FAQs

Who is eligible at Ritesh Shah Charitable Pharmacy ?

– Individuals at or below 300% of the Federal Poverty Level

– Individuals not covered by any form of prescription insurance

What kind of proof do you need?

– Proof of income, if any.

– No medical insurance

– Both the Parker Clinic and RSCP provide eligibility forms to patients

What kind of medications do you carry?

– Medications pertaining to blood pressure, diabetes, nutrition, and mental health. OTC Medications

Do you carry insulin?

– Yes, 8 different kinds of insulins, a Lilly program through Dispensary of Hope.

Are Over the Counter Medications free for eligible patients?

– Yes and those who can afford can buy it but that purchase will be a donation to the charity

What services do you provide in addition to providing medications

– Education and awareness

– Medication counseling

How can I get involved and help

– Donate, Volunteer

Do I have to have insurance?

– No – anyone who has insurance is not eligible for this program

How many times can I refill my prescription?

– As many times as you need the services

Can you deliver prescriptions?

– No, not yet

Can my doctor send the prescription directly to the pharmacy?

– Yes – we have partnered with free clinics and charitable clinics

What are your hours?

– M-F : 9-5

How long does it take to fill my prescription?

– Like any other pharmacy, once all the requirements are met, it will be filled promptly

What documents do I need to bring with me to the pharmacy?

– See 3 forms on the site

Are there doctors or clinics that partner with the pharmacy and provide free checkups?

– We can guide you to local clinics who can provide these services