The growing problem in our country is opioid addiction. Every day, more than 130 people die from overdosing on opioids in the United States and most opioid abuse starts from using other people’s prescriptions. People have recognized this as a problem and have established a National Take Back Day. There are a number of stations across the country where you can drop off unused prescription drugs. For the first time, the DEA will also accept vape cartridges or devices. To contribute to the National Take Back Day, Wolverine Pride unboxed prescription drug lock boxes, inserted directions, and prepared them for the Take Back event at Yoke's in Airway Heights this Saturday where people can get the lock boxes for free.