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)|
Wellington E. Webb Center for Primary Care
|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*. Additionally, the Project cannot accept sharps or needles. View the Project's FAQ for more information and disposal options.
* = These are brand-names of various narcotics. Brand name and generic narcotics are not accepted.
For more information, or questions related to the Program, please contact: