Medication Center Resources

At the medication center

  • There is a large supply of medication.
  • There is no charge.
  • Staff will assist you.
  • The process is simple.
  • No identification is required.

Do not come to the medication center if you are ill.
These centers are designed to dispense medication only.

Medication centers and vaccination centers are opened during a public health emergency to dispense medicine to treat the effects of an illness or to vaccinate people to prevent them from contracting a communicable disease.

Many people will move through the centers and the planning you do will help move people through more quickly and efficiently. Signs and prepared materials can direct people through the process inside the center, help people find things like bathrooms or exits and answer questions they may have while in the center.

Planning will help save crucial time during an emergency.

Tools for emergency medication or vaccination centers

The resources on these pages are intended for public health and emergency preparedness professionals. Please feel free to use these resources as a guideline and modify them, as necessary, to meet your organization's needs.

Members of the public are invited to visit our general information pages for personal preparedness resources and information.