New patients, please call (608) 257-0919, extension 1
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Who Can Use the Pharmacy and How to Apply:
Be 18 years or older and a Dane County resident
Have a current prescription and have no prescription drug insurance, including Medicare Part D plans
Meet the household-income guideline, 200% of the federal poverty level or lower (Check current guidelines here.)
You’ll need to be certified before we can fill your prescription. Please call us at (608) 257-0919. Press 1 to continue and then press 38 to reach our receptionist. Please have prescription names ready when calling.
More About Our Pharmacy
The mission of our pharmacy is to help uninsured adults living with low incomes in Dane County with a compassionate resource to fill current prescriptions for free, learn about their medications and find support for getting effective treatment for chronic and acute medical conditions. Our pharmacy is state-licensed and stocks many medications to treat common conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, infections and other illnesses. We provide up to a 30-day supply for each prescription. Our own Managing Pharmacist oversees the program and with well-trained volunteers and UW-Madison Pharmacy School students. (No narcotics are stocked or provided.)
For information about patient rights and responsibilities, please click here.
Search for your medication in the document by typing “Ctrl+F” on your keyboard. If you do not see the medication you are looking for on this list, please give us a call, as we still might be able to provide it.
STOP! We are not a drug repository! We are happy to accept some unopened, unexpired medications and personal care items.