"Unused prescriptions create a safety concern because they can be misused and abused.  Drug take back locations provide us with a safe way to dispose of these unused medications."  



Deb Bowman, Chair of the Opiate Taskforce for HC3

Fulton County Medication Disposal Program

HC3 is working in connection with many local doctors, pharmacies and other partnering organizations to distribute Deterra bags* and prescription medication safety materials to Fulton County residents currently receiving Opiate medications.  

If you received a Deterra bag from our Fulton County Medication Disposal Program please take this evaluation.

Click here to read more about Deterra and why safe medication disposal is so important. 

This program was developed in partnership with Summit County Community Partnership, and funded by Four County ADAMhs Board.

To watch a short video on how to properly use your Deterra bag please click here.


If you did not receive a Deterra bag with your prescription medication and you would like to dispose of any remaining unwanted medication, the following locations are accepting these medications (solids only) throughout the year.

surrounding areas

Defiance County

Defiance County Sheriff’s Office

(113 Biede Ave  Defiance, OH 43512)

Available anytime 24/7

Hicksville Police Department

(510 W High St  Hicksville, OH 43526)

Available anytime 24/7

Henry County

Henry County Sheriff’s Office

(123 East Washington Street  Napoleon, OH 43545)

Available anytime 24/7

Williams County

Williams County Sheriff's Office

(1425 E. High St. (East Annex) Bryan, OH 43506)

Available anytime 24/7

Montpelier Police Department

(221 Empire St. Montpelier, OH 43543)

Available anytime 24/7

Wood County

For information on what to do if your child needs prescription opiates click here.

For more information on Opiates, Prescription Drugs and Heroin click here.