YOU have the power to save the Drug Repository Program, which is in jeopardy of closing Jan. 1, 2010. (The Drug Repository is the program that accepts donated medications
font-family:Helvetica"> nursing homes and companies that package medicines for nursing homes. Then the Drug Repository dispenses the medications to patients who truly lack the money to afford their medications.) This means medications that are now available for $7.40 per drug will no longer be available. But you have the power to save the Drug Repository Program from closing. How? By writing three letters.
text-autospace:none">Another letter needs to be sent to: Helvetica"> none;mso-layout-grid-align:none;text-autospace:none"> 16.0pt;font-family:Symbol">· TimesNewRomanPSMT"> William Winsley, executive director, Ohio Board of Pharmacy, at color:#0022F8">firstname.lastname@example.org 15.0pt;font-family:Helvetica"> and cc: to email@example.com In this letter, request that the Board members of the Ohio Board of Pharmacy save the Drug Repository Program in Sandusky, Ohio by approving the filing of an emergency rule at its Dec. 7 meeting that would exempt Drug Repository Programs from having to reduce its dispensing fees to $3.60/drug. font-family:Helvetica">
text-autospace:none">There are 76,000 residents in Erie County. Of those, 16,000 are people age 60 and older. Imagine the power that 30,000 letters/e-mails besieging the Governor’s office and the Ohio Board of Pharmacy could have on the decisions taking place between Dec. 7, 2009 and Jan. 1, 2010. Please take the time to exert your influence by writing a “Save the Drug Repository” letter. Ultimately it is YOU who has the power to save the Drug Repository Program that is producing social good and huge social benefits in Sandusky, Ohio. font-family:Helvetica"> text-autospace:none">