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There are over 200 million opioid prescriptions written each year in the United States.

92% of patients do not finish their painkiller prescriptions.

Less than 10% of those dispose of their leftover medication properly.

We carry Disposerx for the safety and security of our community.

Stop by our office Monday - Friday from 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. and pick up a packet of DisposeRX.

It’s very easy to use

You never know who’s life you might be saving.

You can also drop off expired and unused medication at the following locations.

1. Roane County Sheriff's Office 2. Oliver Springs Police Department 3. Harriman Police Department 4. Rockwood Police

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