Prescription Drug Take Back Sites in Orange County

This October 27 marks the 16th National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Orange County law enforcement agencies will be accepting unused prescription medications for safe disposal. No questions. No hassles.

There are currently 29 collection sites in Orange County:


(Orange County Sheriff’s Department)

Anaheim Indepencia Community Center

10841 Garza Avenue


(Anaheim Police Department)

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

Kraemer Medical Office Building 1

3460 East La Palma Avenue


(Brea Police Department)

Brea Police Department—Front Driveway

1 Civic Center Circle

Buena Park

(Buena Park Police Department)

Buena Park Police Department—Lobby

6640 Beach Boulevard

Buena Park

(Buena Park Police Department)

Buena Park Senior Center

8150 Knott Avenue

Costa Mesa

(Costa Mesa Police Department)

Costa Mesa Police Department

99 Fair Drive


(Cypress Police Department)

Cypress Police Department

5275 Orange Avenue


(Fullerton Police Department)

Fullerton Police Department—Drive-through on Highland Avenue

237 West Commonwealth Avenue

Garden Grove

(Garden Grove Police Department)

Garden Grove Police Department—Lobby

11301 Acacia Parkway


(Huntington Beach Police Department)

Huntington Beach Police Department—Front Lobby


(Irvine Police Department)

Hoag Health Center

16405 Sand Canyon Avenue


(Irvine Police Department)

Kaiser Permanente—Front Parking Lot

6650 Alton Parkway

Irvine Valley College

(Irvine Valley College Police Department)

Irvine Valley Police Department—Parking Lot 5

CDC 100, 5500 Irvine Center Drive

Laguna Woods

(Orange County Sheriff’s Department)

City Hall

24264 El Toro Road

La Habra

(La Habra Police Department)

La Habra Police Department—Front Lobby

150 North Euclid Street

Lake Forest

(Orange County Sheriff’s Department)

City Hall

25550 Commerce Center Drive

Los Alamitos

(Los Alamitos Police Department)

Sharon Christa McAuliffe Middle School

4112 Cerritos Avenue

Mission Viejo

(Orange County Sheriff’s Department)

City Hall

200 Civic Center

Newport Beach

(Newport Beach Police Department)

Oasis Senior Center—Overflow Lot

5th Avenue and Marguerite Avenue

Newport Beach

(Newport Beach Police Department)

Hoag Hospital—Lower Campus Parking Lot

1 Hoag Drive


(Orange Police Department)

City Hall—Parking Lot

360 East Chapman Avenue

Rancho Santa Margarita

(Orange County Sheriff’s Department)

City Hall

22112 El Paseo


(Orange County Sheriff’s Department)

Rush Park

3021 Blume Drive

San Juan Capistrano

(Orange County Sheriff’s Department)

City Hall

32400 Paseo Adelanto

Santa Ana

(Santa Ana Police Department)

Westend Office—Lobby

3750 West McFadden Avenue

Seal Beach

(Seal Beach Police Department)

Leisure World

13533 Seal Beach Boulevard


(Tustin Police Department)

Community Center

300 Centennial Way

U.C. Irvine

(U.C. Irvine Police Department)

U.C. Irvine Police Department—Parking Lot

410 East Peltason Drive

Yorba Linda

(Orange County Sheriff’s Department)

Yorba Linda Police Services

20994 Yorba Linda Boulevard

If you don’t see a collection sight in your area, check back here, because new locations are constantly being added.

As the leading drug rehab in Orange County, Chapman House Treatment Centers fully supports any community efforts aimed at curbing the ongoing crisis of drug abuse, addiction, overdose, and death. If you or someone you care about are struggling with illicit drugs, prescription medications, or alcohol, contact Chapman House TODAY to get the help and support you need.

Write a comment

Privacy Preference Center