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Q: What are the income guidelines to qualify for Beacon Charitable Pharmacy?
A: You must be at or below 250% of the Federal Poverty Level to qualify or $31,225 for individual and $42,275 for couples.
Q: Can I have medical insurance?
A: Please call for more information
Q: What if I have high co-pays on my prescription coverage?
A: Please call for more information.
Q: Does Beacon provide controlled substances such as Oxycotin, Percocet, xanax, ativan, Ambien, vicodin, or tramadol?
A: No, Beacon Charitable Pharmacy is a charitable pharmacy and DOES NOT CARRY ANY controlled substances.
Q: Can I donate my family member’s or my medicine that is no longer being used?
A: No, it is illegal for Beacon Charitable Pharmacy to accept donations from individuals. Beacon only accepts from pharmacies, professional medical care facilities.
Q: How long does it take to receive my prescription medications?
A: Usually residents of Stark or Carroll Counties receive medications same day to 48 hours.
Q: Can I get any over the counter medications?
A: Yes, some vitamins and over the counter medications are available.
Q: Do I have to provide proof of income?
A: Yes, you must provide proof of income for the household if there is any.
An FAQs page rarely answers all questions for all parties. We invite you to submit additional questions by using the contact form at the top of this page, or calling us for more information. Each situation is personal and we maintain the ultimate standards of confidentiality. Each situation is also unique, which means a personal consultation is your best opportunity for us to assist you.