Everyone in Evart is keen to clear their medicine cabinet and attend the free drug tack back event on September 21.
Thrown items includes prescription medicine, ointments, liquids, inhalers, pet medications and needles.
Naxolone will be available free for the community members once they are educated about overdose medication prevention.
Naxolone can quickly stabilise the breathing condition if someone is suffering from life accidental issue due to the overdose of prescribed medication.
This anonymous and free public service is conducted by the Reeds City Hospital, Spectrum Health Big Rapids, and others.
Unwanted and unused items can be discarded at the Spectrum health Evart Family Practice.
The event of disposing unwanted items will take place between 2pm and 5 pm.
The mid state health network, mecostaosceola substance awareness coalition is also involved in conducting this event.
The drug enforcement agency of the US requests citizen to not flush their disposable medicines.
Doing so might pose health hazards and potential safety risks.