The Health Department joined State Rep. Addia Wuchner in announcing that 6,000 drug disposal pouches are now available for free to Northern Kentuckians at more than 30 locations, including all Kroger pharmacies. The pouches, donated by Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, neutralize the ingredients in medications, making them safe for household disposal.
4/28/17 9:00 AM to NOON
Naloxone kit distribution at Kenton County Health Center
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Early closure at Kenton County Health Center
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In first year, Grant County syringe exchange prevents disease, connects to treatment
In its first year of operation, the Grant County syringe access exchange program has helped 130 people prevent infectious diseases spread through IV drug use. Services are offered on Wednesday afternoons at the Health Department’s Grant County Health Center in Williamstown, Ky. The program launched on March 16, 2016
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