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Hey guys! You know once in a while I have to share something a little more serious here, and that’s what’s going on today. Let’s talk about the LifeInCheck Consumer Drug Take-Back Program and National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, falling on Saturday, April 27th this year (2019).

Dispose of your unused and expired medications properly to preserve the environment by utilizing the LifeInCheck Consumer Drug Take-Back Program receptacles. CLICK to learn more! #ConsumerDrugTakeBack #LifeInCheck #CollectiveBias

As you know, we are blessed to live in the mountains of New Hampshire. Our area is very rural and living in a town with no stoplight does have it’s advantages, like an abundance of wildlife and natural areas. Preserving nature is always on our mind, and that includes proper disposal of unused or expired medications.

Flowers at Quincy Bog Natural Area

With the LifeInCheck Consumer Drug Take-Back receptacles, you don’t need to wait until National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. You can dispose of your unused or expired prescriptions, OTC drugs, and even pet medication safely and discretely at your convenience, all year long.

Improper Disposal Of Unused or Expired Medication

Living in a rural area, if we flush or dump medications down the drain, they literally end up in our back yard. From there they could end up in the lakes and streams. Not to mention our drinking water and vegetable garden! If we toss them in the garbage, they’ll end up in a land fill. In any case, improper disposal can cause damage to the environment or end up in your drinking water. According to the Associated Press, 46 million Americans are exposed to trace amounts of medications in their drinking water. UGH. Gross. No thanks! 🤢

Appalachian Trail, Holt's Ledge in Hanover, New Hampshire

When disposed of improperly, they may even fall into the wrong hands and end up being abused by others. According to, 18 million people in the U.S. over the age of 12 have misused medications at least once in the past year. And according to, 83% of people who misuse prescription pain relievers, including opioids, get them from a friend or relative.

LifeInCheck Consumer Drug Take-Back Program

To help reduce these issues and bring awareness to the opioid crisis, LifeInCheck created the Consumer Drug Take-Back program. This gives consumers a safe option to discard their outdated or unused medications throughout the USA.

Click here to find a LifeInCheck Consumer Drug Take-Back receptacle location.

Life In Check Drug Disposal Receptacle Locator

Simply enter your city and state or zip code and search radius and a list of safe drug take-back locations in your area will pop up on your screen.

At these locations, you can dispose of unused or expired prescription medication (Including Schedule II-V controlled substances), unused or expired over-the-counter medication, and even pet medication!

Needless to say, we’re happy to have LifeInCheck Consumer Drug Take-Back receptacles nearby.

Dartmouth Hitchcock Pharmacy LifeInCheck

Upper Valley LifeInCheck Receptacle Locations

  • Dartmouth-Hitchcock Pharmacy at Centerra in Lebanon, NH – easy in and easy out.
  • Dartmouth-Hitchcock Pharmacy inside the hospital.
  • Dick Hall’s House Pharmacy at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH.

LifeInCheck receptacle inside Dartmouth Hitchcock Pharmacy at Centerra Parkway in Lebanon, NH

The LifeInCheck Consumer Drug Take-Back receptacle at D-H Pharmacy at Centerra Park is located just inside the front door. Easy in and easy out! This is a discreet, safe, and responsible way to dispose of your unused or expired medications.

Life In Check drug disposal receptacle.

Katie has some unused medication from her wisdom tooth extraction. I have unused prescription medication from an agonizing costochondritis flare-up. So today we’re swinging by the D-H Pharmacy at Centerra to dispose of them correctly.

Life In Check drug disposal program receptacles

Visit your local LifeInCheck Consumer Drug Take-Back receptacle and dispose of your unused or expired meds today.

How to use the receptacle:

  • Open the drawer
  • Place the medication inside
  • Closing the drawer and poof! They’ll take care of the rest!

Disposing of unused medication at a Life In Check receptacle.

Why is proper disposal of unused medication important to you?

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