The next upcoming Drug Take-Back Day is set for April 20, 2021, from 10-2 pm.
Locations include Mountain City Town Hall, Butler Fire Dept. and Shady Valley Fire Dept.
Clean out those cabinets and keep your families safe!
Johnson County has two drug drop boxes at the
Johnson County Sheriff's Station
214 Honeysuckle Street
Johnson County Community Hospital
1901 S. Shady Street
These boxes are available for drop off 24/7.
Through CLD It, we work with our local pharmacies and health care providers to promote safe storage of prescription medications within the home. We have lock boxes in our office for community members. Through our PFS Rx Grant, we are able to give these out for FREE to any community member who needs one. Stop in and get yours today!
We are trained local distributors of Naloxone. We have it in the Narcan nasal spray. We are able to give these out to community members for FREE. We do require a training for anyone who needs a Narcan kit. It takes about 5-10 minutes.
We also can provide trainings to any organizations wishing to train their staff on Naloxone.
· Small, constricted “pinpoint pupils”
· Falling asleep or loss of consciousness
· Slow, shallow breathing
· Choking or gurgling sounds
· Limp body
· Pale, blue, or cold skin
Did you know that 66% of Johnson County 8th, 10th and 12th graders reported that have NEVER been talked to about the dangers of using prescription drugs NOT prescribed to them. (TN Together Student Survey 2018-19)
Talk to your kids! They Do Listen!