Do you have expired medicine in your cabinet? Have you lost a loved one, and aren't sure how to dispose of their medication? These collection sites can help tomorrow.

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A safe and easy way for you to dispose of expired or unused prescription drugs happens on Saturday, April 27th, 2019. It's National Prescription Take-Back Day, which is a time to consider public safety and public health, by making sure unwanted medicine doesn't get in the wrong hands.

"According to the 2017 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 6 million Americans misused controlled prescription drugs. The study shows that a majority of abused prescription drugs were obtained from family and friends, often from the home medicine cabinet."

Expired or unused prescription drugs can be dropped off at any of these locations, between 10a-2p tomorrow. You can also check in with your local family pharmacy.

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY
BEAVER DAM POLICE DEPARTMENT
BEECHMONT FIRE DEPARTMENT
BREMEN FIRE DEPARTMENT
CALDWELL COUNTY SHERIFF
CALDWELL COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
CENTRAL CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT
CHAMPIONS FOR A DRUG FREE MUHLENBERG
CVS
DEA
GRAHAM FIRE DEPARTMENT
GREENVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT
HANCOCK COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
INDIANA BOARD OF PHARMACY
INDIANA STATE POLICE
ISP EVANSVILLE
ISP JASPER
JASPER POLICE DEPARTMENT
KENTUCKY STATE POLICE POST 2
KROGER
LEITCHFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT
MEIJER
PERRY COUNTY RECYCLING MANGEMENT DISTIRCT
TELL CITY FIRE STATION
TELL CITY PD
WABASH COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
WAL-MART
WALGREENS
WARRICK COUNTY SHERIFFOFFICE
WEBSTER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE