Project Access Nashville links people without health insurance to primary care clinics that belong to a network of clinics that care for patients based on their ability to pay. It is a network of providers that offer a range of primary health care services, including access to pharmacy services.
The Thomas Health Hope Dispensary offers free or low-cost medications dispensed to eligible people who lack insurance and have limited income. It has more than 300 medications used to treat a wide range of conditions, including high blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes.
Milligram is an online program that helps patients and providers search for drugs at the lowest price in a certain zip code.
Direct Relief has created partnerships with multiple manufacturers of medical supplies that donate necessary medicines and supplies and take advantage of large-scale markets to offer these products to network clinics and health centers from a single source, at no cost.
In addition to these resources, some commercial pharmacies also offer drugs at discount prices. Check with your local pharmacy for more information.