Drug Takeback - Indiana

What to do with Leftover Medicines


Indiana

Follow the links below to find locations for leftover medication take-back in your state. Those with the most information are listed first.

Indicates that a collection site is located within a police station/law enforcement facility.

Indicates that a collection site is located within a pharmacy.

 

Indiana Department of Environmental Management

The Indiana Department of Environmental Management maintains a spreadsheet that lists over 100 collection sites, including law enforcement agencies, pharmacies, and other medical organizations and environmental groups—as well as the sites’ days and hours of operation. This spreadsheet can be found at the top web page, under the section "What To Do With Unwanted Medicine.” Click on the bullet "list of local medicine collection programs [XLS]” to access the spreadsheet. The Indiana Department of Environmental Management also provides educational information on proper pharmaceutical disposal on their webpage.

DEA Collection Location Search Tool

By entering your zip code in the search field of this federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) search tool, you can find all authorized collector locations (chain and independent retail pharmacies, hospitals and clinics with on-site pharmacies, etc.) that can collect controlled substances. 

Note: 

  • Law enforcement locations (e.g., police departments, sheriff offices) are not included in this search.
  • Pharmacies and other authorized locations collecting only non-controlled substances may not be included in this search. 
 

AWARxE

AWARxE’s Drug Disposal Locator Tool lists law enforcement locations that host permanent drug take-back receptacles. AWARxE is an online resource run by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) Foundation that provides information about medicine safety, prescription drug abuse, medication disposal, and safe purchase of medications online.

 

After identifying nearby drug take-back programs using any of the tools above, residents should contact their local collection site before visiting to confirm its drug take-back program is active and for hours of operation. 

If you are aware of another drug take-back location search tool or resource that is not included on this page, please email suzy@productstewardship.us.

 

 

 

Stay Informed,

Stay Safe!

 

Click on the image below to download our leftover medicine fact sheet.

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