As you prepare to move this summer, make sure you take some time to organize and clean out your medicine cabinet. Removing medications from your home not only helps prevent accidental drug misuse and drug abuse, but also keeps them out of the hands of children.
The Military Health System Drug Take Back program is a great way to safely and easily dispose of medicine that is expired or no longer needed. There are two free options for beneficiaries to dispose of their prescription and over-the-counter drugs safely.
Both options may not be available at all military pharmacy locations. Contact your military hospital or clinic to find out which Drug Take Back option is available at your pharmacy.
Practicing good drug disposal habits benefits you, your family, and your community. For more information on how to safely dispose of drugs through the Drug Take Back program, visit the TRICARE website.
A PCS brings change, change, and more change. Whether you’re feeling good or bad about moving, it is common to experience some level of stress during this time. Here are some tips to manage PCS stress.
Are you moving to a new duty station this summer? Your Information and Referral (I&R) Specialist can provide relocation assistance and valuable resources that will help you and your family move with ease.
You have received orders to re-locate and need to set-up a move. Wondering what to do next? The Defense Personal Property System is the DoD one-stop source for managing personal property moves.