Location: 246 Northland Drive, Suite 100, Medina, OH 44256                    Phone: (330) 723-9642              Fax: (330) 723-9643                    Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
D.U.M.P. LOCATIONS
DISPOSE OF UNUSED MEDICATIONS PROPERLY
CITY OF BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPT.
4095 Center Road
Brunswick, OH 44212

BRUNSWICK HILLS TOWNSHIP
POLICE DEPT.
505 Substation Road
Brunswick Hills, OH 44212
 
HINCKLEY TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPT.
1410 Ridge Road
Hinckley, OH 44233

VILLAGE OF LODI POLICE DEPT.
110 Ainsworth Street
Lodi, OH 44254

MEDINA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
555 Independence Drive
Medina, OH 44256

MEDINA CITY POLICE DEPT.
150 W. Friendship Street
Medina, OH 44256
Improper disposal of medications is a growing concern which can lead to environmental problems and contribute to prescription drug abuse, especially among teens and young adults.  The D.U.M.P. Program is designed to provide Medina County residents with a safe and easy option for disposing of unwanted medications. 

Simply take the medicine to one of the 12 D.U.M.P. Box locations in the county and the medicine will be safely destroyed, no questions asked.  The locations are permanent and are accessible seven days a week.  You can deposit the medication in the original container (mark out any identifying information) or place the pills in the plastic zip lock bag. 

Please note that the D.U.M.P. Boxes are for pills, capsules or liquids only. Syringes CANNOT be accepted at the D.U.M.P. Box.

How to properly dispose of syringes and needles:
Needle Disposal

*D.U.M.P. boxes are funded by the Medina County Anti-Drug Levy*

D.U.M.P. BOX LOCATIONS

ENCOURAGING APPROPRIATE USE AND AVAILABILITY OF OPIOID PAIN MEDICATIONS

Did you know that the Governor's Cabinet Opiate Action Team has released opioid prescribing guidelines for emergency departments and acute care facilties, as well as for healthcare professionals who treat patients with chronic pain and acute pain. The guidelines are designed to make sure that patients receive the pain medication they need while reducing leftover opioids available for diversion and abuse. There were 81 million fewer opioid doses dispensed to Ohio patients in 2015 compared to 2011. Also, the percentage of prescription opioid-related deaths compared to all unintentional overdose deaths declined for the fourth straight year in 2015.
MEDINA TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPT.
4877 Fenn Road
Medina, OH 44256

MONTVILLE TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPT.
6665 Wadsworth Road
Medina, OH 44256

VILLAGE OF SEVILLE POLICE DEPT.
120 Royal Crest Drive
Seville, OH 44273

VILLAGE OF SPENCER POLICE DEPT.
108 North Main Street
Spencer, OH 44275

VILLAGE OF WESTFIELD POLICE DEPT.
6701 Greenwich Road
Westfield Center, OH 44251

WADSWORTH CITY HALL
120 Maple Street
Wadsworth, OH 44281
FOR IMMEDIATE HELP CALL THE CRISIS HOTLINE: (330) 725-9195
HOMEPAGE