In support of National Drug Take-Back Day, local law enforcement agencies have teamed up to offer a disposal for unused and expired medications and prescription drugs.

On Saturday, the public can bring their medications to the downtown Bozeman police station, 30 N. Rouse Ave.

Prescription and over-the-counter pills, liquids and cream medications are accepted, in addition to pet medications. Injectable drugs and aerosols won’t be accepted.

Collection is free and anonymous.

Saturday’s collection runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Elk’s Club will be at the police station with information on drug abuse for parents and teens through the group’s National Drug Awareness Program.

Officers will also hand out information on the department’s bicycle registration program.

A permanent prescription drug drop-off kiosk, which is also free and confidential, is located in the lobby of the Law and Justice Center, 615 S. 16th Ave.



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