You CAN help stem the tide of opioid abuse: more than 65 percent of people misusing painkillers get them from friends or family. Taking opioids responsibly means preventing misuse and abuse – never share or sell your medications and ensure proper disposal and storage.
Prescription disposal locations are offered year-round across the Mid-Shore. The collection sites and times are listed here.
PLEASE DO NOT DEPOSIT NEEDLES IN DROP BOXES!
Queen Anne’s County
Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office
505 Railroad Ave. Centreville
Maryland State Police Barrack “S”
311 Safety Drive. Centreville
Denton Police Department
100 N. 3rd St. Denton
Hours: 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. M-F
Talbot County Public Safety Center
115 W. Dover St. Easton
Hours: 5 a.m. until 9 p.m. daily
Maryland State Police Barrack “I”
7053 Ocean Gateway Easton
Accepts medications 24 hours/day
Cambridge Police Department
3 Washington St. Cambridge
Hurlock Police Department
200 Nealson St. Hurlock
Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office
829 Fieldcrest Road Cambridge
Kent County Sheriff’s Department
104 Vickers Drive Unit B Chestertown
Hours: 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. M-F
Call your local health department prevention office for more information:
Dorchester County: 410-228-3223
Talbot County: 410-819-5600
Caroline County: 410-479-8164
Kent County: 410-778-7918
Queen Anne’s County: 410-758-1083 (x4524)
More information on medication disposal is available here.
You can also find a drop-off location via the DEA’s locator.