Donated Drug Repository Program

The Donated Drug Repository Program is intended to encourage the donation of unused drugs to healthcare facilities and professionals in the private sector for the purpose of dispensing them to needy individuals. 

The Department of Public Health does not accept or dispense donated drugs.  That is done entirely by healthcare facilities and professionals who participate in the program.  The role of the Department is to establish regulations to be followed for those who wish to participate.  Those regulations can be found Download this pdf file. here .

Who can donate drugs to the program?  

Anyone can donate drugs to the program! 

What kind of drugs may be donated?

Both prescription and over-the-counter drugs are eligible to be donated, so long as they are in unopened tamper-evidence packaging and will not expire before the date they are likely to be dispensed to a new patient.

Certain drugs, however, may not be accepted under any circumstances.  Those are: 

  • controlled substances;
  • drugs that appear to have been adulterated; and
  • drugs subject to a federal FDA managed risk evaluation and management strategy pursuant to 21 U.S.C. Section 355-1 if inventory transfer is prohibited.

Who is eligible to take in donated drugs?

Any pharmacy, hospital, drug wholesaler, reverse distributor, federally qualified health center, non-profit clinic, healthcare facility, entity participating in a drug donation or repository program pursuant to the law of another state, or healthcare professional who is otherwise legally authorized to possess drugs, may participate in the Donated Drug Repository Program simply by giving written notice to the Georgia Department of Public Health, Office of Pharmacy, 9th Floor, 2 Peachtree Street N.W., Atlanta, Georgia, 30303. 

Current list of all entities that are authorized to participate in the Donated Drug Repository Program.

Good Pill Pharmacy
1780 Corporate Dr., Suite 420
Norcross, GA  30093 | (888) 987-5187 |

Authorized Entities with Specifying Participation

Alliance Community Pharmacy (Antiretroviral medications only)
1529 Piedmont Ave NE, Ste C
Atlanta, GA 30324
Phone: 404-461-9105 or 1-855-602-7994

Clay County Medical Center (Only serving patients of Clay County Medical Center. Donations coordinated by SIRUM -
P.O. Box 281, 305 Washington Street South
Fort Gaines, Georgia 39851

Coweta Samaritan Clinic (Only serving patients of Coweta Samaritan Clinic. Donations coordinated by SIRUM -
137 Jackson Street
Newnan, Georgia 30263

Crossroads Pharmacy (Only serving patients of Grace Gate Clinic)
4654 Hwy 115 Unit 1
Demorest, GA 30535
Phone: 706-839-7000

Fayette Care Clinic (Only serving patients of Fayette Care Clinic. Donations coordinated by SIRUM -
1260 Highway 54 W.
Fayetteville, Georgia 30214

Georgia HOPE (Only serving patients of Georgia HOPE. Donations coordinated by SIRUM -
1414 Dug Gap Road
Dalton, Georgia 30720

Grant Park Family Health Center (Only serving patients of Grant Park Family Health Center. Donations coordinated by SIRUM -
1340 Boulevard SE
Atlanta, Georgia 30315

Med Care of Adairsville (Only serving patients of Med Care of Adairsville. Donations coordinated by SIRUM -
14 A legacy Way
Adairsville, Georgia 30103

Migrant Farmworkers Clinic, Inc (Only serving patients of Migrant Farmworkers Clinic, Inc. Donations coordinated by SIRUM -
LAKE PARK, Georgia 31636

PIHC Pharmacy (Antiretroviral medications only)
523 Church Street, STE B
Decatur, GA 30030

PIHC Pharmacy (Antiretroviral medications only)
3350 Breckinridge Boulevard, STE 200A
Duluth, GA 30096

Rapha Clinic of West GA (Only serving patients of Rapha Clinic of West GA. Donations coordinated by SIRUM -
253 Hwy 78 East
Temple, Georgia 30179

Samaritan Clinic (Only serving patients of Samaritan Clinic. Donations coordinated by SIRUM -
802 N. Jefferson Street
Albany, Georgia 31701

Reverse Distributor Participants

Charitable Returns
1780 Corporate Dr., Suite 420
Norcross, GA  30093


What individuals are eligible to receive donated drugs? 

The Donated Drug Repository Program is intended to assist indigent persons; that is, individuals who have no health insurance, or have insurance that does not fully cover the prescription drugs they need, or are enrolled in a public assistance health benefits program.  

Page last updated 03/10/2021