The abuse and misuse of prescription drugs is a serious issue facing our community and our nation. Everyone has a part to play to combat this epidemic including patients, medical professional, employers, and parents. Most people that abuse prescription drugs get them from a friend or family member, so secure storage at home and safe disposal at drop off sites are good first steps everyone can follow. Always read the instructions, never share your prescriptions with someone else, never mix with alcohol or other drugs, and make sure the name on the label is yours.


Below you can find a list of resources including a link with INSPECT registration information for prescribers and dispensers, prescribing guidelines, pain management tips for patients, information about drug free workplaces, and Floyd County's expanded list of prescription drug drop off sites.

Resources for Physicians and Medical Professionals


CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain


First Do No Harm: The Indiana Healthcare Providers Guide to the Safe, Effective Management of Chronic Non-Terminal Pain


INSPECT Registration Information


Prescriber Resources for Preventing Prescription Opioid Abuse

Resources for Patients

Safer, More Effective Pain Management

NIDA for teens: What is Prescription Drug Misuse?

Generation Rx-Safe Medication Pratices

Resources for Employers


National Safety Council - Prescription Drug Employer Kit 

National Business Group on Health - An Employer's Guide to Workplace Substance Abuse

Institute for a Drug Free Workplace

SAMSHA - Drug Free Workplace Programs

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