Saturday, April 27 - National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

Jack M. Martins

April 26, 2013

Drop-Off Locations Around Seventh Senate District Set Up to Drop Off Unwanted or Unused Prescription Drugs


We all know that unused or expired prescription medications can present a serious threat to public health and safety as well as the environment. This Saturday, April 27, is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. If you have any unwanted or unused prescription drugs, you are encouraged to bring them to any of the local community drop-off sites from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A number of drop-off locations have been set up within the Seventh Senate District. I thank the police departments and hospitals in my district for being drop-off locations. The locations in the Seventh Senate District are as follows:


Floral Park Police Department, 1 Floral Park Boulevard in Floral Park

Lake Success Police Department, 15 Vanderbilt Drive, Great Neck

Port Washington Police Department, 500 Port Washington Boulevard, Port Washington.

Sands Point Police Department, 26 Tibbits Lane, Sands Point.

Old Westbury Police Department, 1 Storehill Road, Old Westbury

Kings Point Police Department, 32 Steppingstone Lane, Kings Point

Nassau County Police, 1655 Dutch Broadway, Elmont

Nassau County Police, 100 Community Drive, Manhasset

North Shore University Hospital (Monti Classroom), 300 Community Drive, Manhasset

DEA New York Division, LI Jewish Hospital, 275-05 76th Avenue, New Hyde Park

Walgreens, 8345 Langdale Street in New Hyde Park

Great Neck Estates Police Department, 1 Cedar Drive, Great Neck

Nassau County Police, 214 Hillside Avenue, Williston Park


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