At CVS Caremark, getting involved and giving back is one of our core beliefs, especially in the communities that we serve. Whether through disaster relief in the wake of a severe storm, through financial support provided to local charities, such as food pantries and homeless shelters, or through programs that help seniors learn the best ways to manage their medications, we are committed to helping our customers and partners on their path to better health.
When natural disasters strike, CVS Caremark is committed to helping communities cope with the devastation and ease the suffering of the people hardest hit. We work with first responders to provide disaster relief through financial support and product donations, like ice, water and other supplies. In other instances, we have brought in mobile pharmacy trailers to ensure that residents continue to have access to their medications.
As people age, it often becomes more and more difficult to manage the medications needed to keep them healthy. CVS/pharmacy offers several programs that provide free health information geared to our older customers. Focused on educating seniors about expired medications, medication adherence and drug interaction, these in-store and community events offer education and support to help them stay healthy.