Affordable Prescription Program
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 un-insured 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 postage if mailed to the home.
Medical Supply Service
By working closely with other non-profits in our community, we are able to provide a variety of medical supplies to even more people in need. These supplies include dressings, kerlix bandages, and liquid nutritional supplements. To be accepted into the program, clients must have a referral from a social service agency or prescription from a licensed health care professional. We also have adult diapers, pull-ups, and bed-pads available.
Durable Medical Equipment Program
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 a doctor’s prescription and the ability to pick up their medical equipment from our Southfield warehouse. There is a handling fee for DME.
Blanket Relief Program
Working with over 100 homeless shelters and agencies assisting families in need, we distribute free full-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.