October is both Domestic Violence Awareness and Substance Abuse Prevention Month. The Glendale Police Department wants to make the public aware of the below resources, links and services available.
Substance Abuse Prevention:
Drug Disposal - Saturday, October 26, 2013 | 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Walgreens - 5895 W. Peoria Ave.
The Glendale Police and the Drug Enforcement Administration are providing residents an opportunity to safely and conveniently dispose of expired, unwanted or unused pharmaceutical substances and other medications. Controlled, non-controlled and over the counter substances will be accepted. View Event Flyer | DEA Pamphlet English | Spanish Listen to the Audio Public Service Announcement
Prescription Drug Epidemic
More Arizona teens get high on prescription medicine than cocaine, meth and Ecstasy combined. It is the fastest-growing drug problem in our country and considered an epidemic by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. We need to work together to save precious lives. Take action now. Learn how by visiting the Drug Free Arizona site here!
Domestic - Family Violence Information and Resources from the Glendale Advocacy Center
Domestic violence can take many forms, but its goal is always the same: Batterers want to control you through fear. They do this by regularly abusing you physically, sexually, psychologically and economically. For information on forms of domestic violence and behaviors that an abuser might display, as well as prevention and assistance resources, click here.