On July 22, 2023, Clay County Anti-Drug Coalition hosted Clay County Health and Safety Day/RX Take Back event in partnership with Clay County Sheriff’s Office, East 52 Volunteer Fire Department, Tennessee Forestry Division, Tri County Rlectric, Tennessee National Guard, UT Extensions, Health Heroes, UT College of Nursing, SOCAT, Tennessee Trucking Association, Clay County Sanitation Department, Volunteer Behavioral Health, ROPS 3N, Lifeline, Tennessee Voices, TWRA, Pea Ridge Volunteer Fire Department, THP, Clay County Health Department, SADD, Community member volunteers, Family and Children’s Service, Faith-Based Initiative, Department of Children Services, Shankey 1st Church of God, Corps of engineer, Stephens Center, and Drug Endangered Children. Community partners provided school supplies, safety simulators, and resources. The coalition set up an informational booth and disseminated tote bags with CLD/Rx disposal bin location information printed on them. Information in the bags included short term affects and long-term effects of tobacco, facts about tobacco and refusal tips, alcohol short term affects and long-term effects rack cards with facts about alcohol and refusal tips marijuana short term and long term effects rack cards with facts about marijuana and refusal tips, brochure on talking with your child about marijuana, rat cards on methamphetamines that included warning signs of abuse, facts about math and short term and long term affects and refusal tips, brochure on electronic cigarettes, brochure on prescription drug abuse, brochure on count it lock it drop it. The coalition provided count it lock it drop it sandwich boxes, pencils with the Tennessee REDLINE number, be drug free pencil, count it lock it drop it pencil sharpener, and rulers with Tennessee REDLIENE information school supplies. Those that attended the event had the opportunity to properly dispose of medication’s, receive overdose prevention training, visit informational booth with resources and check out safety simulators, receive school supplies, school vaccinations, and food. 80 lockboxes were provided to community members during the event. 20 people went through the hidden in plain sight trailer. 135 adults and 129 children attended the event. ROPS 3N trained 78 community members and provided 50 overdose reversal kits. During the event 9.8 pounds were collected in the RX disposal bin.