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Organizations requesting assistance locally and nationally may apply with Application C. Click on the PDF symbol to get started.

Application C

Affordable Prescription Program (for eligible low-income people in Michigan) 

Established in 1966, this program provides prescription medicines to financially qualified individuals, age 18 and older living in Michigan.  The program is for people who are uninsured or under-insured. After an application process, eligible clients can receive prescriptions through our state-licensed pharmacy. Prescriptions are then either sent directly to their home or picked up in person. There is a handling fee of $8.30 per prescription, plus $4.50 postage* if mailed to the home. Call us for more information: (313)866-5333 (see below for the flyers).

* Actual shipping fee depends on your location - call to receive your exact shipping fee

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Spanish Flyer

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Medical Supply Service (for individual clients in Metro Detroit)
By working closely with other non-profits in our community, we are able to provide a variety of medical supplies to people in need. These supplies include dressings, kerlix bandages, gloves, and liquid nutritional supplements. We also have adult diapers, pull-ups, and bed-pads available. There is a small handling fee for the service.

Durable Medical Equipment Program(for individual clients in Metro Detroit)
This program enables low-income clients to obtain items such as canes, walkers, hospital beds, over-the-bed tables, and tub benches. To take part in the program, clients must have the ability to pick up their medical equipment from our Southfield warehouse. There is a handling fee for DME.

Blanket Relief Program (Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb County)

Working with over 60  homeless shelters and agencies assisting families in need, we distribute free twin size blankets, hygiene kits, and baby blankets. The blanket program runs prior to the winter season in November and December. Hygiene kits are available year-round. Agencies interested in collaboration may contact World Medical Relief's local program manager at

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