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Uinta County Public Health

  1. National TAKE BACK DRUG Day!

    April 26, All Day @ Uinta County is participating in the Semi-annual Take Back Drug Day. There will be drops set up at the Preparedness Fair at the Roundhouse, and the Health Fair at Lyman High School.

    Many homes end up with unwanted or expired prescription and over-the-counter medications. Old prescriptions left in medicine cabinets or elsewhere in the home can often be an easy source for those who would like to abuse prescription medications. They may also cause confusion for people who are already taking a large number of medications. Further, some medications, including fentanyl patches, should be properly disposed of to prevent accidental ingestion by children and pets. You can help to prevent accidental or intentional use of these unwanted medications by getting rid of them safely. Bring your unwanted, no longer needed medications to one of the sites on April 26, 2014!

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  2. Spring Health Fair

    April 26, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Lyman High School

    The Bridger Valley Health Fair is the place to come to pick up your blood draw results. There will be Physicians on site to interpret results. There are also many other health related booths and information services from around the state and surrounding areas. This is a great place to start making changes that will make 2014 a truly healthy and happy year. If you are a vendor or healthcare provider and would like a booth, please call the number below or send us an e-mail for more information.

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    April 26, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ 2nd Annual event for family preparedness

    The 2nd Annual Preparedness Fair is a family-friendly, free event with a focus on preparedness. Here you will learn what you need to know in the event of an emergency to be safe. You can learn how to shut off utilities, build a 72-hour kit, put out a small fire safely, just to start! There will be demonstrations each hour, and visits by celebrities like McGruff the Crime Dog! There will be vendors on site to educate you about family safety, food preparations, go-kits and more. We will also have the National DEA " Take Back Drug Day" where you can bring narcotics to be disposed of, and Public Health will take all the other unwanted medications for the Medication Donation Program. While the Take Back day disposes of narcotics, the Medication Donation Program will take medications to keep them out of the land fills and water treatment plants. Donate UNEXPIRED and labeled medications.

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