Trumbull's Prevention Partnership (TPAUD) is a community coalition dedicated to engaging and mobilizing youth, parents, and community partners to reduce youth alcohol and drugs use and create a safe and healthy community.


Trumbull Public Schools

6254 Main Street
Trumbull, CT 06611



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Medication Drop Box

Town residents looking to dispose of excess or expired prescription or

over-the-counter medications can now visit the safe, anonymous, and secure

permanent drop off location, anytime it is convenient for them. Trumbull's Prevention 

Partnership (TPAUD) and the Trumbull Police

Department have worked together to establish this permanent drug collection

box as a way to reduce the supply of drugs that can be potentially harmful to

kids, the water supply, and the landfill. Trumbull is one of the first towns in the

area to provide a safe, secure, and environmentally friendly way to collect

unwanted or expired household medication, including prescriptions,

over-the-counter drugs, and unused pharmaceuticals. Trumbull residents won’t

have to wait for a specific take-back day to clean out their medicine cabinets.


Bring medications in original containers with the label removed.


Accepted: prescription, over-the-counter, pet medication, vitamins/supplements, patches, ointments, and medication samples.


Not Accepted: inhalers, needles (sharps), hydrogen peroxide, aerosol cans, hazardous waste.

Open 365 days per year, 24 hours per day.  Located in the Trumbull Police Department Lobby.


For a complete list of Medication Drop Boxes in Connecticut please visit www.ct.gov/dropbox