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The U.S. opioid crisis is taking too many lives, and NSC wants to make you, your family and your community safer. We encourage you to use these warn-me labels and prescription drug disposal envelopes to limit the risk from opioids. To find out more, please visit www.stopeverydaykillers.org.
Stericycle Seal&Send Envelope - Unused prescription medications can fall into the wrong hands, potentially poisoning or killing a loved one. These DEA-compliant 8”x12” envelopes are designed to hold up to 8 oz. of medication, of which 4 oz. may be liquid in a sealed container. Stericycle will destroy the medication using a process that is secure and safe for the environment. Envelopes are U.S. postage-paid, pre-addressed and include complete instructions. Larger quantities are available. Please contact Stericycle for pricing at RxTakeBack@stericycle.com or 877-787-0375.
Warn-Me Label - Individual self-stick label is sized to fit on insurance and prescription cards without covering up important information. Many people don’t know that commonly prescribed drugs such as Vicodin and Percocet are opioids. The label lets medical professionals know that patients want to discuss the risks of prescribed opioids and whether there are safer, effective alternatives. The card lists questions to ask of doctors, dentists and pharmacists.
Warn-Me Label sheet - Nearly half of companies have suffered a negative business impact from opioid use by employees. These labels let medical professionals know that patients want to discuss the risks of prescribed opioids and whether there are safer, effective alternatives. Each sheet has 95 self-stick labels; order enough sheets so you can distribute labels to all your employees and their family members.
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