Secure Drop Box Locations

There are many secure drop box and drop-off locations in Carroll County.

Unwanted or expired medication, both prescription and over the counter, in tablet, liquid, ointment, inhaler, powder or patch form will be accepted at the following locations. Loose pills and all liquid medications must be sealed in a plastic bag before dropping into a collection box.

Items not accepted are: syringes, needles, thermometers, sun block, lipstick, bandages, gauze pads, deodorants, non-prescription skin crème and similar products.

 

Carroll County

Westminster

Westminster City Police Department

36 Locust Street, Westminster, MD 21157

410-848-4646

Maryland State Police Barrack – Open 24/7

1100 Baltimore Boulevard, Westminster, MD 21157

410-386-3000

Carroll County Sheriff’s Office

100 N Court Street, Westminster, MD 21157

410-386-2900

Taneytown

Taneytown Police Department

120 E Baltimore Street, Taneytown, MD 21787

410-751-1150

Sykesville

Sykesville Police Department

7547 Main Street, Sykesville, MD 21784

410-795-0757

South Carroll Law Enforcement Satellite Office

1532 Liberty Road, Eldersburg, MD 21784

410-386-2900

Hampstead

Hampstead Police Department

1112 S Main Street, Hampstead, MD 21074

410-239-8954

Manchester

Manchester Police Department

3215 Long Lane, Manchester, MD 21102

410-239-6900

Mount Airy

Mount Airy Police Department

205 Center Street Suite 203, Mount Airy, MD 21771

301-703-1375

Greenmount

Carroll County Sheriff North Carroll – Satellite Office

2255 Hanover Pike, Greenmount, MD 21074

410-386-2464

New Windsor

New Windsor Fire Department

101 High Street, New Windsor, MD 21776

410-635-6373

Wherever you are in the state of Maryland, you can find your closest drop-off location on this interactive map courtesy of the Behavioral Health Administration.

If you or someone someone you know
is struggling with addiction,
YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
Call 211 for info and treatment options,
TREATMENT DOES WORK!

 

The Good Samaritan Law

(Ch. 375–SB 654)

The “Good Samaritan Law” was amended October 1, 2015. “The law expands protections for individuals who seek medical assistance after witnessing or experiencing an overdose. A person who, in good faith, seeks, provides, or assists with the provision of medical assistance after an overdose is immune from arrest, charge, or prosecution for six non-violent alcohol or drug crimes.”

“Violations covered by this law are possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of drug paraphernalia or controlled paraphernalia, underage possession of alcohol, and furnishing or obtaining alcohol for underage persons.”

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Carroll County Health Department

290 South Center St, Westminster

Local: 410-876-2152

Toll Free: 800-966-3877

Carroll County Health Department Bureau of Prevention, Wellness, and Recovery

410-876-4449

Carroll County Health Dept Website