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BACODA is funded by TDSHS, United Way, fees for services, foundations, and donations.

Learn More About Prescription Drug Abuse
Our Mission: To educate and inform our communities about the dangers of prescription drug misuse and improper disposal as well as develop strategies to combat this epidemic problem.

About Us: The Task Force was formed in February 2013 because the Brazoria County Community Coalition (BCCC) recognized a need to address the growing epidemic of prescription drug abuse in Brazoria County. The Task Force is made up of committed individuals representing law enforcement, education, health care and mental health services, nonprofits, other concerned citizens, and youth. 


Be part of the solution! You can help us protect our community.

Join us at our next meeting!​


For more information on the Brazoria County Prescription Drug Abuse Task Force, 
contact Dannielle Meyer, BCCC Coordinator, at dannielle.meyer@bacoda.org.
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We are working to ensure every community in Brazoria County has at least one permanent disposal site for prescription drugs.
We work with community partners to educate and inform the community about the dangers of misusing prescription drugs.
We disseminate messages to help raise awareness and change the perceptions about prescription drug abuse.
SAFE DISPOSAL
EDUCATION
CHANGING NORMS

We did it!  Permanent Rx Disposal in Brazoria County is now available at seven police departments in Brazoria County. This service is free! Bring all pills or patches for safe disposal to the police stations in Angleton, Alvin, Clute, Freeport, Lake Jackson, Richwood, and Sweeny.


More information available here.
Download this flyer and spread the word!

To learn more about how you can help your city get a Rx Drop Box, contact Dannielle Meyer at dannielle.meyer@bacoda.org.