Store Phone (417) 213-9400 Store Fax (417) 213-9410 1232 Branson Hills Pkwy, Suite 102 Branson, MO 65616
Store Hours: 8:00AM - 5:00PM Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 8:00AM - 12:00PM Fri Closed Sat, Sun
Welcome to My Neighbor’s Charitable Pharmacy! (Neighbor’s Pharmacy for short) We are excited to be able to help our community by offering prescription medications and other pharmacy services to the people who need it most. Conveniently located in Branson, on Branson Hills Parkway, we are able to serve people who live or work in Taney and Stone County. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Neighbor’s Pharmacy is the first (currently the only) Charitable Pharmacy in the state of Missouri. We focus mainly on filling prescriptions for chronic conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, mental health, and chronic breathing problems.

You are eligible to receive medications at Neighbor's Pharmacy if you: 

DO NOT have medicaid

DO NOT have medicare 

DO NOT have health insurance that includes prescription benefits 

Have a household income less than 300% of the Federal Poverty Limit (see below)

Getting Medication at Neighbor's Pharmacy

Before you begin receiving medication assistance at Neighbor's Pharmacy, you will need to bring the following items with you to register:

  1. Driver’s License or Photo ID​
  2. A current bill with address in Stone or Taney County (if you do not live in Stone or Taney County, you must bring a current check stub from an employer in Stone or Taney County)
  3. Prescriptions, print out or receipts for medications
  4. All information about the household income including all statements from all household members showing social security, disability, retirement benefits, or food stamp letter. Pay check stubs or tax return (1099s or W-2s are also accepted.)
  5. Any other document the patient thinks may be relevant to their financial situation.

Once your Registration is complete, we can begin filling your prescriptions. Neighbor's Pharmacy does not charge for medication dispensed to our patients, however, we do charge a monthly MEMBERSHIP fee of $10 per patient. Our staff will let you know when you will be able to pick up your medication. Often medication will be ready the same day, but in some circumstances, there may be extra time required.

​Prescriptions not picked up within 10 days will be returned to stock as other clients may need that medication. We fill your prescriptions on a first-come basis. We cannot hold or reserve medications for you.

Most applicants are approved for a one-year period. In some extreme circumstances, approval may be given for only one month until you can bring in more extensive documentation. When your certification expires, you will need to bring all required financial information and re-register for pharmacy services. You should not wait until the day your certification is due to expire. No new written prescriptions are needed if refills are left on your pharmacy record. Home-bound clients may apply through a relative or designated caregiver. This person should bring a letter from you that gives permission to apply for and/or pick-up medications.