PRESCRIPTION DRUG DROP OFF BIN
While Caln Municipal offices, including the Police Department, remain closed to the public at this time, you can still help stop prescription drug abuse by dropping off your expired, unused or unwanted medications for safe disposal at the Thorndale CVS or Wallace Ave. Rite Aid.
The Caln PD in partnership with the Brandywine Health Foundation and Pennsylvania American Water have installed a Prescription Drug Drop Off Bin at the police department building.
This bin affords residents in the area the opportunity to anonymously and safely dispose of unwanted and expired drugs and medication during business hours. The goal is to get these drugs safely off the streets, keeping them away from our youth and protecting our local waterways.
Residents fill out a simple form to have officers periodically check on their homes when they are out of town. Please contact the police department at the administration phone number if interested or bring in the completed form to the police station.
This program is designed for Caln senior citizens who live alone. Each weekday we ask you to call into the police station before 10:00 am to let us know that you are all right. If we do not hear from you we will call your home. If we don't get an answer we will send a police officer to check on you. During the weekends and holidays when the office is closed we will have one of the officers call you in the morning. If there is no answer, a police officer will be sent to your home to check on you. If you live alone please take advantage of this important program.
Please fill out the form below to sign up: