Mobile Drug Collection Van and Drug Collection Boxes
The District Attorney’s Office maintains drug collection boxes located throughout the County, which provide residents with a convenient, safe and anonymous way to dispose of expired or unwanted prescriptions and over-the-counter medications.
A list of all locations can be found here: Delco Medicine Drop Box Locations
In addition, the District Attorney’s Office has a Mobile Drug Collection Van which organizations, businesses, and municipal leaders may request to have at community events. Contact the District Attorney’s Office at 610-891-4161 to schedule the mobile drug collection van free of charge.
Internet Safety Presentations
The Pennsylvania Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC) is stationed in the Office of the District Attorney. Representatives from ICAC are available to give presentations at schools, houses of worship or community centers to train parents, teachers, and other community members in how to prevent internet crimes against children. Call the District Attorney’s Office at 610-891-4161 to request a presentation. For more information about the Pennsylvania Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, go to: Internet Crimes Against Children ICAC PA
The Office of the District Attorney is committed to ensuring that the life-saving drug Naloxone, also called Narcan, is in the hands of everyone who might need it. Everyone knows that Narcan is a life saver for individuals struggling with substance use disorder who experience an overdose. However, it is not just individuals with a substance use disorder that may benefit from having Narcan in their medicine cabinet. Inadvertent overdoses and accidental ingestion can happen to anyone. For information about how to obtain Narcan for your home or business, please visit freenarcandelco.com.
Virtual Narcan Training and Demonstration Sessions Held Monthly – January-June 2022
The Crozer-Keystone Recovery Center is hosting a series of free community education and demonstration seminars about NARCAN, a medication used to rapidly reverse the effects of an overdose. The virtual Narcan Education sessions via Zoom. The presenter will be Stephanie Witsch.
The seminars will include NARCAN education and information about addiction and recovery. Additionally, a NARCAN demonstration will be provided to show how to use this life saving medication in the event of an overdose. Resources will be provided on how and where to access NARCAN and treatment for a loved one. After the presentation, each participant will receive a free NARCAN kit. The kits and this education are made possible by the support of the Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health.
Each Zoom session takes place 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM on the dates below:
January 20 – February 17 – March 17 – April 21 – May 19 – June 16
If interested in attending please RSVP to Monica Perry at [email protected] or call 610-619-8645 to register. Zoom meeting link will be sent upon registration. After completion of the virtual training trainers will schedule a time to pick up the Narcan kit at Community Campus. Canned good donations will be collected when onsite Narcan kits are picked up.