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RAMP (Recycled AIDS Medicine Program) Drop-off Location (Spahr Center) - Corte Madera - Spahr Center

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RAMP (Recycled AIDS Medicine Program) Drop-off Location (Spahr Center)

Spahr Center 150 Nellen Ave, Corte Madera, California 94925

M, W, F 9-5
Tu, Th 9-7
Leave Meds for Andy

RAMP, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, gathers and delivers unused HIV medicines at no cost to organizations overseas. View a list of HIV medications. Medications are not tax deductible, but please consider a tax deductible financial donation. Please email if you have additional questions.

Item Notes Method Destination
Medications AIDS Medications. We accept both opened and sealed bottles.‚Äč Mark-out the patient name, address, and doctor information. Do not remove the medication name, strength, or expiration. We do not accept narcotics, sleeping medications, or tranquilizers.
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