Prescription & OTC Drug Drop Box Locations

Thank you for looking for safe alternatives for disposing your medications. Flushing medications means they can get into our water system which can impact fish, wild life, or even you. Unused drugs can also find their way into the wrong hands—that is dangerous and often tragic. Please contact one of the DEA-authorized collection sites listed below to properly dispose of your medication.
Ashland Police Department

1155 East Main Street, Ashland
Available Monday - Friday  8am to 5pm

Central Point Police Department

155 South 2nd St. Central Point
Available 24 hours - 7 days a week

Eagle Point Police Department

17 Buchanan Ave., Eagle Point
Available Monday - Friday 8am to 12pm & 1pm - 5pm

Jackson County Sheriff's Department

5179 Crater Lake Hwy, Central Point
Available 24 hours - 7 days a week

Jacksonville Police Department

225 South 3rd St. Jacksonville
Available Monday - Friday  8am to 5pm

Medford Police Department

411 W 8th Street, Medford
Available Monday - Friday, 6am - 10pm

 

Rogue Community Health Pharmacy

19 Myrtle St., Medford OR 97504
Monday-Friday 8:30 am– 5:30 pm

Rogue Community Health White City

8389 Division Rd., White City, OR 97503
Monday-Friday 8:30 am– 5:30 pm

Talent Police Department

604 Talent Avenue, Talent
Available Monday-Friday
8am - noon & 1pm - 4pm
*they request that the medications be removed from the pill bottles and placed in a ziploc bag.

White City Sheriff's Office

3131 Avenue C, White City
Available 9am - 4pm- 7 days a week

Walgreens Pharmacy

Some local Walgreens have a drop off kiosk, but not all. Stores that do not have safe medication kiosks offer a Dispose Rx service, an environmentally-friendly, at-home medication disposal for unused medications. This is provided at no cost to the customer upon request. They also accept inhalers and aerosols!

What's Accepted

Printable list of accepted drop-off locations

Click here for a printable list of locations and acceptable items

Unused portions of medicines must be disposed of properly to avoid harm to people, pets and wildlife. Drugs can end up in the wrong hands and find their way into our drinking water and waterways.

Bring your unwanted or expired medications for safe and environmentally responsible disposal. Any unneeded over-the-counter (OTC) medications or prescriptions not being used by a family member or pet will be accepted at no charge. All medications will be incinerated.

Only household medicines will be accepted. Do NOT bring any medicines from businesses such as nursing homes, pharmacies or medical facilities. Please do NOT bring thermometers, needles or other medical waste; they will not be accepted.