1 in 4

adult Americans can't afford the
medication they need.

Yet

$10 billion

worth of perfectly good
medication is destroyed or sent to
landfills each year.

1

You buy a Betr Remedies product

2

A portion of that sale is used to fund the donation of unused medication to a charitable pharmacy

3

The charitable pharmacy distributes the medication to someone who needs it but can't afford it

Charitable Expertise

St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy director Russell “Rusty” Curington helps distribute free life-saving prescription drugs to neighbors who need it most in Southwest Ohio. Beyond being pharmacies with no cash registers, they offer holistic medical counseling, food insecurity screenings, and healthy cooking lessons to foster healing.

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Our Goal

By the year 2025, our goal is to donate 25 million prescriptions to save over $1 billion for patients in underserved communities.

Medication Access in the US⁠—It Impacts Us All
Health

Medication Access in the US⁠—It Impacts Us All

Medications can help improve the quality and duration of our lives, but not taking it can be deadly and causes implications far beyond the health of one person.

Doing Your Part In Reducing Pharmaceutical Waste
Health, Sustainability

Doing Your Part In Reducing Pharmaceutical Waste

Each year as we celebrate Earth Daywe collectively turn our thoughts towards our impact on the environment and what we can actively be doing to reduce itYou’ve probably thought of the usual things: plant trees, clean beaches, donate to organizations that provide resources to endangered animals, etc. and these are all great steps toward an environmentally healthy future. 

Why 50 Million People Can't Afford the Medicine They Need
Health

Why 50 Million People Can't Afford the Medicine They Need

The average American spends more than $1,200 each year on drugs prescribed by their doctors. Whether you or a loved one has a chronic condition such as diabetes, or has undergone treatment for a major illness such as cancer, you’ve probably been confronted with the astronomically high cost of medicine.