“Lock Your Meds” Campaign

3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Lock Your Meds" Campaign 3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Lock Your Meds" Campaign 3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Lock Your Meds" Campaign 3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Lock Your Meds" Campaign 3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Lock Your Meds" Campaign 3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Lock Your Meds" Campaign 3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Lock Your Meds" Campaign 3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Lock Your Meds" Campaign 3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Lock Your Meds" Campaign 3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
"Lock Your Meds" Campaign 3/14/12-Madison County officials Wednesday officially launched their "Lock Your Meds" campaign, hoping to prevent heroin addictions that often begin with the taking of unguarded prescription drugs in the homes of friends and family members. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
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