Rx Partnership's Continuity of Operations
Response to COVID-19

Not only is Rx Partnership continuing our vital work providing medication to clinics and patients without any interruption in services but we're also creating new methods and programs to ensure patients have the medications they need during this difficult time.  

Rx Partnership's response includes:
  • Creating sustainable work processes to ensure RxP staff is still efficiently and effectively working on strategic priorities and goals; 
  • Extending the patient eligibility time frame by 3 months for RxP medications, which not only avoids risking exposure, but also prevents both patients and clinics from spending unnecessary time on paperwork; 
  • Providing timely and critical information to clinics by serving as a resource and informing them of new protocols that can protect both clinic staff and patients;
  • Advising clinics as they complete eligibility for new patients;
  • Actively fundraising for special emergency COVID-19 response dollars; and
  • Launching a new program to deliver prescriptions directly to patients' homes.  
How Our Clinics Are Responding to the Crisis
Clinics have also had to adapt to the new COVID-19 environment while still serving the needs of of their patients.  Some of the new procedures that clinics have implemented include: telemedicine, triaging patients over the phone, bringing medications out to the parking lot so the patient doesn't have to leave their car, new drive-up pharmacy delivery windows and other drive-through/curbside prescription pick-up methods.  

Rx Partnership would like to thank our clinic partners for their hard work and continued commitment serving Virginia's most vulnerable.

To view more information about RxP's response to the Coronavirus, please  visit our website here.
Rx Partnership NEW Program
Home Delivery of Prescriptions
Rx Partnership  is committed to ensuring that the most vulnerable Virginians (and the clinics that serve them!) have access to affordable medications to treat chronic conditions.  In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rx Partnership is piloting a new program that allows clinics to mail prescriptions directly to patients' homes instead of patients having to pick-up their medications from the clinic. Rx Partnership is able to offer this program at no cost to either the clinic or the patient through generosity of foundation supporters. 

RxP is constantly exploring new ways to support our clinic partners and increase medication access for vulnerable Virginians. But we need your help! To find out about how you can become a partner of RxP, please contact Katy Latimer.

We'd like to thank the following organizations for recognizing the added burden that COVID-19 has caused the health safety net and quickly taking action to fund programs like ours to help the most vulnerable Virginians:
Questions about the medication delivery program?
Please contact Executive Director Amy Yarcich for more details.
Rx Partnership Highlight
RxP's New 2020 - 2023 Strategic Plan

Rx Partnership is excited to share our new 2020-2023 Strategic Plan. RxP will continue our current work providing medication to vulnerable Virginians but our priorities will also focus on leveraging data to explore additional methods of delivering these vital medications in new, strategic and sustainable programs. To view the 2020-2023 Strategic Plan,  please click here.

Thank You to Our Supporters
Rx Partnership Cannot Do What We Do Without YOU! 

We  appreciate all the support from individuals and organizations that have made our success possible as we work toward the lofty vision of ensuring "Every Virginian has access to the medications they need."  


Individuals & Private Funds
  • John Dickinson
  • Colin Drozdowski
  • Patricia Richards-Spruill
  • Sam Gibbs
  • Charlie Webb
Foundations & Corporations
Are you interested in investing in our mission? 
Please contact Katy Latimer 
for more information.

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For more information, visit our website at  www.RxPartnership.org  and consider making a donation today!

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