-By Amy Peetluk, CJFS Assistant Care Manager
Local Pharmacies Are Delivering Prescriptions and Other Toiletries
Older adults and those with underlying health conditions have been advised to stay indoors due to the novel coronavirus -- but what if you need to pick up a prescription? A number of Birmingham-area pharmacies are delivering prescriptions and toiletries (when in stock) at no extra charge.
Here is a sampling, if you do not see your pharmacy, call them directly to see if they offer a free delivery service during this time:
Harbins Pharmacy: 205-871-2196 (Church Street) or 205-323-2474 (Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd)
Cahaba Pharmacy: 205-977-9299 (3135 Cahaba Heights Road)
Crestline Pharmacy: 205-871-0317 (60 Church Street)
Eastwood Pharmacy: 205-900-7200 (4500 Montevallo Road, #103)
Liberty Pharmacy: 205-977-9290 (735 Corporate Woods Drive, Ste 101 in Liberty Park)
NOTE: CVS Pharmacies will mail your prescription(s) and everyday essentials to you at no cost. CLICK HERE to learn more or call your local CVS.
For the safety of our staff, clients and the community as a whole, CJFS has suspended all face-to-face services. However our proessional staff is working remotely and our phone system enables us to respond to you quickly during business hours. Call us at 205.879.3438 if you need supportive counseling, at no cost to you, to help manage the stress and anxiety we are all feeling in this uncertain time. We also offer assistance for older adults and vunerable populations for needs such as food and medication. We are here for you!