Resource Guide

Find the right program or service for you.

Use this Resource Guide to find the right program or service you need for yourself or a loved one.

Things to know

Anyone who helps someone who is suffering a drug or alcohol overdose cannot be criminally charged.

First responders and law enforcement officers now carry Naloxone, a prescription drug that counteracts the effects of opioid-related overdoses.

Prescription Drug Drop Box

Location Phone Address Directions
Newark Police Department 302-366-7111 220 S. Main St., Newark, DE 19711 Directions
New Castle County Police Department 302-573-2800 3601 N. DuPont Hwy., New Castle, DE 19720 Directions
Wilmington Police Department 302-576-3670 300 N. Walnut St., Wilmington, DE 19801 Directions
Location Phone Address Directions
Dover Police Department 302-736-7111 400 S. Queen St., Dover, DE 19904 Directions
Smyrna Police Department 302-653-9217 325 W. Glenwood Ave., Smyrna, DE 19977 Directions
Felton Police Department 302-284-8441 24 E. Sewell St., Felton, DE 19943 Directions
Camden Police Department Phone 1783 Friends Way Camden, DE 19934 Directions
Harrington Police Department 302-398-4493 20 Mechanic St. Harrington, DE 19952 Directions
Location Phone Address Directions
Selbyville Police Department 302-436-5085 68 W. Church St. Selbyville, DE 19975 Directions
Greenwood Police Department 302-349-4822 100 W. Market St. Greenwood, DE 19950 Directions
Ocean View Police Department 302-539-1111 201 Central Ave., Ocean View, DE 19970 Directions
Georgetown Police Department 302-349-4822 335 N. Race St., Georgetown, DE 19947 Directions
Laurel Police Department 302-875-2244 205 Mechanic St., Laurel, DE 19956 Directions
Delmar Police Department 302-846-2320 400 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Delmar, MD 21875 Directions