In Fiscal Year 2013, Rx Partnership helped more than 16,330 uninsured Virginians receive 86,449 prescriptions with a retail value of $23.8 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 7 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:

Harrisonburg Rockingham Free Clinic

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

RxP Featured Clinic:

NOVA ScriptsCentral

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.

RxP Featured Clinic:

Tri-Area Health Center

Our goal is to ensure that first-class, affordable health care is accessible to everyone in our southwest Virginia community. We want to provide you with the care and support you need, in an atmosphere you will appreciate.

RxP Featured Clinic:

Western Tidewater Free Clinic

The mission of Western Tidewater Free Clinic is to provide high-quality, non-emergency health care to the residents of Western Tidewater who cannot otherwise afford it. We serve individuals between the ages of 19 and 64 with no medical insurance who live at or below 200% of the federal poverty level.

In the News

New Study Shows Pharmacist Interventions Are Healthcare Win-Win - September 5th, 2014:

New study results published August 4 in Health Affairs show that pharmacist interventions with patients led to improved healthcare outcomes and reduced healthcare costs. The findings suggest that when patients, in consultation with their pharmacists, follow their prescription drug regimens, it can lead to a decrease in emergency room visits and hospital readmissions.   NACDS, a longtime proponent of medication therapyRead More »

Poll: Nearly 60% of Exchange Enrollees Were Uninsured - July 21st, 2014:

Almost six in 10 people who bought health insurance through the Affordable Care Act’s online exchanges had been uninsured just before they went shopping for a health plan, according to a new survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation. The finding offers another glimpse at whether the 2010 law achieved its main goal: to reduce the number ofRead More »

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