Flagler Community Partners/Locations:
Flagler Beach Police Department 10am until 2pm
204 S. Flagler Ave., Flagler Beach 32136
Flagler County Sheriff’s Department 10am until 2pm
Flagler County Sheriff’s Office 17 Old Kings Road, Palm Coast, Fl 32137
Publix 800 Belle Terre Pkwy, Palm Coast, Palm Coast, Fl 32164,
4950 Belle Terre Pkwy, Palm Coast, Fl 32137,
250 Palm Coast Pkwy NE, Palm Coast, Fl 32137
Safely Dispose of your Prescription Drugs from Home
Rali of Florida and Community Coalition Alliance, in a collaborative partnership with Focus on Flagler Youth Coalition, have made safe disposal of unused and expired prescription drugs easy and convenient than ever by the provision of Deterra bags for the Flagler Community.
Deterra Bags are an environmentally sound and effective means to deactivate and dispose of unused and expired prescription drugs. Simply tear open the pouch and place unused medications inside, fill pouch halfway with warm water, wait 30 seconds, seal, shake and throw away in normal trash.
Request free Deterra bags for yourself, family or organization by calling 386-283-2904 or emailing Debbie Neuman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participate in National Prescription Take Back Day April 24, 2021.
Locate local year round disposal sites nearest to you at
Focus on Flagler Youth
PO Box 1598 Bunnell FL 32110 US
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The mission of the Coalition is to support, create and advocate for programs that enable Flagler youth and their families to achieve healthy growth and fulfillment; specifically strategies to prevent and/or reduce substance abuse, delinquency and to enhance school engagement.
Every growth begins with a step. Now, you can take that step to learn more abour our programs and intiatives. Don't let time get in the way of you achieving healthy growth and fulfillment. You can help reduce/prevent substance abuse. You can help avoid youth delinquincy. Contact us today.
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