What is a Permanent Prescription Drug Drop Box and why do we need it?

With the increase in prescription drug abuse, it has become imperative for several cities, that action must be taken. These permanent drug drop boxes provide a safe and effective way to dispose of prescription drugs that are no longer needed for their intended purpose. The drugs in the drop-box will then be safely incinerated.

Take your unwanted or expired prescription drugs to these locations at any time:

Permanent Drug Drop-off Locations in Region 3

Argyle PD:  506 Highway 377 N., Argyle, TX  76226

Arlington Walgreens Pharmacy: 3400 Matlock Rd., Arlington, TX 76015

Burleson Walgreens Pharmacy: 833 SW Wilshire Blvd., Burleson, TX 76028

Carrollton Walgreens Pharmacy: 1804 E Hebron Pkwy., Carrollton, TX 75010

Cedar Hill Police Department: 285 Uptown Blvd. Building 200, Cedar Hill, TX 75104

Dallas Walgreens Pharmacy: 5742 E. Mockingbird Ln., Dallas TX 75206

Dallas Walgreens Pharmacy: 8120 S Cockrell Hill Rd., Dallas, TX 75236

Denton Walgreens Pharmacy: 101 W University Dr., Denton, TX 76201

Duncanville PD: 203 E Wheatland Rd, Duncanville, TX 75116

Ennis Constable’s Office:  207 Sonoma Trail, Ennis, TX  75119

Flower Mound PD: 4150 Kirkpatrick Ln, Flower Mound, TX 75028

Ft. Worth Walgreens Pharmacy: 6205 Westcreek Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76133

Garland Sundance Behavioral Hospital: 2696 W Walnut St, Garland, TX 75042

Grand Prairie Walgreens Pharmacy: 507 S Carrier Pkwy., Grand Prairie, TX 75051

Haltom City Walgreens Pharmacy: 4520 Western Center Blvd, Haltom City, TX 76137

Highland Park PD: 4700 Drexel Dr., Highland Park, TX 75025

Highland Village PD:  1000 Highland Village Rd., Lewisville, TX  75077

Hood County Sheriff’s Office:  400 Deputy Larry Miller Dr., Granbury, TX  76048

Hurst Walgreens Pharmacy: 780 Bedford Euless Rd., Hurst, TX 76053

McKinney Walgreens Pharmacy: 1651 W University Dr., McKinney, TX 75069

Mesquite Walgreens Pharmacy: 401 N Galloway Ave, Mesquite, TX 75149

Midlothian PD: 1150 U.S. 67 Frontage Rd #300, Midlothian, TX 76065

Milford Police Department: 107 S. Main St., Milford, TX 76670

Plano Walgreens Pharmacy: 2001 Custer Rd., Plano, TX 75075

Roanoke PD:  609 Dallas Dr., Roanoke, TX  76262

University of North Texas Health Science Center PD: 3600 Mattison Ave, Ft. Worth, TX 76115

University Park PD: 3800 University Blvd. University Park, TX 75205

Weatherford Walgreens Pharmacy: 1317 S. Main St., Weatherford, TX 75010

Westworth Village PD:  311 Burton Hill Rd., Westworth Village, TX  76114

For more drop dox locations, visit the Drug Enforcement Agency Website


Have you seen our billboards? 

Alcohol is the most widely used substance among students in Keller ISD

Seventeen percent of district students reported most or all of their close friends drink alcohol; and 63 percent said alcohol (beer, wine coolers, wine, and liquor) was somewhat easy or very easy to obtain.Past-month use of Alcohol for 12th graders was 40 percent.

Twenty-one percent of Keller ISD students said alcohol was used at most or all of the parties they attended in the past school year

(Facts from Texas School Survey – Keller ISD 2014)

Have you seen our billboard facts? Take a look below:

Fact #1 1 in 4 teens knows at least one friend or classmate who abuses prescriptions drugs.

Fact #2 56% of teens say it easy to get prescription drugs from their parents’ medicine cabinet.

Fact #3 Every 19 minutes a person dies from a drug overdose in the U.S.

Fact #4 More Americans die from drug overdoses than in car crashes.

Fact #5 Marijuana use among full-time college students is on the rise.

Fact #6 33% of Texas 12 graders report drinking alcohol without parental approval in the past month.

Fact # 7 22% of Denton County parents report talking to their kids about drugs and alcohol “seldom or never.”

Fact #8 23% of Hood County parents report talking to their kids about drugs and alcohol ”seldom or never.”

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