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Colorado Medication Take-Back Project

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The Colorado Medication Take-Back Project is a network of secure boxes for the collection of unused and unwanted household medications. The collection boxes can be found at 11 convenient locations - nine on the Front Range and two in Summit County. The collection locations are listed below:

Organization Name/Company Locations Served
City Market 300 Dillon Ridge Road (Dillon)
  400 North Parkway (Breckenridge)
   
Denver Health

Wellington E. Webb Center for Primary Care
301 West 6th Avenue (Denver)

   
King Soopers 3400 Youngfield Street (Wheat Ridge)
  4271 South Buckley Road (Aurora)
  9551 South University Boulevard (Highlands Ranch)
  2810 Quebec Street (Denver)
  100 Founders Parkway (Castle Rock)
  1173 Bergen Parkway (Evergreen)
   
Tri-County Health Department 4827 South Broadway (Englewood)
  4201 East 72nd Avenue, #D (Commerce City)

 

Important: The Project cannot accept prescribed narcotics or other controlled substances, such as Percocet, Oxycontin, Vicodin, Xanax, Ritalin and Adderall, among others*. You can dispose of these and other prescribed medications at the DEA National Drug Take Back Day on April 26th from 10am to 2pm. To find a time and location near you, please visit the DEA Office of Diversion Control site. 

 

The Project cannot accept sharps or needles. View the Project's FAQ for more information and disposal options.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

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* = These are brand-names of various narcotics. Brand name and generic narcotics are not accepted.

  

Additional Resources:


For more information on the proper disposal of household medications, visit  Medical and Pharmaceutical Waste page,  and www.smarxtdisposal.net.

 

 

 

For more information, or questions related to the Program, please contact:

Greg Fabisiak
cdphe.hmmedtakeback@state.co.us
(303) 692-2903