Through a partnership with the state wide efforts of the Count It, Lock It, Drop It campaign we have lock boxes for medications for our community members. Stop by or call our office for more details on how you or your organization can receive free lock boxes. For more information go to https://countitlockitdropit.org/
Deterra bags are convenient bags in which residents can dump their unused medications, add a cup of water, and seal the bag up. The contents of the bag with the water will neutralize the medications and allow you to throw the bag away once sealed.
The Rx Timer Cap is a pill bottle with a digital timer on the cap that shows the amount of time it’s been since you’ve last taken your pills. These caps are great for reminding whether you are taking multiple pills at different times or just once a day. We have caps available in EZ-Twist (senior friendly) and Child Resistant to choose from.
Training on how to administer Naloxone Nasal Spray if you suspect an opioid overdose and kit that includes two nasal sprays to reverse negative side effects of an overdose.
We are proud to partner with the Johnson County Sheriff's department and Ballad Health to provide our community with these 2 locations for disposing of unwanted and unused medications. These locations are free to use anytime.
Stop by our office and pick up one of our free community resource guides. It contains many of the resources available in our community and our region that are available to you
This is a great way to try to stop smoking by using the timer cap bottles to gauge how often you smoke a cigarette. By trying to extend the time between cigarettes, you can cut down on the # of cigarettes you smoke in a 24 hour period.
Central Baptist Church has an area dedicated to resources and information from A.C.T.I.O.N./AARRC