The Missouri River Drug Task Force was formed in 1990 as a multi-agency task force to address drug-related crimes. Agencies participating in the project recognize that combating drugs is of paramount importance to our communities. Participating agencies include: City of Bozeman, City of Helena, City of Belgrade, City of Livingston, City of West Yellowstone, Broadwater County, Gallatin County, Lewis & Clark County, Madison County, Park County, and Meagher County.
The mission of the Missouri River Drug Task Force is to provide a collaborative federal, state and local law enforcement effort to identify, target, and address those involved in drug trafficking, manufacture, and/or violence.
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Prescription Drug Take-Back Program Q’s and A’s
What is the Prescription Drug Take-Back Program?
DEA and partner organizations have set up sites in communities around the country where the public can bring unused, unwanted or expired prescription drugs for safe disposal, no questions asked and at no cost to them. This is an opportunity to safely empty out your medicine cabinet of drugs you don’t need anymore or have expired, including prescription drugs that contain controlled substances. Click here for more
This is the Drug Take Back Box located in the lobby of the Law and Justice Center. Unused, unwanted, expired prescription medications can be deposited here.
We CANNOT accept the following:
NEEDLES & SHARPS
For information on disposal of these kinds of items, please contact the Bozeman Deaconess Hospital Environmental Services Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm at
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