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Please bring your unused medication to one of our locations and SAVE A LIFE! Please remember to keep medication out of sight and in a safe and secure place. Consider storing medications in a lock box or hide them in a discrete location in your home. If you have unused medication, find your local take back location and dispose your unused medication. WHAT CAN YOU DO TO PREVENT OPIOID MISUSE? TALK ABOUT IT. Opioids can be addictive and dangerous. We all should have a conversation about preventing drug misuse and overdose. BE SAFE. Only take opioid medications as prescribed. Always store in a secure place. Dispose of unused medications properly. UNDERSTAND PAIN. Treatments other than opioids are effective in managing pain and may have less risk for harm. Talk with your healthcare provider about an individualized plan that is right for your pain. KNOW ADDICTION. Addiction is a chronic disease that changes the brain and alters decision-making. With the right treatment and supports, people do recover. There is hope. BE PREPARED. Many opioid overdose deaths occur at home. Having naloxone, an opioid overdose reversing drug, could mean saving a life. Know where to get it and how to use it. 53% of people who abuse prescription pain relievers obtain them from a friend or relative NSDUM National Fndings 2016 53% Drug Take Back Program north dakota department of Ihuman services Hankinson Drug and Julie's Pharmacy will take back medications prevention.nd.gov/rxabuse www.hankinsondrug.com 323 Main Ave S. Hankinson, ND 701-242-7414 Julie's Pharmacy & Home Decor 7Wiley Ave S. Ladgerwood, ND 701-538-4616 Hankinson Drug, Inc. and during business hours! Please bring your unused medication to one of our locations and SAVE A LIFE! Please remember to keep medication out of sight and in a safe and secure place. Consider storing medications in a lock box or hide them in a discrete location in your home. If you have unused medication, find your local take back location and dispose your unused medication. WHAT CAN YOU DO TO PREVENT OPIOID MISUSE? TALK ABOUT IT. Opioids can be addictive and dangerous. We all should have a conversation about preventing drug misuse and overdose. BE SAFE. Only take opioid medications as prescribed. Always store in a secure place. Dispose of unused medications properly. UNDERSTAND PAIN. Treatments other than opioids are effective in managing pain and may have less risk for harm. Talk with your healthcare provider about an individualized plan that is right for your pain. KNOW ADDICTION. Addiction is a chronic disease that changes the brain and alters decision-making. With the right treatment and supports, people do recover. There is hope. BE PREPARED. Many opioid overdose deaths occur at home. Having naloxone, an opioid overdose reversing drug, could mean saving a life. Know where to get it and how to use it. 53% of people who abuse prescription pain relievers obtain them from a friend or relative NSDUM National Fndings 2016 53% Drug Take Back Program north dakota department of Ihuman services Hankinson Drug and Julie's Pharmacy will take back medications prevention.nd.gov/rxabuse www.hankinsondrug.com 323 Main Ave S. Hankinson, ND 701-242-7414 Julie's Pharmacy & Home Decor 7Wiley Ave S. Ladgerwood, ND 701-538-4616 Hankinson Drug, Inc. and during business hours!