Drug Take Back Program
Bradley County Sheriff’s Office participates in the Prescription Drug Take-Back initiative.
Prescription Drug Take-Back is made available to area Residents of Bradley County.
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, partnering with Going Respectfully Against Addictive Behaviors (GRAAB), is providing a central location to drop-off leftover or unused medications.
Prescription drugs can now be taken to the Criminal Investigations entrance of the Bradley County Judicial Center. This is located on the south side of the complex, facing APD 40.
Hours for collection are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Please take part in the prevention of unused medications on getting into the wrong hands or discarded in a less safe area.
- Helps to eliminate mistaken uses of old medications that could happen from other family members, children, and friends.
- Decreases availabilities of sharing prescribed medication to others.
- Helps protect the purity of our water supplies.
- Can help prevent and minimize the chance of early addictions.
- Can help prevent accidental poisoning from incorrect or outdated medications.
Items accepted include:
- Over the counter medications
- Pet medications
- Medicated ointment, lotions or drops
- Liquid medications (in leak-proof containers)
- Pills in any packaging (plastic containers, plastic bags, etc.)
Items not accepted include:
- Illegal drugs & narcotics (although the Sheriff’s Office will accept these items if placed in the containers)
- Blood sugar equipment
- IV bags
- Bloody or infectious waste
- Personal care products (shampoo, lotions, etc)