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Combat the Opioid Epidemic with SafeRx

Our communities are increasingly overcome with opioid prescriptions. According to recent studies and reports, the pandemic has made the crisis worse.

Opioid Epidemic By the Numbers

Outdated “child-proof” pill bottles contribute to the problem nationwide, leading the wrong people to get access to medication that doesn’t belong to them. Safe Rx locking pill bottles are a proven solution.

70

Percent of drug overdose deaths in 2019 involved an opioid

50,000

Deaths involving opioid overdose in 2019

10.1 million

People age 12 and older misused opioids in 2019

1.6 million

People had an opioid use disorder in the last year

  • Focus on prevention, not crisis

    Safe Rx locking pill bottles keep medication out of the wrong hands. A four-digit code keeps pills locked and secure, giving you peace of mind and a simple, affordable way to focus your efforts on what makes the biggest difference in your community.

    Updated pill bottles for today’s needs

    Did you know safety standards for pill bottles haven’t been updated in more than 50 years? Physician-developed SafeRx bottles provide the security needed in today’s world to prevent medication abuse and poisoning. Health departments, mental health professionals and pharmacies across the country are discovering the power of a simple locking pill bottle to stop abuse before it begins.

    Updated pill bottles for today’s needs

    Did you know safety standards for pill bottles haven’t been updated in more than 50 years? Physician-developed SafeRx bottles provide the security needed in today’s world to prevent medication abuse and poisoning. Health departments, mental health professionals and pharmacies across the country are discovering the power of a simple locking pill bottle to stop abuse before it begins.


FOR FAMILIES

  • Safely store medications at home and keep them secure while traveling.
  • Prevent accidental poisoning and theft from medicine cabinets.

FOR MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

  • Prevent a crisis from the source and protect communities at an affordable cost.
  • A smart way to spend grant money to promote prescription drug abuse prevention and education in your community.
  • Give Safe Rx bottles away at your community health education events.

FOR COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES

  • Give Safe Rx bottles away at campus health education and drug safety events.
  • Help keep ADHD medication out of the wrong hands.

How does it work?

Think of it as a pill bottle topped with a bike lock. Simply use the preset code or use our coder to quickly and easily create a customized combination. The patented design makes undetected pilfering nearly impossible. If the bottle is broken into, you’ll know it!

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Get a free sample and schedule a free consultation. We’ll help you determine the package that works best for your organization.


REAL LIFE STORIES

Safe Rx bottles protect kids

“We ordered the Safe Rx bottles after a child of one of our patients ingested a controlled medication that was in a regular pill bottle in the patient’s purse. It was a terrifying ordeal for the family and one we hope to never repeat. We now offer all of our patients on controlled medications a Safe Rx bottle at no cost. Keeping children safe is a priority and we believe Safe Rx bottles protect kids.”

Oasis Center of the Rogue Valley, Oregon

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Preventing suicide

Wyoming has the highest suicide rate in the United States, double the national average. Wyoming prioritizes reducing access to lethal means as a suicide prevention strategy. Research shows that most people end their lives with firearms, suffocation, and intentional overdose. Although the person attempting suicide may know the combo to their locking pill bottle, the fact that it adds an extra step to open the bottle means a small delay to allow time for a second thought. This second thought can save their life. By distributing these pill bottles, we hope that they will either prevent access to lethal pills or provide a barrier at a time of crisis.

Wyoming Department of Health

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Addressing root causes of substance abuse

We're purchasing these bottles as giveaway items for our community outreach and overdose awareness events. We have an active community coalition that is working across prevention, education, treatment, and recovery to address the root causes of substance abuse.

Mesa County Health Department, Colorado

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Watch Camille Schrier, current Miss America and Doctor of Pharmacy student, as she explains why she advocates for the Ohio Locking Vial Pilot Program.