Berks County Opioid Settlement Funds – Click here to learn more or apply
In Berks County, residents can take advantage of three FREE programs that support medication safety
Available at over 20 locations county-wideLearn more
Destroy unused medications quickly and easily at homeOrder free bags
The locking medicine case allows for organization and secure storage of medicines and medical supplies.Learn more
Flushing or pouring medications down the drain can pollute our waters, impact aquatic species, and contaminate our food and water supplies.
Medication drop boxes are securely placed at over 20 municipal police buildings throughout Berks County. These drop boxes resemble a United States Postal Service mailbox, and items can be easily dropped in, but cannot be retrieved unless unlocked by Berks County District Attorney Detectives. Inventoried medications are incinerated at the discretion of the Berks County District Attorney’s Detectives and Solid Waste Authority. Learn more.
Please note: medications should be in the original container with personal information blacked out. For further questions, please call our office at (610) 376-8669, or visit the District Attorney’s website HERE.
This program was developed as a cooperative effort between the Berks County District Attorney’s Office, the Council on Chemical Abuse (COCA), and the Berks County Solid Waste Authority.