Prevent Pill Sharing: Count It! Lock It! Drop It!

What's in your medicine cabinet? How secure are your medications? Do you still have prescription painkillers from a surgery years ago? If you don't know the answer, someone with pill seeking behavior will answer it for you. We're excited to share the latest video in our statewide media campaign featuring Miss Tennessee Caty Davis and the Count It Lock It Drop It campaign to prevent pill sharing. We can all help in the opioid crisis by counting medications, securely locking them away, and safely disposing of the medications that are expired or no longer needed.

https://www.facebook.com/TnTogether/videos/1612855065430975/UzpfSTE2MTM2ODU2Mjk6MTAyMTQyMzY2NjA4MjMxMzg/

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