Dispensary of Hope


What is it?
Dispensary of Hope is a charitable medication distributor. They collect and distribute medications to pharmacies and clinics across the US to help low income and chronically ill patients. Our pharmacy serves as a dispensing site for these medications.

How do I qualify?
To be eligible for Dispensary of Hope medications, a patient must not have prescription insurance, must be able to answer financial questions (and meet certain requirements), and must not be covered under Medicare, Medicaid, or VA insurance. Please bring your prescriptions to the pharmacy and we will fill out paperwork to see if you qualify. 

What medications are available?
Dispensary of Hope receives its medications as donations from pharmaceutical manufacturers. Many medications are available on a consistent basis; however, not every medication is available and sometimes medications that have been available to us may become unavailable.  We do not receive controlled medications on Dispensary of Hope (e.g. Valium, Xanax, Tramadol, Norco, Percocet, etc...). 

What if the medication I need is not available?
If a medication is unavailable on Dispensary of Hope it may be possible for us to call the doctor and request a medication to be changed to a product that is available. If we are unable to obtain a medication on Dispensary of Hope, we will do our best to provide the medication at the lowest cost possible to you.

What is the cost to use Dispensary of Hope?
Medications obtained through Dispensary of Hope are free of charge. It does not cost anything to be on the program. 

For any questions, please call us at (706) 272-6450 and ask about our Dispensary of Hope program. 

Last Updated: 6/13/2018