How to Participate
Bring unwanted medication to a participating location for safe disposal during business hours.
Remove medication from containers and deposit in the disposal bin. Locations in stores will be near the pharmacy.
* Controlled substances are NOT accepted at locations with an asterisk
These locations ONLY offer free mail-back envelopes
Due to the COVID-19, these locations may have limited hours, capacity or closed facilities. Please call locations for up to date information.
Healdsburg District Hospital
1375 University Ave.
Healdsburg Police Department
238 Center St.
Cotati Police Department
203 West Sierra Ave.
112 Broad Street
Fort Bragg Police Department
250 Cypress St.
16251 Main St.
* Household Toxics Facility
Central Disposal Site (Bldg 5)
500 Mecham Rd.
(Cannot accept controlled substances)
Petaluma Police Department
969 Petaluma Blvd. N
Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety
500 City Center Dr.
Santa Rosa Police Station
965 Sonoma Ave.
County of Sonoma Department of Health Services
Environmental Health and Safety
625 5th Street
Sebastopol Police Station
6850 Laguna Park Way
Sonoma Police Station
175 1st Street W
Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office
951 Low Gap Rd.
300 Seminary Ave.
* Senior Center
497 Leslie St.
Willits Police Department
125 E. Commercial St.
* Howard Pharmacy
3 Marcela Dr.
* Baechtel Creek Medical Clinic
1245 S. Main Street
Windsor Police Department
9291 Old Redwood Highway, #300
9091 Windsor Rd.
The California Drug Take-Back Program is funded by California Department of Health Care Services’ MAT Expansion Project and developed and administered in partnership with the California Product Stewardship Council.
The Mendocino Solid Waste Management Authority accepts unused medicine through their HazMobile Program in Mendocino and Lake Counties. Call 707-468-9704 for further information.
The Sonoma County Waste Management Agency accepts unused medicine at their household toxics facility and through their mobile collection programs.
National Prescription Drug Take Back Days
Dispose of medications, including controlled substances, at special one-day collection events sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Visit DEA Take Back Day for more information.
Safe Medicine Disposal Program for upcoming events and more information.
The Mendocino Solid Waste Management Authority accepts unused medicine through their HazMobile Program. Call 707-468-9704 for further information.
The Sonoma County Waste Management Agency accepts unused medicine at their household toxics facility and through their toxics rover pick up program. Call 707 565-3375 for further information