About MedReturn

The Medication Return Boxes in the Northern York County region of Maine is an initiative supported by the Coastal Healthy Communities Coalition.

MedReturn Drop Boxes are anonymous and FREE. Please remember these simple procedures when dropping off your unwanted medications:

Our Locations

Visit one of the drop box locations below to safely dispose of unwanted medications (including: prescription, over-the-counter or veterinary pills, drops and ointments).

Kittery Police Department
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(207) 439-1638
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Ogunquit Police Department
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(207) 646-9361
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Sanford Police Department
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(207) 324-3644
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South Berwick Police Department
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(207) 384-2254
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Wells Police Department
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(207) 646-9354
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York Police Department
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(207) 363-4444
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Additional drop boxes in York County, Maine:

For information about each of these locations, contact the specific police department directly.

Our Partners

Partners for Healthier Communities

Sanford Police Department

Our Events

The following are upcoming events/programs offered by the Northern York County Prescription Drug Coalition:

Prescription Drug Take Back 2022

Saturday, April 30, 2022

Saturday, October 22, 2022

10:00am to 2:00pm

      • BIDDEFORDBiddeford Public Works Department, 371 Hill Street
      • KENNEBUNK – Kennebunk Police Department, 4 Summer St.
      • KENNEBUNKPORT – Kennebunkport Police Station, 101 Main St. Rte. 9
      • OLD ORCHARD – OOB Police Station, 16 E. Emerson Cummings Blvd.
      • SACO – Saco Police Department, 20 Storer St.

For more information and results from past Take-Back days, click here.

Contact Information

Coastal Healthy Communities Coalition / Project Alliance

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If you would like further information about the medication return program and each location, contact the local police department listed for each location.

Disclaimer :

This resource was developed by Coastal Healthy Communities Coalition (CHCC) at the University of New England’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, with help from Partners for a Healthier Community (PHC) at Southern Maine Healthcare.

CHCC is a comprehensive community-based health coalition serving the communties of Arundel, Biddeford, Buxton, Dayton, Hollis, Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, Old Orchard Beach and Saco.

PHC is a multidimensional community public health program serving all of York County, and providing substance use prevention services to the Western York County region.