Updated: 3/27/2013 10:40 pm
If you can't afford food, you probably can't afford medicine but you might be in luck thanks to one local partnership. The Victoria County United Way and "The Family Size Community Service Partnership" have teamed-up to make prescriptions more affordable for those without insurance or for those who have insurance that doesn't cover their medicine. Last year, the organization helped roughly one-thousand people here in the crossroads save a total of $72-thousand dollars. To receive the discount individuals have to sign up for a prescription card via the united way website. On average the saving is about 40%. The partnership was established back in 2005 and has helped over five-million people save over $450 million in medication nationally. For more information visit http://www.unitedwayvictoria.org/
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