Medical Prescription Program

Medical Prescription Program

If you have prescriptions that your insurance doesn’t cover, or if you don’t have prescription health coverage, the Community Services Agency Medical Prescription Program can help.

Eligible households can receive up to $1000 once per program year.

Prescription must be new or refillable and non-narcotic. Call us if you have any questions or want more information.

To Qualify

This program is for Memphis and Shelby County residents whose monthly income falls at 200% at or below the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines and have prescription medication that is not covered by insurance.

To Apply

You will need:

  • State Issued ID
  • Social Security Cards for all household members
  • Income information for household (i.e. check stubs, award letter)
  • Written Prescription from doctor or refillable bottles


To Apply Online Click Here


To Print the Application and Apply by Mail Click Here

Click here download application form


Variety of Non-Proprietary Medicine Bottles and Large Pills on Reflective Surface With Grey Background.

Contact Information  

  1188 Minna Pl
  Memphis, TN 38104


Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Eligible Pharmacies

Madison Pharmacy
1350 Concourse Ave. #111
Memphis, TN 38104

The Medicine Shoppe
4770 Knight Arnold Rd
Memphis, TN 38118




200% Federal Poverty Guidelines

People in HouseholdAnnual IncomeMonthly Income
01 $25,760.00 $25,760.00
02 $34,840.00 $2,903.33
03 $43,920.00 $3,660.00
04 $53,000.00 $4,416.67
05 $62,080.00 $5,173.33
06 $5,173.33 $5,930.00
07 $5,930.00 $6,686.67
08 $6,686.67 $6,686.67
For Each Additional Person Add: $9,080.00 $ 756.67

Shelby County Community Services Agency

Rent/Family Support/Prescription/ Utility Assistance:
1188 Minna Pl.
Memphis TN 38104


Utility Assistance
3772 South Hickory Ridge Mall #516
Memphis, TN 38115

Office will relocate to 1188 Minna on June 18, 2021

The Community Services Agency strives to empower its customers to not only improve their lives through economic security and stability, but also their communities by planting seeds of change as we move toward a brighter future.