Drug Take Back Events & Medication Drop Box

Drug Take Back Events

The City of Dublin and Dublin Police are committed to working to end the opiate crisis in Central Ohio and around the nation.

Drug Take Back events provide a free, safe way for community members to rid their homes of potentially dangerous, expired, unused and unwanted prescription and over-the-counter drugs. This limits the exposure to and abuse of drugs in the community.

The service is free and anonymous.

When and Where

All events are Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Dublin Justice Center, 6565 Commerce Parkway, unless otherwise noted. Visit the Justice Center parking lot near the skate park for the drop-off. Enter from the traffic circle and exit at the skate park drive.

These are drive-thru events and don’t require you to leave your vehicle.

Feb. 25

April 22  — National Drug Take Back event

June 24

Aug. 26

Oct. 28  — National Drug Take Back event

Dec. 16

What Can I Drop Off at Drug Take Back Events?

  • At this time, the service accepts pills, gel caps and dry medications.
  • The service does not accept liquids, sharp needles, syringes, inhalers, epinephrine autoinjectors, vaping devices, lancets or aerosol containers.
  • It is preferred that loose medications be sealed in a zip-close bag when dropped off at events.
  • If you must keep medication in prescription bottles, please cross out personal information or remove labels.

Medication Drop Box

Use the 24/7 drop box located inside the Dublin Justice Center lobby, 6565 Commerce Parkway, near the Police Records reception window, to safely dispose of prescription drugs any time of year.

  • At this time, the service accepts pills, patches, gel-caps, dry medications, medication samples and pet medications.
  • The service does not accept liquids, sharp needles, syringes, inhalers, epinephrine autoinjectors, vaping devices, lancets or aerosol containers.
  • Medical equipment is not accepted.
  • It is preferred for loose medications to be sealed in a zip-close bag before being placed in the drop box.
  • If you must keep medications in their prescription bottles, please cross out personal information or remove labels.

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Address: 6565 Commerce Parkway, Dublin, OH 43017
Phone: 614.410.4800 | Fax: 614.761.6535

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