|My Healthy Hometown Prescription Discount Program||Department: City Council|
The City of Stockton is now participating in the My Healthy Hometown Prescription Discount Program which allows everyone in the Stockton community an opportunity to save money with discounts on everyday prescription medicine costs. The program is sponsored by the National League of Cities (NLC) and available to the Stockton community through the City’s membership in the League of California Cities (LCC).
My Healthy Hometown Prescription Discount Program is free to anyone who lives in Stockton. Showing a My Healthy Hometown Prescription Discount Card at any of the 45 participating Stockton pharmacies saves an average of 24% off the retail price of prescription medicine. Savings may vary by drug and by pharmacy. There are no annual limits placed on use, no forms to fill out, no waiting periods, no age or income requirements, and no medical condition restrictions.
Free My Healthy Hometown Prescription Discount Cards are available at City Hall and locations around the community, including City of Stockton Community Centers and Libraries. A list of participating pharmacies is available online at www.nlc.org/resident-discount or by calling toll-free 1-888-620-1749.
For more information and links to printable cards, please see the Full News Release.