Norwalk to offer drug giveback program

Norwalk police are joining in a national effort to get people to return unused prescription drugs.The department will launch the Drug Take Back Program event

NORWALK - Norwalk police are joining in a national effort to get people to return unused prescription drugs.

The department will launch the Drug Take Back Program event on Sept. 25.

They say Americans abuse prescription drugs and they should not be thrown in trash where others can find them.

Click here for more information about the program

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