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The Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) is a program developed to promote the public health and welfare by detecting diversion, abuse, and misuse of prescription medications classified as controlled substances under the Alabama Uniform Controlled Substances Act. To learn more about Alabama's Prescription Drug Monitoring Program, visit About PDMP.

Prescription Drug Abuse

Prescription drug abuse is a problem. See yourself as part of the solution.

If you have ever shared your prescription medication with a co-worker, family member, classmate, or friend, you may be part of the prescription drug abuse problem. Learn how to be part of the solution.



 

 

Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has anounced another opportunity for consumers to dispose of unneeded and expired prescription drugs during the ninth DEA  National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, September 27, 2014. On this day, thousands of collection sites will be available across the country to accept unneeded prescription drugs, including controlled substances, for safe and legal disposal. Since 2010, DEA's Take-Back Day initiative has collected a combined total of 4.1 million pounds of unneeded medications, helping to prevent diversion, misuse, and abuse of the drugs. More information about the DEA Take-Back Days, local medication disposal programs, and methods for safe home disposal of drugs is available in the "Find Disposal Information" section of the AWARE Prescription Drug Safety Program website.  The DEA National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day collection site locator is now available online.

Contact Information

Alabama Department of Public Health
Bureau of Professional and Support Services
Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
P.O. Box 303017
Montgomery, Alabama 36130-3017
Phone: 1-877-703-9869
Fax: (334) 206-3749
Email PDMP

Health Information Designs, LLC (HID)
P.O. Box 3210
Auburn, Alabama 36832-3210
Phone: 1-800-225-6998 (option 8)
Fax: 1-888-288-0337
Email HID

 

The Alabama Prescription Drug Monitoring Program is part of the ADPH Pharmacy Division.


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