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.

RxP Featured Clinic:

Community Free Clinic of Newport News
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During this time of economic downturn RxP has increased access to medications for many sick and unemployed Americans. One of the most rewarding things we experience in our pharmacy occurs when a patient that we once provided care to during a time of need returns to the clinic. It is outstanding when they tell us they have found a job, their health is stable, and they are back on their own feet.

RxP Featured Clinic:

Arlington Free Clinic

Since 1993, AFC has been filling the gap in access to medical care for Arlington’s underserved population. We do not receive federal or county funding and continue to be our community’s only free medical safety net for adults. Last year, our team of over 700 volunteers, including 180 physicians, made a significant difference in the lives of over 1,600 individuals and their families.

RxP Featured Clinic:

Bradley Free Clinic

The Bradley Free Clinic provides free medical, dental, and pharmacy care to the Roanoke Valley's working uninsured, temporarily unemployed, and their families using volunteer health care professionals.

RxP Featured Clinic:

Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic

Thanks to the generous support of caring volunteers and donors, the Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic provides medical care, dental care, and prescription medications for uninsured residents of Fredericksburg, Caroline, King George, Spotsylvania, and Stafford.

In the News

Rx Partnership Launches New ‘Access to Medication Program’ to Address Generic Medication Access Challenges for Low-Income, Uninsured Patients - April 5th, 2017:

Recognizing the increasing difficulty uninsured, low-income patients have affording generic medications to treat their chronic conditions, Rx Partnership created a new, innovative program that focuses on dispensing generic medications to patients at Virginia free clinics and health centers.  Fredericksburg, VA – (April 5, 2017) Rx Partnership, a statewide nonprofit dedicated to supporting access to medicationsRead More »

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