REQUEST PRESCRIPTION REFILL
Call (303) 293-6516
Or order through patient website.
*Allow 24-48 hours to process refill request.*
Monday: 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
Tuesday: 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
Wednesday: 9:30 am – 7:00 pm
Thursday: 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
Friday: 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
Stout Street Health Center
Full Pharmacy Services
2130 Stout Street
Denver, CO 80205
We believe that pharmacy services are essential to the integrated health model. Pharmacy services are available to all patients receiving services within Colorado Coalition for the Homeless. We provide full-service pharmacy at Stout Street Health Center, while West End Health Center has a dispensing outlet where patients can pick up prescriptions that are filled at Stout Street Health Center.
We are here to help you with the following:
- Get the medicines you need in a timely way
- New prescriptions are filled on the same day as you are seen by your provider
- Refills ready for pick up within 24-48 hours
- Work directly with your providers to make sure you receive the right medications you need
- Help you understand your medicines with their interactions and side effects
We also provide medication management and pillbox services to help you organize your medications. Our pharmacists can give out flu shots as well.
We provide pharmacy services in either English or Spanish. We also accept Medicaid and Medicare Part D plans. Our pharmacy provides both prescription and over-the-counter medications to our patients. However, we do not stock any narcotic drugs. If prescribed, those prescriptions need to be filled at a commercial pharmacy.
You can save time and refill your prescriptions by using either the patient portal or calling the telephone refill line: (303) 293-6516. We require 24-48 hours to process refill request. This allows us to check your insurance, or make request and receive refill approvals from your provider.
Our pharmacy team consists of pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and PharmD interns from the University of Colorado and Regis University. Our team fills an average of 625 prescriptions a day. In 2022, we filled over 150,000 prescriptions. We are here for you!
What to Bring
Patients do not need to bring anything with them when coming to the pharmacy.
What should I expect from a visit to the Pharmacy?
For new prescriptions and refill requests, patients should first go to the check-in window and provide their name to the pharmacy technician. The pharmacy technician would make sure that we receive their prescriptions electronically from the provider or that there are refills on their medications. Typically our wait times are anywhere from 20 to 45 minutes, depending on the number of prescriptions.
Once the prescriptions are ready, the patient's last name would display on our TV screen in the waiting room. Patients can then go to the pick-up window to retrieve their medications. This is also where patients are offered counseling should they have additional questions about their medications.