CVS/pharmacy, as part of their partnership with Drugfree.org, has donated a medication disposal unit to the Nashua Police Department. We would like to announce that there is now a prescription drug take back box in the lobby of the Nashua Police. The box allows the public to safely dispose of unwanted/unused prescription drug medication. Medication should be dropped off in the original containers, and can be deposited anonymously without checking in with members of the Nashua Police Department. The box does not accept needles and or syringes, thermometers, liquids, aerosols, inhalers, or bloody or infectious waste. The box is located within the lobby of the Nashua Police Department at 0 Panther Drive and is accessible 24 hours a day.
The Nashua Police Department would like to thank CVS/pharmacy who provided the box to Nashua Police free of charge in order to facilitate this important program through their Medication Disposal for Safer Communities Program, which is part of the Company’s on-going commitment to combat prescription drug abuse. For more information on this program visit, www.cvs.com/safercommunities.
The Nashua Police would also like to thank the Nashua Prevention Coalition for their support in helping to bring this program to Nashua.