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Removing unwanted and unused opioids and prescription drugs from our medicine cabinets and keeping them off the streets of Greater Hazleton, PA.

Drop the Drugs Hazleton van

Hazleton’s “Drop the Drugs” Van

A mobile drug drop-off location to help keep excess and unwanted prescription drugs out of the hands of our children.

Hazleton’s “Drop the Drugs” van is an initiative patterned after one originally started by former Susquehanna County District Attorney Robert Klein. The goal is to make it easier for residents to safely and securely dispose of old or unwanted prescription drugs.

The point is simple: Let’s make it easier to get these addictive drugs out of our medicine cabinets and off our streets. The earlier these opiates are taken out of our medicine cabinets and properly destroyed, the safer our community will be.

Pounds of Drugs

removed from the streets of Hazleton, PA, to date!

Title Sponsors

Hazleton Creek Properties, LLC
Lehigh Valley Health Network

Sponsors

($500 and above)

Altadis
Bearing and Drive Solutions
Brenner Recycling
Covenant Abstract
Dekka Studios
DeFebo Graphics
First Federal Foundation
Harry's U-Pull It
Hazleton Lions Club

Hazleton UNICO
Janney Montgomery Scott LLC
Landmark Community Bank
Luzerne Tire
Dr. Anthony and Linda Martyak
One Group Insurance
Pathway to Recovery
Sheetz
United Way Students

Patron Sponsors

(under $500)

Citizen Publishing
Bill and Patricia Genetti
Gould's ShurSave
Lackawanna Insurance Company
Ed Pane
Atty. Pasco Schiavo
Service Electric
Yudichak Family Lighthouse Foundation

Special thanks to:
Paul Brenner, Brenner Recycling - Project Coordinator
Mark Ondishin, Luzerne Tire - Committee Member
Joe Cerullo - Committee Member
Attorney Robert Sensky of Laputka, Bayless, Ecker and Cohn, P.C. - Committee Member

 

How You Can Help

Donations to help fund the "Drop the Drugs" van in Hazleton  can be made by sending a check payable to:
Hazleton Rotary Foundation (a registered 501(c)3 organization)
282 S. Wyoming Street
Hazleton, PA 18201