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October 16, 2018

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Phoenix

MedSafe Medication Disposal Box Now Available in Phoenix

Together, H.O.P.E and the Medicine Place located at 464 Main Street, proudly announced the new resource available to the community and surrounding areas, a MedSafe Box for unused medication. H.O.P.E founder, Savannah Jacquay said David Dingman, local pharmacist and one of the forum’s keynote contributor/panelists immediately began looking into the guidelines and requirements for housing a MedSafe box and ultimately made it happen.

H.O.P.E Brings Light to Devastating Heroin Epidemic

The small but mighty Phoenix community came together to address the devastating heroin epidemic hitting all over the nation, even in quiet, cozy neighborhoods like their own. H.O.P.E, Heroin Opioid Prevention Education, hosted a community forum at J.C. Birdlebough High School complete with an agency expo, multiple keynote speakers, and a diverse panel of specialists with a wide range in background and expertise to answer questions from the public.

Waldby Interns At Chirello Advertising

Kristin Waldby, a junior Communication and Sociology double major at the University at Buffalo, (UB), has joined Steve Chirello Advertising this summer as an intern, announced Steve Chirello, agency owner. Waldby, from Phoenix, NY, will be working on market research, various publicity and news writing, and advertising and television production for clients in retail, service,

Fulton Medicine Place Celebrates 25 Years, Offers Free ‘Brown Bag’ Medications Review

The Fulton Medicine Place, 360 W. First St., celebrates 25 years of serving the Greater Fulton community this November, said Frank Badagnani, owner. During November, Fulton Medicine Place will be offering free “Brown Bag” medications reviews for customers. “This 15-minute session (a $25 value) is a one-on-one discussion between pharmacists and customers which ensures that

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