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 Wyoming Medication Donation Program

Eligibilty and Application

Wyoming residents with limited resources to purchase medications may be eligible to receive donated medications from the Wyoming Medication Donation Program (WMDP) via mail or a participating Dispensing Site.  The medication donation program is intended for short-term assistance.  Donations fluctuate and medications may not always be available or be available in a desired quantity.  Patients should research other alternatives to receive consistent long-term assistance.  

In this section you will find:

  • Who is Eligible
  • How to Get Help and Apply 
  • How to Refer a Patient
  • Dispensing Site Locations
  • Long-Term Prescription Assistance Resources 

Who is Eligible to Receive Help?

In order to receive assistance from the WMDP, patients must meet ALL of the following eligibility requirements…

1.  Wyoming Resident

2.  Limited resources to purchase prescription medications, as determined by the Dispensing Site.  
     Generally, eligibility requirements are:

  • Low-Income (200% Federal Poverty Level or below).
    Click here for the current poverty guidelines 
  • No Prescription Insurance, or Wyoming Medicaid
  • Contact your local Dispensing site for details

3.  A current prescribing physician/practitioner prescription is required

**  Each recipient must sign a release form stating that they understand the immunity provisions
of the program and acknowledge that the medication was originally dispensed to another patient
and has been donated to the WY Medication Donation Program for re-dispensing **


 Get Help and Apply


We can help with:

• Prescription Medications

• Limited Over-The-Counter Medications

We DO NOT help with:

• Narcotics and other controlled substance (e.g. medications for pain, sleep, anxiety, ADHD)

• Refrigerated medications


Cost of Using the Program:

Dispensing sites may charge up to $10 per prescription to cover dispensing fees.  Contact your local Dispensing site for details.


Print, Complete, and Submit the Application Packet to the WMDP to determine eligibility.


Refer a Patient 

Submit the Application Packet (above) with a Referral Form to determine eligibility.

A valid prescription is required.




We accept donations of unused samples! Click here to learn more.

Join the program.  Contact us toll free at 1-855-257-5041 to learn about becoming a donation site or dispensing site.

Dispensing Site Locations



         Casper Community Care Inc.:  (Ph) 307-232-6097

         Health Care for the Homeless:  (Ph) 307-235-6116

         University of Wyoming Family Medicine Residency Program: (Ph) 307-234-6161


         Health Works Pharmacy: (Ph) 307-637-7000 (serving Laramie County)


         Cedar Mountain Center: (Ph) 307-578-2529


Downtown Clinic:  (Ph) 307-745-8445

Laramie Reproductive Health: (Ph) 307-745-4164


            Midwest Community Clinic:  (Ph) 307-437-6513


         St. John's Medical Center, Cognitive Health:  (Ph) 307-739-7434

Rock Springs:

         Donaldson Medical Clinic: (Ph) 307-362-0707

Rock Springs:

         Sweetwater Pharmacy: (Ph) 307-362-7330 (serving Sweetwater County and surrounding area)


        Free Clinic of Sheridan County:  (Ph) 307-674-6995

Wyoming:  (available to all residents of Wyoming via mail)  

Wyoming Medication Donation Program
(Ph) 307-635-1297
(Toll free) 855-257-5041

Long Term Prescription Assistance Resources

Link to Prescriptions Assistance Programs through

Link to Wyoming Equality Care (Medicaid)


Don’t let unused medicine go to waste!