SIRUM can only facilitate prescription medicine donation to facilities that are licensed for and currently provide medical care or pharmacy services, and located in eligible states. If you do not meet this criteria, SIRUM may be able to provide over-the-counter (OTC) medication donations.
SIRUM can provide access to a variety of medicine, including prescription drugs that cover 75% of the most commonly prescribed medications, especially those for chronic conditions, as well as OTCs. We receive donated medicine through a nationwide network of medicine donors, so what you can receive may depend on current supply and location. SIRUM does not currently provide access to refrigerated or controlled medication.
At this time, SIRUM operates under state-level drug donation laws and we typically do not facilitate donations of prescription medications outside the United States. You may qualify to receive OTCs.
We typically ask community partners to pay a small fee to help cover costs. We aim for all community partnerships to be mutually financially sustainable.