New Haven collects unneeded medication for Medication Take Back Day Saturday

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH)– New Haven residents had a chance to safely get rid of their expired or unneeded medication Saturday.

Oct. 24 is Medication Take Back Day and the New Haven Health Department, along with the Cornell Scott Hill Health Center, Fair Haven Community Health Care and the New Haven Police Department offered several locations where residents can walk up or drive-through to drop off medications.

The following are the locations were offered Saturday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.:

  • Cornell Scott Hill Health Center at 428 Columbus Avenue, New Haven
  • Fair Haven Community Health Care at 374 Grand Avenue, New Haven
  • Shree Nathji Haveli at 70 Pond Lily Avenue, New Haven

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