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https://fb.watch/edhjajsRTJ/ Change begins when you speak up! That is what women in Stark County did and now we have the Dear Stark Women landing page. This page is filled with resources to help make your health a priority. Visit https://dear-stark-women-starkcohealthoh.hub.arcgis.com/ and locate services near you. Thank you Stark County Health Department for this great resource […]
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Beacon Charitable Pharmacy will be closed June 20, 2022 in observance of Juneteenth.
Due to the continued wintry weather and the safety of the customers and staff, Beacon will be closed again today, Friday, February 4th. If you have any questions or immediate needs, please call 330-445-1087.
Due to inclement weather Beacon Charitable Pharmacy will be closed February 3, 2022. If you have any questions please call 330-445-1087 option 2
Let’s get the word out that Beacon is here to help. Copy and paste the link. Click on Services Scroll down to locate Best Non-Profit Organization Type in Beacon Charitable Pharmacy Click nominate There is additional information to fill out such as name, email, etc. Might be a great way for people to learn […]
We have a limited amount of donated Ostomy/Ileostomy supplies and dressings, and some tube feeding . Call 330-445-1085 if interested.
https://youtu.be/B9XJmQ2yMEM Beacon was awarded the Partners in Excellence Award. Congratulations on your 2019 campaign award! We are so grateful for your hard work and support of United Way each and every year. Since we couldn’t recognize you in person this year, our team put together a fun video that goes along with your award and […]
Our agency met with Cong. Anthony Gonzalez along with the Alliance for Patient Access, to present the 2020 Champion of Patient Access award. Cong. Gonzalez is a champion for seniors health and protecting access to Medicare Part D. We appreciate the opportunity to share the work of our agency and especially how we are able […]
We are committed to providing quality care at Beacon Charitable Pharmacy.Our organization earned a top 2020 Gold Rating from the @nafclinics Quality Standards Program.
In partnership with The Canton Repository, every week the Stark Community Foundation is highlighting positive happenings in our community. Here’s to a Good News Monday! • We’re grateful to Beacon Charitable Pharmacy (formerly Prescription Assistance Network) for being a beacon of hope for the uninsured and underinsured in our community. Beacon has helped local residents fill 75,000 […]
Beacon Charitable Pharmacy now is the name for the Prescription Assistance Network of Stark County. The non-profit organization said it will continue to provide medications, guidance, solutions and hope to uninsured, underinsured and low- to moderate-income residents in Stark and Carroll counties. The new name reflects the services and should help increase local awareness by […]
Thomas Bernabei, the mayor of Canton, Ohio, recently presented a proclamation recognizing a collaboration between the NEOMED College of Pharmacy and the Beacon Charitable Pharmacy (formerly known as Prescription Assistance Network, or PAN) that for years has benefitted the Canton community. At a dinner at the Military Aviation Preservation Society (MAPS) Air Museum in Canton, […]
By Akron Beacon Journal Staff The Austin-Bailey Health and Wellness Foundation recently approved more than $123,060 in grants to nine nonprofit groups in Holmes, Stark, Tuscarawas and Wayne counties. The foundation supports programs that promote the physical and mental well-being of the people in those four counties. In addition, Austin-Bailey provides $4,000 scholarships to students […]
By SARA KLEIN News Leader Staff Writer Posted Jul 28, 2016 at 1:00 AM Two programs geared towards helping low- to moderate-income people were the topic of discussion at the July 25 meeting of the CC Board of Commissioners. The board first heard about a new prescription assistance program that has come to Carroll County. Carol Risaliti, executive director of […]
Published: October 18, 2015 – 11:00 AM By Akron Beacon Journal Staff Betty O’Neill-Roderick Guests entered through a make-believe pharmacy for the ninth annual Blues, Brews & All That Jazz, held at the Kent State Stark Conference Center on Thursday evening. The make-believe pharmacy entrance was designed and constructed by Sally Paquin and Lorrie Harbert. […]
By Denise Sautters CantonRep.com staff writer WHAT IS YOUR MISSION? SHOW MORE… Prescription Assistance Network of Stark County (PAN) provides the most vulnerable individuals with prescriptions and education. The agency collaborates with other health care providers and community organizations to maximize resources and provide effective and efficient services. HOW DID YOU GET STARTED? Prescription Assistance […]
By CantonRep.com staff report Posted Mar 17, 2014 at 2:15 PM The fund will help perpetuate the agency’s continuing work to provide access to prescription medications and education to those in need. Prescription Assistance Network of Stark County (PAN) has established a fund at the Stark Community Foundation in their name and that of Nancy H. McPeek, a former board […]
CANTON, Ohio (March 17, 2014) – Stark Community Foundation announced today that the Prescription Assistance Network of Stark County, Inc. (PAN) has established a fund in their name and that of Nancy H. McPeek, a dedicated Board Member, Board President, volunteer and supporter of the Organization. The Prescription Assistance Network/In Honor of Nancy H. McPeek […]
By Amy L. Knapp IndeOnline.com staff writer Posted Jan 19, 2014 at 11:00 PM Customers at the Prescription Assistance Network of Stark County Inc. can’t always pay the $2 donation fee for a prescription. But that’s OK, no one is ever turned away if they can’t pay. The charitable pharmacy at 408 Ninth St. SW in Canton provides individuals who […]
By Amy L. Knapp IndeOnline.com staff writer Posted Jan 19, 2014 at 10:52 PMUpdated Jan 19, 2014 at 11:05 PM The Health Foundation of Greater Massillon has awarded more than $2.8 million since it began in 1999. Judy Higgins is getting her health back in order. The Massillon resident suffers from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and emphysema. Since she quit her job in 2003 to […]
By Charita Goshay CantonRep.com staff writer Posted Jan 2, 2014 at 7:00 AM It’s not fancy. It offers no tabloid magazines, lipstick, candy or sweatshirts for sale, but that’s the point. The services being offered at the Prescription Assistance Network of Stark County matter much more than the ambiance. It’s not fancy. It offers no tabloid magazines, lipstick, candy or […]
The Prescription Assistance Network of Stark County works to aid residents in need of prescription drug assistance through advocacy, education and coordination of services. The nonprofit agency was initiated through conversations between Austin Bailey Health and Wellness Foundation and the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton. The groups initially met to address requests for funding […]
Published: October 4, 2010 – 2:30 AM By Cheryl Powell A community effort is trying to improve access to medical care for thousands of uninsured Stark County residents. When it fully launches early next year, the Access Health Stark County program will match eligible residents without health insurance with a network of volunteer primary-care doctors […]
Agency Helps People Get Medicines They Need Where would Gloria Deeser be without the Prescription Assistance Network of Stark County? (Information has been changed to correct an error at 3:25 p.m. 7/15. See correction at end of story.) “Dead,” she says. Insulin and the 11 medications she takes daily keep Deeser going. The Prescription Assistance Network helps […]
By Daphne Stewart Their stories are similar…they have been to the emergency room, the do not have any prescription insurance, they have been out of work for several months, they have been on long-term medications for several years, they have applied for disability, etc., etc. These are just some of the scenarios we encounter every […]