As part of my ongoing effort to combat the opioid epidemic in our community, I wanted to make you aware of an important upcoming opportunity for you to help. 

I think many of us would be surprised by the amount of unused medications that can be found in our homes. Too often, children are the ones that find them. We should take every precaution to be sure that they don't end up in the wrong hands. The best thing to do is get rid of them in a responsible way.

The DEA's National Prescription Drug Take Back Day provides a safe, convenient, and responsible way to dispose of excess prescription drugs. It also provides an opportunity to raise awareness about the opioid crisis and to educate our friends, family, and neighbors about the potential for abuse of medications.

On Saturday, April 28, 2018, several locations in our district will serve as a National Take Back Day collection site, giving an opportunity for our community to dispose of prescription drugs.

I hope you'll join me this Take Back Day as we continue our work combating the opioid crisis. By working together, we can save lives. 

You can find a list of collection sites below, and find the closest one to your home here. You can also read about my efforts to fight the opioid epidemic here.

Collection Sites

Royer Pharmacy

335 West Main Street - Leola, PA 17540

Royer Pharmacy

113 S 7th Street - Akron, PA 17501

Giant Food

1008 Lititz Pike - Lititz, PA 17543

Royer Pharmacy

2 E Main Street - Ephrata, PA 17522

Garden Spot Village

433 South Kinzer Avenue - New Holland, PA 17557

CVS Pharmacy

101 Reeceville Road - Coatesville, PA 19320

Coatesville Police Department

1 City Hall Place - Coatesville, PA 19320

Giant Food

1278 North Market Street - Elizabethtown, PA 17022

Giant Food

2641 Shillington Road - Reading, PA 19609

Giant Food

2104 Van Reed Road - Reading, PA 19609

Avon Grove Library

117 Rosehill Avenue - West Grove, PA 19390

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Lloyd Smucker

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