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Charitable Pharmacy

Let’s get your health on track

If you do not have health insurance or can’t afford your medication, you may qualify to get it filled at no cost to you. Our pharmacy fills prescriptions for low-income, uninsured adults in Dane County, at no cost to patients. We help patients 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 and infections. We provide up to a 30-day supply for each prescription. We do not stock or provide narcotics. Got questions? Read our FAQs here.

Eligibility:
  • You must be 18+ years old,
  • live in Dane County or see a doctor in Dane County,
  • have no health insurance,
  • have a current prescription from your provider, and
  • have an annual household income below 300% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL)
Application:

Application Form Pre-Application Checklist

There are three ways to submit your application:

Please note, if you do not have any income, you will need a Letter of Support (Carta de Apoyo) to receive help from the pharmacy. The letter can be completed by a friend or family member who supports you.

Current patients:

(608) 260-7066

New patients:

(608) 257-0919

2033 Fish Hatchery Road
Madison, WI 53713

Monday

11am- 2pm

Tuesday

1pm- 4pm

Wednesday

Closed

Thursday

10am- 6pm

Friday

Closed

Saturday

Closed

Sunday

Closed

Need A Ride? We can pick you up!

We are currently offering free rides to and from our pharmacy. Call (608) 268-0355 to schedule your ride. Please note that we are located in the Middlecamp Center For Vincentian Charity, 2033 Fish Hatchery Road, Madison WI 53724.

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Help Neighbors Improve their Health

Donate money, volunteer time or medicine to help our neighbors.

To donate medicine, you MUST complete the form below. Do not remove the medicine label on the donated bottles. Donated medicine must meet ALL of these criteria:

    • Is not a controlled substance (no narcotics or opioids)
    • Will not expire for at least five months
    • Is in a sealed packaging (standard amber vials are not eligible)
    • Properly labeled and stored
    • Untampered with
    • No medical supplies

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Provider Resources

Below are some helpful resources for both prescribers and patients.

  • Prescribers may view our Formulary before referring patients to our pharmacy. 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. We do not stock or provide narcotics.
  • We will accept medication from eligible clinics. Please see Transfer Medicine below.

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