Are You a Patient Struggling to Pay for Your Medications?

Our goal is to get patients the medications they need. If your clinic or pharmacy does not currently use RoundtableRx, please let us know at info@roundtablerx.org. In addition to our organization, the following prescription assistance programs may also be available to you: 

 

  • Check out the information provided by the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy.

  • UnitedWay can tell you what is nearby, some may include local co-pay assistance programs and other patient assistance programs.

    • Call 211 or 651-291-0211 

    • Text your ZIP code to 898-211

  • Fairview Pharmacy Assistance Fund may help with one time requests up to $500.

  • GoodRx has links to manufacturer coupons and co-pay cards. It also shows the local cash prices of medications. 

  • Some pharmacies accept prescription drug cards, ask the pharmacist or technician if they have any available

  • For some cancer-related medications, there may be patient specific grants for certain disease state & drug combinations. Talk to your health care or social service provider for additional information.  

Racism is a Public Health Crisis

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We stand with the Black community. Racism is a public health problem. As an organization, our mission is to offer safe and affordable medication to Minnesotans in need, provide continuity of care and reduce waste by redistributing unused medications. We look forward to supporting the residents of Minneapolis and beyond, but first, it’s time to show our support. 

 

We continue to be amazed by the incredible response Minnesota has had to the murder of George Floyd. Seeing our community come together for positive change is inspiring. Thank you to those who have already helped with clean up efforts and started rebuilding the community. Continued support is needed, and this may look different for us all. 

 

Our founders are volunteering at clean ups, sitting in at peaceful protests at the capitol donating our personal resources and dedicating ourselves to consuming and reflecting upon these anti-racist resources

 

Consider taking this time to reflect. It is important, especially for white people, to listen more and talk less. The following resources are an excellent place to start learning:

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Anti-Racism Resources 

Racial Equity Tools for Health and Healthcare 

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Consider donating your time and resources in the Twin Cities at any of the organizations listed here. You can also check out this real-time updated map of places that need help with donations and distribution

 

Consider donating financially to these organizations that help to further the Black Lives Matter movement or donate directly to Lake Street.