Hundreds of Families Bring Back Unused Medications for National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

On Saturday, October 27, Michigan residents in 32 counties had a chance to get opioids and other unused and expired prescription medicines out of their medicine cabinets through 60 simultaneous events held around the state. The collective effort resulted in hundreds of families safely removing over 3,000 pounds of medication, including approximately 40,000 opioids, from…

Statewide Drug Take Back Event Nets 900 Pounds of Opioids & More

Michiganders from eight communities had a chance to drop unneeded medications off for free on September 30, as part of the largest drug take-back event ever spearheaded by the Michigan-OPEN initiative based at IHPI. The event, which included partners from healthcare and law enforcement in Ann Arbor, Commerce, Escanaba, Jackson, Livonia, Pontiac, Saginaw, and Traverse…

Opioid Take Back Events

Our next Medication Take Back Event will be on April 27, 2019     About our¬†opioid take back events Community opioid and medication take back events provide a safe process for disposing of unused medications while protecting our communities, children and environment. Michigan OPEN hosts biannual take back events, once in the spring and once…

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