The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office, in partnership with CASA-Trinity, the Nunda Family Pharmacy and the Livingston County Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, have created a drug drop box at the Nunda Family Pharmacy located at 12 North State Street in Nunda, as
well as the Livingston County CNR located at 11 Murray Hill Drive in Mount Morris. The boxes are number six and number seven in the strategic planning to safely discard unwanted medication/drugs. This concludes the strategic plan for medication drop boxes around
Livingston County through the Sheriff’s Office.
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The need for a drop box in Nunda was identified and supported through the Genesee Valley Health Partnership’s Be Well in Livingston project. The box is located in the pharmacy building and will be available during all normal business hours. The need for the CNR box
was developed through countywide discussions and proposals to the Sheriff’s Office. The drop box at the CRN will be available during normal business hours.
More than 70 percent of young people abusing prescription pain relievers get them through friends or family, a statistic that includes raiding the family medicine cabinet. Residents can use any of the 7 drop boxes available to deposit unwanted prescription drugs, including pet
Sheriff’s Deputies assigned to the Forensic Identification Unit monitor the boxes and collect the contents for destruction. Sharps, liquids and inhalers cannot be deposited but arrangements can be made through the Sheriff’s Office by calling 585.243.7100.
The other medication disposal boxes can be found at the following locations:
• Lima Village Pharmacy, 7298 West Main St., Lima.
• Livingston County Sheriff’s Office (outside lobby), 4 Court St., Geneseo.
• North Dansville Town Hall, 14 Clara Barton St., Dansville.
• Caledonia Village Office, 3095 Main St., Caledonia
• Livonia Pharmacy: 5975 Big Tree Rd, Lakeville