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Prescription Drug Drop-Off

As part of a comprehensive plan to fight drug abuse in Brown County, the Sheriff's Office is collecting unwanted residential household medications. The purpose of the collections is to prevent theft, avoid poisoning of children and pets, and to stop pollution of our local waterways. Wisconsin Public Service has joined this effort by agreeing to properly destroy these medications.

Together, we can make a difference in the fight against drug abuse.

Brown County residents are encouraged to bring their unwanted medications to the front desk of the Brown County Sheriff's Office, located at:

2684 Development Drive, in the Village of Bellevue WI.

Collection times are Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m..

For more information, please call 448-4219.


Medication can be left in their original packaging, however it is recommended to either remove or black out the label with a permanent marker.

Private or non-profit clinics, medical facilities, hospitals, veterinarian officers, or alike are not permitted to utilize this program for the disposal of their unwanted/expired medications.

What is collected:

1. Prescription medicines (pills, capsules, ointments, lotions, and or patches);
2. Over the counter medicines (pills, capsules, ointments, vitamins);
3. Sample medications;
4. Liquid medicine in glass or leak proof containers;
5. Inhalers/aerosols.

What is NOT collected:

1. Thermometers;
2. Hydrogen Peroxide;
3. Sharps, syringes, and/or lancets;
4. Biological waste;


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