Cancer Drug Repository Program and Utilization of Unused Prescription Drugs Program

Cancer Drug Repository Program

Public Act 416 of 2006 requires the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (formerly the Department of Community Health) to establish and maintain a Cancer Drug Repository Program that allows an individual to donate a cancer drug or supplies to be used by another individual who meets the eligibility criteria specified in the Public Health Code. As part of the establishment of this program, the Board of Pharmacy, under MCL 333.17780(1) of the Code, established program guidelines, policies and procedures that address the Cancer Drug Repository Program.

Cancer Drug Repository Program Packet

Full Participation Health Facility/Pharmacy - A health facility or pharmacy that participates fully in the program by accepting, storing and dispensing or administering drugs. Below are the approved full participation pharmacies:

Utilization of Unused Prescription Drugs Program

Public Act 383 of 2012 requires the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs to establish and maintain the Utilization of Unused Prescription Drugs Program, which was created to dispense unused or donated prescription drugs, other than controlled substances, to eligible participants and to provide for the destruction and disposal of prescription drugs or other medications that are ineligible for dispensing under the program. As part of the establishment of this program, the Board of Pharmacy is required under MCL 333.17775 of the Public Health Code to establish program guidelines, policies and procedures that address the Utilization of Unused Prescription Drugs Program.

Utilization of Unused Prescription Drugs Program Forms - The following forms are available for downloading: