Prescription Drug Safety

Keeping medicines secure and disposing of them properly is key to protecting your loved ones. Medication theft is a concern for many families,
and many young people begin abusing prescription drugs with items found in their own medicine cabinet. To keep your medications safe there are three things you can do: monitor, secure and dispose of your medications.

To monitor your medications, keep track of the refills and any leftover medication to ensure none goes missing. A medication inventory sheet can be used to track all of your medications, the number of doses, and the expected date of refill to ensure medications are not disappearing more quickly than expected.

To secure your medications, keep them in a safe location. This can include locking them up in a medication lock box or safe. You can obtain a lock box at no cost from Clermont County Public Health by calling 513-735-8400.

To dispose of any medication that is no longer needed, find the nearest drug drop off box location.

Prescription Drug Drop Box Locations

Amelia Police Department
44 West Main Street,  Amelia, OH 45102
513-753-4747

Bethel Police Department
120 North Main Street #2,  Bethel, OH 45106
513-735-2256

Clermont County Sheriff’s Office
4470 Ohio 222,  Batavia, OH 45103
513-732-7500

Goshen Township Police Department6757 Goshen Road,  Goshen, OH 45122
513-722-3200

Loveland Police Department
126 S. Lebanon Road,  Loveland, OH 45140
513-583-3000

Mercy Health – Anderson Hospital
7500 State Road,  Cincinnati, OH 45255
513-624-4500

Mercy Health – Clermont Hospital
3000 Hospital Drive,  Batavia, OH 45103
513-732-8200

Miami Township Police Department
5900 McPicken Drive,  Milford, OH 45150
513-248-3721

Milford Police Department
745 Center Street,  Milford, OH 45150
513-248-5084

Pierce Township Police Department
950 Locust Corner Road,  Cincinnati, OH 45245
513-752-4100