Prescriptions

If you need help in filling a prescription, most large chain pharmacies offer free or low cost medications.  These will vary by location.  You can also connect with one of the agencies listed below for help in filling your prescriptions.




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Holland Free Health Clinic

Address: 99 W. 26th St. Holland, MI 49423

Phone: (616) 392-3610

Website: http://www.hfhclinic.org/medication-supplies.html

The clinic provides assistance in procuring free prescriptions for uninsured people who meet eligibility requirements.  Those who wish to participate must have a Doctor in the Holland/Zeeland area.  You must call first to schedule an appointment.

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Love, INC Tri-Cities

Address: 1106 Fulton, Grand Haven, MI 49417

Phone: (616) 846-2701

They offer free, one time urgent need prescription.  They also offer assistance in procuring free prescriptions for those who are eligible, uninsured, and under age 60 in NW Ottawa County.

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Needy Meds

Website: http://www.needymeds.org/

This is an on-line source for prescription assistance to obtain low cost or free medications.  You must have a doctor’s prescription to get medication.  Visit the website to see if your prescription qualifies.

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North Ottawa County Council on Aging

Address #1: 422 Fulton Ave, Grand Haven, MI 49417

Phone #1: (616) 842-9210

Address #2: 198 East St. Coopersville, MI 49404

Phone #2: (616) 997-1786

Website: http://noccoa.org/index.html

The Council provides urgent need medications and free, year-long prescription assistance for eligible seniors age 60+ in northern Ottawa County.  They also assist with Medicaid and Medicare enrollment.

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Ottawa Prescription Discount Card

Website: http://www.miottawa.org/HealthComm/Health/

Free discount cards that are useable at most large chain pharmacies are available.  For more information visit the website or pick up a card at any Ottawa County Health Department office.