Livingston County Sheriff Announces Drug Drop Box in Livonia/Lakeville Area
From the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office Facebook Page:
Livonia: Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty advises of a fifth drug drop box in Livingston County through several countywide partnerships.
In a continued effort to get prescription medication off the streets and out of the hands of drug abusers, users and/or sellers, the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office has partnered with the Livonia Pharmacy, CASA-Trinity, and the Genesee Valley Health partnership, to add a drug drop box in Livonia.
Through several countywide partnerships the Sheriff’s Office now oversees five drug drop boxes. The first was started at the Sheriff’s Office headquarters in Geneseo, followed by one at Caledonia’s Village Hall, along with a third at the North Dansville Town Hall, and the fourth at Lima Village Pharmacy.
The boxes have been added in a strategic approach to geographical locations for the ease of our residents accessing them.
In central Livingston County the box is located at the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office headquarters at 4 Court Street in Geneseo (24-7-365).
In southern Livingston County the drug drop box is located at the North Dansville Town Hall, 14 Clara Barton Street in Dansville (24-7-365).
In northwest Livingston County the drop box is located at the Caledonia Village Office, 3095 Main Street in Caledonia (24-7-365).
In northeast Livingston County the drop box is located at Lima Village Pharmacy, 7298 West Main Street in Lima (open during store hours).
In eastern Livingston County the NEW drop box is located at Livonia Pharmacy, 5975 Big Tree Rd, in Lakeville. (open during store hours).
There is no form to fill out or documentation; all drop offs are anonymous.
“The drug drop box program is proving to be an effective initiative for removing drugs out of homes and keeping it off the streets,” stated Sheriff Dougherty. “Through great partnerships and team work, the program was launched and continues to grow. All of these individual programs combine together for a comprehensive plan to combat illegal drug use, drug sales and drug addiction. We thank all of our partners for making it possible.”