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A major key to diversion of prescription drugs is proper disposal. The Mental Health and Recovery Board purchased two prescription drug drop boxes through NADDI (National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators) and they are located at the Ashland County Sheriff's Office and Loudonville Police Department.
The safest way to dispose of medications is through the prescription drop boxes. These boxes are available Monday-Friday 8am-4pm in Ashland and Loudonville.
Tanya Mounts, R.PH, Manager, Pharmacy Services, UH-Samaritan Medical Center
The patented Deterra System is a scientifically proven product. In a simple 3-step process, a user can deactivate drugs, thereby preventing drug misuse and protecting the environment. For more information about the Deterra Drug Deactivation System or you would like to receive one, please contact us at 419-281-3139. Learn more about the Deterra Drug Deactivation System in the below video.