy)
- West Yellowstone Police Dept, 124 Yellowstone Ave., West Yellowstone
- Park County Sheriff’s Office, 414 E. Callender, Livingston
According to the Gallatin County Drug Task Force, over 17,000 pounds of drugs were taken back in Montana last Fall. Once collected, the drugs are incinerated by the DEA.