Community Care

Healthcare providers—from family physicians to dentists—educate patients about prevention and taking care of themselves and their families. Medication safety should be among the topics covered with all patients—no matter their ages.


Opioids and Teens

Teenagers often receive their first exposure to opioids and other controlled substances as a result of wisdom teeth removal or orthopedic injuries.  Unfortunately, an estimated three percent of those teens go on to misuse opioids. Providers can help reduce the risks associated with keeping unused medication in the home by educating teens and their parents and providing them with DisposeRx packets.


Product availablility

DisposeRx at-home medication disposal packets are currently available to pharmacies through DisposeRxDirect.com and wholesalers like AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health, and others.

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Partnerships to protect all family members, including Pets

If you are interested in launching or enhancing an Opioid Stewardship or Medication Disposal program, please reach out today to see how we can work together to reduce the risks associated with medications.

Reducing the risks associated with unused medications in the home is one way of helping to keep family members and friends safe. We are proud to partner with pharmacy and healthcare leaders, as well as community organizations, to help educate about the importance of prompt and proper medication disposal.

Please contact DisposeRx, Inc., if you would like additional information about our product or education initiatives.

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