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K-TRACS collecting data on naloxone distribution, medication disposal sites

May 08, 2020

The K-TRACS division is surveying pharmacies to collect data on naloxone distribution and medication disposal sites available in Kansas. The information collected will be part of future consumer education campaigns.

The survey will be sent to pharmacies and pharmacists-in-charge (PICs) in May. 

To be a registered naloxone distributor, pharmacists must sign the statewide protocol. This protocol can be activated at any time.

The Kansas Medication Collection and Disposal Program is now administered through the Board of Pharmacy. Pharmacies, hospitals, household hazardous waste facilities and law enforcement agencies are eligible to register as medication collection and disposal sites as well as hosts for drug take back events. Become a medication collection and disposal site.