Prescription Drugs are Still Drugs-Take only if yours.
It’s that time of year to Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet. Youth in our communities report it is easy to get medication. Help reduce access!
We will be having a drive-thru event where you can safely dispose of your medications and vapes. It will be held on:
Saturday, October 28 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Clinton County Law Center/Courthouse
Remember to monitor and secure all medication and get rid of medication you don’t need.
TIPS (Training for Intervention Procedures) is a FREE training program designed to prevent inebriation, drunk driving, and underage drinking. TIPS certified staff are less likely to sell to underage people and are more knowledgeable about state and local regulations. They receive fewer penalties for alcohol violations, provide improved customer service and satisfaction, and are more comfortable when dealing with inebriated patrons.
There are different TIPS classes which include:
Contact our office if you would like to get a TIPS class scheduled for your business.
Clinton Substance Abuse Council
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