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Prescription service takes a new name



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 giving patients and physicians a solution for obtaining prescription medications.

Working with pharmaceutical companies allows Beacon to bring more than $300,000 worth of brand name medications to the community. Each year Beacon dispenses medications that have an average wholesale value of more than $2 million, said Carol Risaliti, executive director of Beacon.

“Our focus is on pharmacy, providing prescription medications to those most vulnerable in our community,” she said.

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