FRISCO, TX, (Oct. 25, 2023) – The Texas Legends have announced the renewal and expansion of their partnership with DisposeRx, the opioid disposal company working to
Lt. Governor and NFL Hall of Famer Randy White Kick Off Coaches vs. Overdoses Initiative to Curb Opioid Abuse in Delaware
Each October, Delaware observes National Substance Abuse Prevention Month by “going purple” with the program Delaware Goes Purple. The program empowers the community to stand up, to erase the stigma and support people who need it most. This year, Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long and NFL Hall of Famer Randy White teamed up with Delaware coaches and student athletes to launch the Coaches vs. Overdoses initiative.
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Avina is trying to change that by spreading the word about ways to get drugs off the streets. During a news conference Wednesday, a number of organizations joined forces to announce ways South Bay residents can get rid of medications they don’t need.
South Bay pharmacy offers new ways to get rid of unwanted meds ahead of National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
Lyon’s Pharmacy in Chula Vista hosted a news conference on Wednesday to announce measures South Bay residents can take to dispose of unwanted medications safely. They carry a unique product called Dispose Rx that helps you get rid of unwanted prescriptions. They say you fill the pill bottle with water, pour is the disposing powder and shake it until you no longer hear pills rattling.
NEWARK – Randy White is a former McKean High and University of Maryland football star, seven-time first team All-Pro as a defensive tackle with the
Pro Football Hall of Famer Randy White joins Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long to promote Delaware’s new safe prescription drug disposal program. Source This article was
Lt. Gov Bethany Hall Long joined NFL Hall of Famer Randy White to announce a new initiative to prevent opioid abuse in the state. Aimed
Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long joined NFL Hall of Famer, and Delaware native Randy White at the DIAA women’s high school basketball semi-finals on Wednesday to announce a new statewide initiative to curb prescription drug abuse in Delaware. The “Bench Opioids” initiative is a prevention and drug disposal blitz targeting opioid abuse and overdose deaths, especially among student-athletes.