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Melbourne, Florida

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We have listed all of the prescription assistance programs that we have located in Melbourne, Florida below. Many are government and non profit program locations. Hopefully they can assist you in your search for help. If you know of any programs in Melbourne that we do not have listed, please contribute by Adding a New Listing Here.

This is not a discount card program or a paid service. It is a user-contributed database of local government or non-profit agencies that provide people with medical needs drug assistance of different types.

Browning's Medical Equipment

Browning's Medical Equipment

141 East Hibiscus Boulevard
Melbourne, FL - 32901
(321) 725-6320

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Brownings is a pharmacy & health care center that offers sales, rentals & repairs on wide variety of medical equipment including all types ofhome oxygen systems, wheelchairs (lightweight, specialty & electric), mobility products & seating, power operated 3 and 4 wheel scooters, custom orthotics, CPAP/BiPAP APNEA monitors, ostomy & incontinent supplies, enternal feeding systems, home IV therap

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Project Response AIDS Center, Melbourne

Project Response AIDS Center, Melbourne

745 S Apollo Blvd
Melbourne, FL - 32901
(321) 724-1177

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Project Response AIDS Center provides rapid confidential HIV testing, case management services (Ryan White, PAC and HOPWA), a food pantry and transportation for HIV+ clients, plus education and prevention programs. Case management also offers referrals to medical and dental services, AICP (insurance continuation), pharmacy, housing assistance, entitlement programs and legal services.

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Unconditional Love, Comprehensive Health Care

Unconditional Love, Comprehensive Health
Care

1495 N Harbor City Blvd
Melbourne, FL - 32935
(321) 253-0846

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Unconditional Love, Comprehensive Health Care, provides: 1) early/intervention/primary care HIV disease management; 2) mental health and adherence counseling, case management, transportation, HOPWA housing assistance and emergency financial assistance; 3) outreach to minority communities at risk for HIV disease, AIDS education, confidential HIV testing and counseling. The agency is funded in

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