Medication Donation & Disposal

The Wyoming Medication Donation Program (WMDP) reduces medication waste and improves prescription access for low-income Wyoming residents who lack adequate prescription coverage. The WMDP provides immediate prescription help by re-dispensing acceptable donated medications and advising on lower-cost alternatives.

The Wyoming Medication Donation Program is no longer accepting used and expired medications for disposal. However, they are still accepting unopened and non-expired medications for donation. 

The Wyoming Medication Donation Program does NOT accept the following:

  • Opened Medications (or broken seal)
  • Expired or within 5 months of expiration
  • Controlled Substances (e.g., medications for pain, anxiety, sleep, ADHD, etc.)
  • Refrigerated Medicine
  • Liquid/Gel Medicine
  • Patches
  • Medical Supplies
  • Insulin Syringes
  • Empty Bottles
  • Veterinary Medicine

Disposal Options:

  • Dispose at Drug Drop Box - In Wyoming, text [county name] to (307) 370-2086 for locations. In Teton County, pill form medications only (no liquids) may be disposed of at the Teton County Sheriff's office and the Jackson Hole Police Department.
  • Dispose at home - visit for details
  • Deterra Pouches - an At-Home Drug Deactivation System available in select WY counties through the Prevention Management Organization. Visit our website for details.

Donation Options: 

Donate your medications to Teton County Public Health if BOTH criteria apply

  • Sealed packaging
  • In date (5+ months before expiration)

Call (307) 733-6401 if you have questions about the medication donation and disposal program.