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October 23, 2021
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
1220 A St.
Washougal, WA 98671
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Drug Take Back

Saturday, October 23, 2021

Bring unused medication for safe, free disposal at five drive-thru Drug Take Back Event sites in Clark County:

  1. Any prescription and over-the-counter medication including pills, liquids & inhalers will be accepted for safe, FREE disposal.
  2. Medications may remain in original containers and labels do not need to be removed.
  3. Medications not in original containers will be accepted too.
  4. Vaping devices & e-Cigarettes WITHOUT Batteries will also be accepted for free disposal at all event sites EXCEPT Cowlitz Indian Tribal Public Safety Department.
  5. Sharps and syringes will be accepted from noncommercial sources ONLY at the PeaceHealth SW Urgent Care event site. Use an approved Sharps container when transporting; if one is not available, use a rigid plastic container with a lid (ex: plastic milk jug) & label the container: WARNING-SHARPS DO NOT RECYCLE
  6. NO prefilled syringes will be accepted for disposal at any event site.


Washougal Silver Star Search and Rescue
1220 A St., Washougal

* Not accepting Sharps or syringes
* Accepting vape pens & e-cigarettes WITHOUT batteries

FREE Year-Round Medication Disposal locations 

Did you know any day can be a drug take back day? Protect loved ones and keep medicine out of the wrong hands by properly disposing prescription medications at a drug take back event or at a year-round medication disposal location near you. To find free year-round medication disposal locations anywhere in Washington state go to or for more information about free year-round medication disposal locations in Clark and Skamania counties visit: or call Clark County Public Health at (564) 397-7352. Remember: Keep any medications in your home out of reach and locked away.

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