Rx Partnership's Response to Coronavirus 
Extension of the Prescription Delivery Program into 2021!

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Rx Partnership's newly established prescription mail delivery program has been a resounding success. Clinics and patients alike have appreciated the option to have prescriptions mailed directly to patients' homes instead of patients having to pick-up their medications from the clinic. 

RxP previously extended the prescription mail delivery program until the end of 2020. In September, the Rx Partnership Board of Directors again voted to officially extend the mail delivery program until June 30, 2021

To learn more about RxP's Prescription Mail Delivery Program and to view a list of our funders, please visit our website here.
Rx Partnership Spotlight
Rx Partnership's Supplemental Clinic Supports

In addition to providing affordable medication access programs and the new mail delivery program, Rx Partnership also supports our clinic partners in many other ways by providing: resources, education, training, and additional tools. 
Loudoun Free Clinic Staff enjoying a staff appreciation event sponsored by RxP.

RxP recognizes we're in unprecedented times and we wouldn't be able to operate without our exceptional clinic partners across the Commonwealth that provide direct services to vulnerable Virginians. At a time of economic uncertainty, RxP has committed to supporting our clinic partners by providing direct sponsorships for clinics to use on fundraising events, trainings or even staff & volunteer appreciation events. 

RxP's newest pill boxes featuring removeable day of the week compartments.
Medication adherence is critical for patients to keep their chronic conditions under control and stay out of the hospital. Because of that, RxP purchased a supply of pill boxes for each clinic partner to distribute to their patients. Pill boxes are an important tool, especially for patients who take multiple medications, to increase medication compliance and allow patients to better organize and plan out their medications throughout the week. They also help remind patients if they've already taken their doses for the day or not. 

RxP hosts a yearly training for our clinic partners to learn about current health care issues, network with colleagues, and share best practices to better serve their patients. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, RxP's Annual Roundtable training was virtually held on October 14th over two different sessions- one for clinics with pharmacies and one for clinics without pharmacies. The agenda included informative presentations on: RxP updates, best practices, clinic idea sharing and Pharmacy in Virginia. 

We'd like to thank our 2020 Roundtable sponsors for their support!

Make Your Donation Go Further 
Donate Now and Increase Your Gift to RxP by 10%

Rx Partnership is a charity partner with the PGA Tour's Dominion Energy Charity Classic's Birdies for Charity, presented by Towne Bank, scheduled for October 16-18, 2020 at the Country Club of Virginia James River Course. 

The tournament sponsors will increase your gift by 10%! But hurry, this generous offer only applies if you make a gift by October 18th! 

Use the following link and donate now to grow your gift to Rx Partnership by 10%: Birdies for Charity- Rx Partnership.

Questions? Please contact Katy Latimer for more information. 
Thank You to Our Supporters
Rx Partnership Cannot Do It Without YOU! 

Translation: "Thanks for the medications!"
We appreciate all of the support from the individuals and organizations that have made our success possible. Your donations have a huge impact on the lives of so many Virginians! Thank you!

Ronald, a patient at CrossOver Healthcare Ministry, shared that he 
doesn't know how he'd get his medication if it wasn't for CrossOver and Rx Partnership. Ronald typically works 10-hour days doing home remodeling and has fortunately remained employed throughout the pandemic. Recently, CrossOver began shipping his medication directly to his house using RxP's new prescription mail delivery program so now he doesn't have to worry about missing a day of work to pick up his medication. 


Individual Donors
  • L. Shawn Nelson
  • Lewis Broome
  • Joseph & April Niamtu
  • Arlene & Bill Yarcich
  • Bruce Kay
  • The Patricia G. Pulley & J. Waverly Pulley, III, Family Fund
Foundations & Corporations
Are you interested in investing in our mission?
Please contact Katy Latimer for more information.  
RxP In the News

Despite the uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Rx Partnership staff has been hard at work to ensure that:
  • There was no medication service disruption to our clinic partners or patients;
  • Eligibility screenings didn't prevent patients from getting the medications they needed;
  • We're supporting clinics the best way we can by providing resources and establishing new programs to benefit both clinics and patients.
Rx Partnership is proud of what we've been able to accomplish working remotely during the pandemic and we're excited to share several press items highlighting our critical work.

Central Virginia Region

Amy Yarcich column: The Postal Service's vital role in medication delivery
As of this writing, I know of no package that was not delivered to the right patient at the right time. Delivery times consistently have been one to two days, and partner clinics have been able to track packages to their patients online to better anticipate delivery dates. Read more...

WTVR-RIC (CBS) - Richmond, VA: CBS 6 Early Morning News
A Richmond non-profit has launched a program that mails people's prescriptions right to their homes. Rx Partnership introduced the program for low-income, uninsured individuals. 

Small nonprofit makes big impact on lives, health of people
CrossOver's ability to supply inexpensive medications is largely due to its connection to a little known Henrico County-based nonprofit. Called Rx Partnership, the small nonprofit works behind the scenes to supply free and low-cost clinics like CrossOver with free brand name and generic medicines that they can offer at low cost to patients. 

Local nonprofit introduces prescription mailing program for vulnerable and low-income patients
The mail delivery program, which was designed and launched in just 30 days, aims to reduce the possible exposure to the virus for patients, clinic staff, and volunteers and ensures that patients with chronic conditions receive vital medication in a timely manner. It comes at no additional cost to partner clinics or patients and provides a 90-day supply of medication to recipients. Read more...

Hampton Roads Region

Nonprofit boosts medication access
A Richmond-based nonprofit started providing increased access to prescriptions through the mail during the COVID-19 pandemic, and some folks in Suffolk are benefiting. Read more...

Rx Partnership's prescription mailing program helps low income and uninsured Virginians safely get medications
A new program is making one aspect of COVID-complicated life a little easier for low-income, uninsured Virginians who rely on prescription medications to live a healthier life. Read more...

Southwest Virginia Region

Program improves access to prescriptions in the New River Valley
Inside the doors at the Community Health Center of the New River Valley, the team works with Rx Partnership, to get and directly ship that medication. Read more...

WFIR News Talk Radio: Rx Partnership delivers with its partners - for free to the uninsured
A program that launched in April to deliver critical medications to the uninsured at no charge and to their homes could be extended into next year. 32 clinics in Virginia - including in the New River Valley - are taking part, as WFIR's Gene Marrano explains.  Listen Here...

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