Hope Dispensary of Greater Bridgeport
Leading provider of pharmaceuticals to uninsured
Founded in 2003, the National Dispensary of Hope is a leading provider of pharmaceuticals to uninsured patients through a growing network of dispensing sites across the country sustained by local partnerships. The Dispensary has collected and distributed tens of millions of dollars worth of pharmaceuticals and filled more than 200,000 prescriptions for patients who otherwise couldn’t afford them. The Hope Dispensary of Greater Bridgeport is dedicated to serving low income and uninsured individuals in the Bridgeport Community. Our team is also bilingual in languages such and English, Spanish, and Portuguese
Please visit dispensaryofhope.org for more information.
Location and Hours
The Dispensary of Hope Bridgeport is located within the Bridgeport Health Department.
Hours of Operation:
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Closed for lunch 12:30 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Closed on holidays and during snow storms.
Physicians, we need your help
The Hope Dispensary of Greater Bridgeport needs continual support from local physicians who can donate excess, unexpired medications. Medications such inhalers and insulin are in especially high demand. For details and information about what can be donated, please contact Angela Faulhaber at Angela.Faulhaber@ascension.org or call (203) 332-5653.
DISPOSAL/DONATION OF UNUSED MEDICATION FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC
People often ask if they can donate their unused medication. The state of Connecticut does NOT allow for donations - but some states do accept donated medications from out of state. To be eligible, the medication must be:
- Not expired
- Non-opened/sealed container (see links below for additional details)
Two examples of states that do allow for donations are:
Here are some other helpful links for properly disposing of your unused medication:
- DEA National Rx Take Back Days (twice a year)
- CT Medication Disposal Sites (year-round)
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