Residents that are homebound or who have limited mobility can request to have a mail-back envelope sent to their home to dispose of unwanted medicines. Home healthcare professionals providing services to homebound residents or residents with limited mobility may also request a mail-back envelope on their behalf. All residents can request a mail-back envelope to dispose of inhalers and injectors.
How it works
1. Request a mail-back envelope or package online.
2. Choose the type of envelope or package you are requesting (see types below)
3. Order multiple mail-back envelopes or packages if needed.
4. Place unwanted medicines in envelope or package according to the type of mail-back.
5. Seal and place in your home mailbox.
6. Mail-back envelopes and packages are sent directly to the disposal facility from your home mailbox.
7. There is no cost for residents to use this service.
Types of mail-back envelopes and packages available
Dispose of prescription and non-prescription medicines, in any dosage form, using a medicine mail-back envelope.
Items not accepted: Herbal remedies, vitamins, supplements, cosmetics, other personal care products, medical devices, batteries, mercury-containing thermometers, sharps, illicit drugs, pet pesticide products and, inhalers.
Dispose of inhalers using an inhaler mail-back package by placing them in their original container into the mail-back package.
Items not accepted: Can only be used for inhalers and cannot be used for injectors or other types of unwanted medicines or items.
Dispose of pre-filled injectors using an injector mail-back package by placing them in their original packaging into the mail-back package.
Items not accepted: Can only be used for pre-filled injector products and cannot be used for inhalers or other types of unwanted medicines or items.
To request a mail-back envelope or package by phone call: 1-844-633-7765