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Sharps & Prescription Disposal

The Sharps Disposal is a program where the residents of Marshall County can come to the Marshall County Health Department and pick up a free sharps container to dispose of needles, syringes, and lancets properly.

In November of 2023 the Marshall County Health Department started offering this program to the residents of Marshall County. When needles are not properly disposed many people can come in contact with them and can potentially lead to an epidemic of blood-borne pathogens. Our community needs a safe, effective, and efficient way for individuals to dispose of their used needles. The program's preventative measures can help to prevent outbreaks of infectious diseases.

Residents can drop off their used sharps containers at the Marshall County Health Department, Monday-Friday from 8:00 am–4:00 pm. For prescriptions, there is a box located at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department. You will always have access to dispose of unwanted prescriptions safely at this location.

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Vaping has become the leading form of nicotine addiction, with serious impacts on attention, learning, and an increased risk of heart and lung disease. Don't let vaping dictate your future. Break free before it's too late.  Visit Vape Free IndianaQuit Now Indiana, and/or Breathe Easy Indiana for resources and help to quit.

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Outside the Marshall County Health Department stands the NaloxBox, a beacon of hope and support for those affected by opioid addiction. This opioid rescue kit houses FREE Naloxone nasal spray, a medication approved by the FDA designed to swiftly reverse opioid overdose. Naloxone serves as a critical tool in combating the opioid crisis, acting as an opioid antagonist that binds to receptors, effectively blocking the effects of opioids like heroin, morphine, and oxycodone. With the NaloxBox readily available, the community gains an invaluable resource in saving lives and providing immediate aid during opioid emergencies.

Vital Protection for 60+

At Marshall County Health Department, we are committed to promoting health and well-being across all ages, from infants to seniors. Our comprehensive vaccine program ensures that everyone in our community has access to essential immunizations to protect against various diseases. Whether you're a newborn receiving your first round of vaccinations or a senior seeking to maintain your health, we've got you covered. Check out our informative video highlighting vital vaccinations for adults over 65, and contact us today to schedule an appointment. Your health is our priority, and we're here to support you every step of the way.

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