Our Prevention Vision

"We want to identify and understand risk and protective factors to help guide individualized prevention services that engage health, social, educational, and behavioral impacts of substance use. The goal is to develop a supportive community that enables children, adolescents, young adults, and families to have a healthy environment to thrive and grow."

–Jodi Warren, Director of Prevention Services

This graph displays the number of pounds of drugs (prescription/non-prescription drugs including pet medication) that have been safely disposed of throughout Oneida County at one of the ten MedReturn Units. Community members should check their medicine cabinets regularly to dispose of their medications and keep them out of the hands of children or those that are struggling with substance abuse. This is a safe and responsible way to dispose of medications.

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