Article by WYDaily – By Kristine Crane – 06/15/2017 Generic medications are on the rise, and to make them more affordable, especially for the uninsured, the Williamsburg Health Foundation has stepped in with a pilot program at Olde Towne Medical Center to make it easier for people to acquire them, according to a recent press release fromRead More »
In Fiscal Year 2016, Rx Partnership helped 10,614 uninsured Virginians receive 50,692 prescriptions with a retail value of $11.5 million.
RxP's *NEW* Access to Medication Program (AMP)
RxP launched a new program on April 1, 2017 to expand generic medication access in Virginia. Learn more here.
Who Does RxP Help?
RxP helps eligible patients at free clinics throughout the state. Find a participating clinic in your area.
What Does RxP Do?
RxP works directly with 5 pharmaceutical companies and 20 free clinics throughout the state. Learn more here.
How You Can Help?
Last year RxP was able to leverage $29 in medication per dollar donated. Learn how you can help support medication access in Virginia here.
In the News
Article by WYDaily – By Sarah Fearing – 05/15/2017 Pharmaceutical technician Tisha Monge provides Janice Houff with a free 90-day supply of generic medication made possible through the new AMP, or Access to Medication, program. (Courtesy Dominion Energy)Every day, Olde Towne Medical & Dental Center Clinic Director Kendra Robinson sees patients who can’t afford their essential prescriptionRead More »