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An independent pharmacist uses Generation Rx resources to build a collaborative prevention program in East Tennessee
Generation Rx Grant Program
The Cardinal Health Foundation is committed to supporting prevention programming and medication safety education in large and small communities across the country. The annual Generation Rx Grant Program supports non-profit organizations committed to bringing prescription drug misuse awareness and prevention education to all audiences in their communities. In 2016, we sought proposals supporting promotion and education efforts associated with community medication disposal programs.
Successful proposals achieved the following grant objectives:
- Increased awareness of the disposal program and increase participation of community members in the program.
- Increased awareness of how to prevent prescription medication misuse, and the importance of disposing of unused/expired medications in preventing misuse.
- The involvement of youth and pharmacists or student pharmacists in the disposal program. The more involvement the better and the broader the collaboration, the better.
- Measurement of the impact and outcomes of the disposal program(s), promotion efforts and education efforts. Determine successes, areas for improvement and opportunities (if any) for potentially scaling up and spreading successful programs to other communities.
Thank you to everyone who applied for the 2016 Generation Rx Grant Program; the application is now closed. We received many great proposals and are excited about implementing strategies that reduce prescription drug misuse. Stay tuned for a list of the awarded grantees.
If you would like to receive email communications regarding future Generation Rx grant opportunities, please send your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org, using the email subject header: Generation Rx Grant Program communications.