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Columbia, MD 21044
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October 15, 2013
Take Back Day October 26
HC DrugFree is working again this fall to help spread the word about the National Drug Take Back Day. A new location has been added this year in western Howard County to make it more convenient for all county residents to participate. If you choose to bring your medications to the disposal location at HC DrugFree's office, you will have a chance to receive a free medicine lock bag (approximate value $25) to store your medications safely.
Thank you to Proove Biosciences, Inc., for your continued sponsorship of HC DrugFree and Take Back Day.
Locations:
HC DrugFree's Office in the Wilde Lake Village Center
    10451 Twin Rivers Rd., Suite 404, Columbia 21044
Harpers Choice Community Policing Office
    5485 Harpers Farm Rd., Columbia 21044
Oakland Mills Community Policing Office
    5820 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia,21045
Owen Brown Community Policing Office
    7154 Cradlerock Way, Columbia 21045
North Laurel Community Policing Office
    9411 Whiskey Bottom Rd., Laurel 20723
Howard County Police Northern District
    3410 Courthouse Dr., Ellicott City 21043
Howard County Police Southern District
    11226 Scaggsville, Rd., Laurel 20723
Maryland State Police Waterloo Barracks
    7777 Washington Blvd., Jessup 20794
Gary Arthur Community Center
    2400 Route 97, Cooksville 21723

According to The Partnership at Drugfree.org, two- thirds of teens who abuse prescription drugs are getting them from home, friends or family. The three steps to keeping a safe home are monitor, secure and dispose. Monitor what medications you have in the home, how much you have, if there is any missing. Secure what you need to have in the home, medicine lock boxes or bags can cost as little as $20. Dispose of old, expired, unused medication safely on the National Take Back Days held in the spring and fall.
For more information, please visit HC DrugFree's website at www.hcdrugfree/takebackday.

Sincerely,

Joan Joan Webb Scornaienchi
Executive Director
HC DrugFree

HC DrugFree | 10451 Twin Rivers Road | Suite 404 | Columbia, MD 21044
Executive Director: Joan Webb Scornaienchi
www.hcdrugfree.org | 443-325-0040 | Joan@hcdrugfree.org