Liberty, NY – The newly redesigned Sullivan County Drug Task Force, along with Sullivan County Public Health and Sullivan County Rural Health Network, is asking the public’s input regarding the availability of drug drop boxes and other safe and responsible methods of drug disposal.
“The input gained will help direct our attempts to reduce the amount of unwanted or unneeded medication in our communities,” stated Sullivan County Public Health Educator Jill Simon.
The public is urged to take the survey, which can be found on the Sullivan County Public Health Services Facebook page, or at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Drug_Disposal_Survey. The deadline to complete the survey is January 15, 2021.
They’re also encouraged to use the drop boxes to get rid of old or unwanted medicines.
“There are drop box locations around Sullivan County,” said Nancy McGraw, Public Health Director. “Drop and go, there will be no questions asked when dropping off. Please: no liquids, needles or syringes.”
Drop boxes can be found in these locations:
- 24/7 drop off
- Village of Monticello Police Department, 2 Pleasant Street, Monticello
- Town of Fallsburg Police Department, 19 Railroad Plaza, South Fallsburg
- Village of Liberty Police Department, 159 N. Main St., Liberty
- 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. only
- Department of Family Services. 16 Community Lane, Liberty.