The TAG Drug Task Force is a member of the ASAP Opiate Task Force, in response to the strain the opiate epidemic has had on our communities, our families, and the overall quality of life within Trumbull County.
Help stop prescription drug abuse. Drop off your expired, unused or unwanted medications for safe disposal at one of the following drop box locations in Trumbull County:
Bazetta Township Police Department, 2671 McCleary Jacoby Rd; (330) 638-5503
Brookfield Police Department, 6844 Strimbu Dr.; (330) 448-6960
Champion Police Department, 149 Center St. E; (330) 847-9363
Hubbard Police Department, 220 W liberty St.; (330) 534-8153
Hubbard Township Police Department, 2600 Elwood Dr. Ext.; (330) 534-8477
Kinsman Township Police Department, 8070 Main St.; (330) 876-7403
Liberty Township Administration Building, 1315 Churchill Hubbard Rd., Suite B; (330) 759-1315
Lordstown Police Department, 1583 Salt Springs Rd.; (330) 824-2545
Newton Falls Police Department, 19 N Canal St.; (330) 872-5757
Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office, 150 High St. NW, Warren, OH; (330) 675-2508
Vienna Police Department, 856 Youngstown Kingsville Rd.; (330) 856-4421
Weathersfield Township Police Department, 1451 Prospect St.; (330) 652-6326
Some pharmacies, such as some CVS, Walgreens and Walmart, also accept unused medications for disposal.
Operation Empty Medicine Cabinet is a bi-annual scheduled event to collect unused medications. This event helps to prevent prescription pill abuse, and to prevent the pollution and possible poisoning caused from prescriptions disposed of improperly.Medications accepted include pills, capsules, patches, gels, powders, ointments, syrups, vitamins, and pet medications. Keep the drugs in their original containers or in sealed plastic bags. Medications not accepted include needles, syringes, lancets, thermometers, IV bags, and aerosol cans.