August 8, 2018

Hartford nonprofit launches mobile pharmacy

PHOTO | CRT
PHOTO | CRT
CRT offers free HIV testing services here in Hartford, and now is providing a free Pharmacy program for people living with HIV that includes private, home delivery of prescription medications.

Hartford support nonprofit Community Renewal Team (CRT) says it has partnered with a New York-based pharmacy to provide a free mobile pharmacy service to people who are HIV positive.

CRT says patients will receive free prescribed medications at their home, which includes no co-pay. Those enrolled may also receive free vitamins, toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo and conditioner, among other healthcare products.

Prospective patients are required to seek a clinician or CRT case manager to enroll in the free program. To qualify, individuals must be HIV positive and have either Medicare or private health insurance, and must meet low-income requirements. The program does not serve Husky patients.

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