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Medication Disposal

Seniors vs. Crime and the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office work closely with the Gateway Impact Coalition, a community coalition dedicated to finding and implementing solutions to substance abuse issues.

Of particular concern to Seniors vs. Crime is the issue of prescription drug abuse and misuse. Senior citizens account for 13% of the population but account for one-third of medications prescribed in the US. We work to educate the senior citizen community on:

  • securing their medications to prevent theft or diversion
  • monitoring those medications to avoid misuse
  • properly disposing of unneeded medications, which prevents them from falling into the hands of abusers, and keeps them out of groundwater and water supply, thus diminishing contamination of this critical community resource.

Drop Off Locations

  • Camanche Police Department
    819 South Washington Blvd.
    Camanche, Iowa
  • DeWitt Police Department
    1505 6th Ave.
    DeWitt, Iowa
  • Fulton City Hall
    413 11th Ave.
    Fulton, Illinois
  • HyVee Pharmacy
    901 South 4th St.
    Clinton, Iowa
  • Scott Thrifty White Drug
    629 6th Ave.
    DeWitt, Iowa
  • Wagner Pharmacy & Integrated Health
    1726 North, 2nd St.
    Clinton, Iowa
  • Walgreens North
    1905 N. 2nd St.
    Clinton, Iowa
  • Walmart Pharmacy
    2715 S. 25th St.
    Clinton, Iowa

For more information on the Gateway Impact Coalition, visit, or call 563-241-4371.
To learn more about the misuse of prescription drugs, view the brochure, Prescription Drug Misuse

Law Center

241 Seventh Avenue North
Clinton, IA 52732
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Contact Information

563-243-7993 (Fax)


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8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Open through the lunch hour
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