Medication Assistance Programs

The New River Valley Medication Assistance Program (MAP), located at Carilion New River Valley Medical Center, works with pharmaceutical companies to provide medications to persons who meet income requirements.

Who Qualifies?

  • Persons who do not have prescription insurance
  • Persons who have a current physician willing to participate in the program
  • Persons with a monthly household income that meets pharmaceutical companies requirements

The New River Valley Medication Assistance Program staff works with pharmaceutical companies to provide medications to persons who meet income requirements. A call to us can help you determine if you qualify.

Our staff will help you help you by:

  • Identifying available programs
  • Assisting with the application process
  • Following up with refill needs

What should I bring to my appointment?

You will need:

  • A list of your current medications with strength and directions for taking them
  • Proof of household income (paystubs)
  • Copy of your most recent tax return (if you file taxes)

What should I expect to happen?

Medications sent for you are usually in a 90-day supply. Most medications will be delivered to your physician's office and you will pick them up there. Medications picked up from a pharmacy may require a dispensing fee.

It is your responsibility to contact the MAP staff and leave a message that you have received your medication. This is to make sure that proper reordering can take place. Your cooperation with these rules helps the program remain successful.

Contact Us

540-731-2414 or 800-432-7874 ext. 2414

MAP is conveniently located off I-81, Radford exit 109 at Carilion New River Valley Medical Center. Our office is on the lower level near the main lobby/cafeteria elevators.