Historic Opioid Legislation Signed Into Law

DisposeRx Executives Join President Trump at the White House as Historic Opioid Legislation is Signed Into Law

Historic opioid legislation recognizes site-of-use drug disposal as key to stemming our nation’s medication abuse crisis.

Historic Opioid Legislation Signed at White House

Today we celebrate the signing of that historic opioid legislation at White House event “A Year of Historic Progress and Action to Combat the Opioid Crisis”. DisposeRx is committed to eradicating the misuse of unused medications and today our CEO, Dr. John Holaday, issued a Call to Action for all Americans to clean out their medicine cabinets. Dr. Holaday has studied the opioid crisis from every angle, and is determined to change how our society views disposing of its medications. He is clear that getting people to “understand that they’ve got to change behaviors. They’ve got to look in their medicine cabinet and get rid of these leftover opioids.” is paramount in the fight against opioid abuse. Dr. Holaday addresses his concerns and offers solid safe solutions to tackling the opioid crisis with Opioids: Hidden Dangers, New Hope podcast host, Brian Wilson here.

Please join us in putting an end to the 70% of new addictions that begin in home medicine cabinets.

Read full Press Release here

Related Posts on Opioid Crisis Legislation

Congressman Richard Hudson – NC-08 and H.R.5687 – 115th Congress (2017-2018)- Securing Opioids and Unused Narcotics with Deliberate Disposal and Packaging Act of 2018 or the SOUND Disposal and Packaging Act.

Opioids: Hidden Dangers, New Hope Podcast

Congressman Richard Hudson – NC-08 on his views regarding the opioid crisis and how he and his colleagues are tackling this issue through bipartisan historic opioid legislation.

New Address

DisposeRx has moved! Our corporate office
address is now located at:


DisposeRx, Inc.
146 NW Broad Street
Southern Pines, NC 28387


Please update your address book. Thank you and remember to check your medicine cabinet and dispose of any unneeded or expired medications.

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