In Fiscal Year 2015, Rx Partnership helped more than 12,747 uninsured Virginians receive 62,490 prescriptions with a retail value of $14.3 million.

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 6 pharmaceutical companies and 22 free clinics throughout the state. Learn more here.

How You Can Help?

Last year RxP was able to leverage $60 in medication per dollar donated. Learn how you can help support medication access in Virginia here.

RxP Featured Clinic:

Charlottesville Free Clinic
Visit: www.cvillefreeclinic.org/

Everyone should have access to quality health care. Thanks to a generous network of caring volunteers and donors right here in the community, the Charlottesville Free Clinic provides access to medical care, dental care, and prescription medications for uninsured adults and their families living in the greater Charlottesville/Albemarle community.

RxP Featured Clinic:

Gloucester-Mathews Care Clinic
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Founded in 1997, the Gloucester Mathews Care Clinic is committed bringing everyone in Gloucester and Mathews Counties access to basic healthcare, including, medical, dental and patient education.

RxP Featured Clinic:

Harrisonburg Rockingham Free Clinic
Visit: www.hrfreeclinic.org/

To partner with eligible, uninsured residents of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County for improved lifestyle and health

RxP Featured Clinic:

NOVA ScriptsCentral
Visit: www.novascriptscentral.org/

NOVA ScriptsCentral delivers much more than free medications to uninsured chronically ill children and adults. Our model of care focuses on quality, education and safety delivered by volunteer pharmacists who do more than dispense medications. They ask questions. They listen. NOVA ScriptsCentral is improving the health of our communities..for everyone.

In the News

Poll Finds Nearly Three Quarters of Americans Say Prescription Drug Costs Are Unreasonable, and Most Blame Drug Makers Rather Than Insurers for the Problem - August 11th, 2015:

Given recent news about some high-cost prescription drugs and the debate about who should pay for them, this month’s Kaiser Health Tracking Poll has a special focus on the issue. Nearly three-quarters of the public think that the cost of prescription drugs is unreasonable. Americans place much of the blame with the drug companies sayingRead More »

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