The Drug Enforcement Administration will hold its 13th Prescription Drug Take-Back Day this weekend.
National, state and local law enforcement officials will join with community coalition groups to collect potentially dangerous prescription drugs from Georgians.
You can drop off expired, unused and unwanted pills for free.
At the last Drug Take-Back Day on October 22, 2016, the D.E.A. collected more than 8,500 pounds of unwanted or expired medications.
To find out where the closest Drug Take-Back Day drop-off location is, click here.
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