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There is an abundance

of medication produced in the United States; billions of doses are available for use each year.

30 Million

Americans are uninsured
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WHAT IF
There is a way to distribute that medication, free of cost, to the low income, uninsured.
Health outcomes improve
Costs decrease across the entire health system
People's lives are transformed
WE ARE

Dispensary of Hope

An innovative, collaborative force for change in American Healthcare.

ABOUT US

The Dispensary of Hope delivers critical medicine – free of cost – to the people who need it the most but cannot afford it.  We are a charitable medication distributor dedicated to providing pharmacies and safety-net clinics with reliable access to vital medication – generously donated by pharmaceutical manufacturers.

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Working toward a national solution to serve the low income, uninsured.

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pharmaceutical dONOR
PARTNER

And transform lives
across the country

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JOIN AS A

Dispensing
Site

And improve your
community's health

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JOIN AS A

Patient/ Caregiver

And locate participating
dispensing sites

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News

  • The Dispensary of Hope visits East Tennessee Thursday, Apr 19
    Last week, members of the Dispensary of Hope team visited dispensing sites in East Tennessee. The team had a great opportunity to see sites from three different cities in action, serving the most vul...
  • Pharmacy in Population Health Wednesday, Mar 28
    Hillary Blackburn, PharmD, Director of Pharmaceutical Services, Dispensary of Hope, shares a brief overview of pharmacy's role in population health.   Last week, the Dispensary...
  • Dispensary of Hope Highlighted in HealthCare Distributor Thursday, Mar 8
    The destruction and devastation inflicted by hurricane's Harvey and Irma were unprecedented. Among the many difficulties faced during these two disasters was the lack of medication acces...