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Henry County Police Department | Henry County, GA

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108 S. Zack Hinton Pkwy
McDonough, GA 30253
Tel: (770) 288-8200

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Pill Take Back Program

Pill Take Back ProgramResidents may now dispose of unused or expired prescription drugs in special receptacles, in a safe and convenient manner.

Residents may drop off unwanted prescription medication from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday (except holidays), at two convenient locations:

Henry County Police Department Headquarters
108 S. Zack Hinton Pkwy
McDonough

Henry County Police Department North Precinct
4545 North Henry Blvd.
Stockbridge

Drugs will be incinerated along with the police department’s routine disposal of street drugs during the normal course of business.

These receptacles are not for disposing of syringes, illegal controlled substances or liquid prescription medications.  If you need to dispose of any liquid medications, please see the person at the front window.

 

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Last updated: Wednesday February 19 2014