I need someone to get my medicine for me

If you need to stay at home (also known as ‘self isolation’ or ‘shielding’) because of coronavirus, getting your medicine can be hard. This is a list of people you can ask for help with getting your prescription in Brighton & Hove. If you have a friend, family member or neighbour who needs help, you can ask these groups for help on their behalf.

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Together Co

If you need to stay at home, Together Co’s volunteers can collect food, medicine and essential supplies for you if you can’t go out.

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Across the city

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Ageing Well

If you’re over 50, Ageing Well can collect food and supplies for you if you can’t go out.

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Across the city

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

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ACORN

ACORN’s volunteers can collect food, medicine and essential supplies for you if you can’t go out.

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Across the city

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Brighton & Hove Mutual Aid

If you need food right away, your local mutual aid group might help. Mutual aid groups are neighbours who help each other out on WhatsApp or Facebook. Join the Brighton and Hove mutual aid Facebook group, or the one for your area and ask for help.

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Across the city

Opening hours:

Emergency phone number available 9am to 9pm

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NHS Volunteer Responders

NHS Volunteer Responders can help you by picking up shopping and other essentials, or calling you for a friendly chat. Just call to ask for help.

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Across the city

Opening hours:

8am to 8pm

Online pharmacies

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Pharmacy2U

Pharmacy2U is an online pharmacy that can deliver your medication to you for free.

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Across the city

Opening hours:

  • Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
  • Saturday, 8:30am  to 1pm (emergency calls only)