The Richmond County Pharmacy Assistance Program provides free prescription medications to Richmond County residents who are uninsured and fall at or below 300% of the Federal Poverty Level (see chart below).  Our program is funded by the NC Department of Rural Health and Community Care, as well as any donations to the program.  Our program is the answer for those who do not have the means to obtain life-saving medications to treat chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and asthma.

Click here to see the medication list: Medication List for Download and Print

Eligibility:2022 Federal 300% Poverty Level Chart

  • Must be a Richmond County resident  
  • Cannot have Medicare 
  • Cannot have Medicaid
  • Cannot have any prescription insurance  
  • Meet the Federal Poverty Level  (See chart)  


Sandra Monroe
127 Caroline Street 
(910) 417-4909

Have an appointment? What to bring: 

  • Written prescriptions (90-day supply with 3 refills)
  • Household total income 
  • Picture ID 
  • Social Security Card 
  • Medicaid denial letter 
  • Proof of address

Download and print any forms you may need to bring to your appointment: 

Application Checklist

Zero Income and Support Letter 

Cero Ingresos y Carta de Apoyo

Self Employment Form 

Formulario de Trabajo por Cuenta Propia

Income Verification Form

Tax Form 4506

Letter of Homelessness 

Documentacion de la falta de vivienda