Giving Back

Law Enforcement Grant Program

How does a citizen properly dispose of this unwanted medication when a take back program is not scheduled or is several weeks away? Each day that those drugs remain in their home, they remain a potential target for abuse with potential catastrophic outcomes. Our American youth is overwhelmingly susceptible to such tragedy.

How does a citizen properly dispose of this unwanted medication when a take back program is not scheduled or is several weeks away? Each day that those drugs remain in their home, they remain a potential target for abuse with potential catastrophic outcomes. Our American youth is overwhelmingly susceptible to such tragedy.




How to Apply for a Law Enforcement Grant

Applying for a Rx Drug Drop Box Grant is easy! If you meet the Grant Requirements,

  1. Secure Location
  2. Daily Processing
  3. Proper Markings
  4. Pills & Patches Only
  5. Proper Disposal
  6. Provide Reports to NADDI
  7. Follow Regulations

then apply by filling out our Grant Application.



How We Choose LE Grant Recipients

Grant recipients are chosen based on several criteria.

  • Grant Funds Available
  • Financial Need
  • Community Need
  • Ability to meet Grant Requirements

We wish we could award every Grant Applicant with a fully-funded Rx Drug Drop Box. Unfortunately, we are limited by funds. We continue to look for Sponsorship Partners.

Ready To Help?

Seeking Grant Partners

In the past, NADDI has offered America’s law enforcement agencies an opportunity to receive a FREE locked box to accept unwanted pharmaceuticals in their own facility.

We are currently seeking new partnerships to provide grant & funding opportunities for Rx Drug Drop Boxes.

Advertising opportunities available.

Future grants will help our program to distribute Rx Drug Drop Boxes to law enforcement agencies and like-minded organizations with tight budgets and big hearts.


Am I Eligible?

LE Grant Program Requirements

Are you considering applying for our Law Enforcement Grant? We encourage you to apply if your agency can meet these detailed requirements.

1. Secure Location

The box must be located inside your organization’s facility. It must be secured tightly to either the floor or wall, or both, and preferably within view of personnel.

2. Daily Processing

Ensure that the box is checked daily. If a deposit has been made, the drugs need to be removed and processed according to your laws and regulations.

3. Proper Markings

The box will arrive with only the NADDI logo. Your organization is responsible for branding the box and applying clear instructions marking it for prescription drugs only.

4. Pills & Patches Only

Organizations should make it clear that their prescription drop box accepts pills and patches only. This box DOES NOT accept liquids or needles.

5. Proper Disposal

The medications can be weighed by the property custodian and disposed of consistent with the protocol used by that organization in destroying other property.

6. Timely Reporting

Organizations are required to provide a Quarterly Disposal Reports (QDR) to NADDI. Each report must include the weight of removed pharmaceuticals by your program.

7. Follow Regulations

Your organization agrees to follow all policies and governmental regulations that may affect their organization in handling these medications.

All persons/agencies that receive an Rx Drug Drop Box from our organization must comply with all DEA Regulations, the Secure and Responsible Drug Disposal Act of 2010, and all sections within Title 21 of the CFR. For additional information on 21 CFR, please visit www.Regulations.gov.


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Success Stories

Over 500,000 Pounds Collected

Are you wondering if prescription drop boxes really work?
Our previous grant recipients had this to say.

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John Doe
Norfolk Sheriff’s Office
Chief of Police
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John Doe
Norfolk Sheriff’s Office
Chief of Police