Medication Access for All
NO controlled drugs, NO insurance, NO copays
Please call our pharmacy during business hours for inventory check.
All medications require a valid prescription from a doctor. A valid prescription must be an original (not a copy), written, signed and dated by a doctor within the last year, and brought to the pharmacy or faxed to the pharmacy from the doctor’s office.
Under current California drug donation laws, we CANNOT accept medication donations from individuals (only from specific, regulated facilities). If you have unwanted medications, it is important that you dispose of them safely. Please do not dispose of them in your trash, down the drain or in your toilet. Click here for a list of Santa Clara County drop-off locations for unwanted medications.
Hours of Operation:
Monday: 4 - 8 pm
Tuesday: 4 - 8 pm
Wednesday: 4 - 8 pm
Saturday: 9 am - 1 pm
We are the first dedicated drug donation pharmacy in Northern California, and we receive donated medications directly from donors. Our pharmacy accepts any valid prescription, serving patients who cannot afford their medications.
Unused Medication Wastage:
Financial cost of medications discarded annually in skilled nursing facilities
US: $2 billion4
California: $100 million8
Potential to salvage 10 million prescriptions worth ~$700 million2,3
Need for Free Medications:
- About 23% of American adults miss doses or skip prescriptions due to cost4
- Restricted access to medications associated with5:
- Worsened health outcomes
- Increased risk of cardiovascular events
- Other possible consequences:
- About half families filing for bankruptcies due to healthcare debt6
- Over $18 billion dollars spent on Emergency Department visits that could be avoided with proper primary care7
Disposing of Unused Drugs Harms Our Environment and Our Health.
Unused medication is currently dumped or burned and ends up in our waterways and our air.