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Drug Safe Hudson was developed to enhance drug and alcohol awareness, reduce stigma, and improve opportunities to get help for individuals living, working and going to school in Hudson, Ohio who have been affected by drug and alcohol use. Our collaborative community aims to provide best practice resources and spread a message of hope.

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The City of Hudson has seen a dramatic increase of reported overdoses.

Many overdoses go unreported.

In two short years, the number of reported overdose cases in Hudson has almost doubled.

14 in 2016 : 27 in 2017
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Hudson Police Department participated in National Drug Take Back Day Saturday 4/28/18 at Acme grocery store (116 West Streetsboro Street). Did you know the majority of prescription drug abusers report that they obtain their drugs from friends and family, including from the home medicine cabinet? Help fight against the misuse of prescription drugs by dropping off your unused and expired prescriptions to the Hudson Police Department at 36 South Oviatt Street and use the Medications Disposal Box to properly dispose of medications. The Disposal Box is available 24 hours a day!

Guiding Principles for Recovery

April 3rd, 2018|0 Comments

The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids

March 10th, 2018|0 Comments

2016 Statistics

March 1st, 2018|1 Comment

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