A Free Pharmacy for the Uninsured
If you are uninsured and struggling to pay for medications, we may be able to help.
The DuPage Dispensary of Hope is our free pharmacy program. If you are low income and uninsured including Access DuPage members, some or all of your medications may be available for free through our Wheaton based location. The DuPage Health Coalition is partnering with DuPage County to offer this service free of charge to those who qualify. You must have a valid prescription and meet program guidelines to receive medication.
DuPage Dispensary of Hope welcomes Access DuPage members, whose membership qualifies them for this program.
In one year, DuPage Dispensary of Hope supplied 2,815 free medications to 1,028 patients for a total donated value of $202,781.
Do I Qualify?
To qualify, you must meet these guidelines:
- Must be uninsured (cannot currently be enrolled in private or public insurance, including Medicare, Medicaid, employers sponsored, ACA Marketplace)
- Must meet program income guidelines (see chart)
Maximum Income Guidelines (before tax)
|Family Size||Monthly Income||Yearly Income|
|Each additional person||$746||$8,960|
Still curious about how the program works?
If you have general questions about the DuPage Dispensary of Hope and program eligibility, Denise Martinez is available to assist you. Her phone number is 630.510.8720 X 203 or email is [email protected] Se habla español. If you are enrolled in Access DuPage, Denise can also help you with getting your prescriptions transferred to the new pharmacy and explaining the new program to your Access DuPage doctor(s). To reach a pharmacist at the DuPage Dispensary of Hope please call 630.784.4288. Faxes can be sent to 630.784.4284.