American's 12 to 17 years old made prescription drugs the number one substance of abuse for their age group, and much of that supply is unwittingly coming from the medicine cabinets of their parents, grandparents, and friends.  More and more adults recognize the need to (01) safely store their medication, and (02) safely and legally remove these substances from their home for proper disposal.

Rx Drop box locations

Click the arrow to the right for a list of Rx Drop Box locations, accepted items and unaccepted items.

* Care Pharmacy and Compounding (1631 NE 8 St., Homestead, FL 33033 & 8740 N Kendall Dr., Suite 106, Miami, FL 33176) and Royal Palm Drug - My Pharmacy (806 N Krome Ave., Homestead, FL 33030) are permanently closed.

Accepted Items:

Prescriptions (Schedule II-V controlled & non-controlled substances) - Vitamins - Prescription Ointments - Pet Medications - Prescription Patches - Over-the-Counter Medications

Unaccepted Items:

Needles - Inhalers - Aerosol Cans - Thermometers - Lotions or Liquids - Hydrogen Peroxide

Can't make it to a physical location? No worries, request a Deterra Pouch.

Deterra Pouches are a convenient, environmentally sound option for proper drug disposal right at home for those who are unable to make it to a physical prescription medication drug drop box. (Adapted from OhioRx Disposal)

Click the image above to watch a quick video on how to use Deterra Pouches.

Click the image above to watch a quick video on the importance of Naloxone.

Click the image above to watch a quick video on Medication Safe Storage.

Click the image above to access our Medication Disposal Resource Guide.