Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy donates supplies to FRC

Domestic violence has reached epidemic proportions across the United States. Local resources and services are available to victims of domestic violence through the Family Refuge Center (FRC), a community-based domestic violence project serving Pocahontas, Greenbrier, and Monroe Counties.

“Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy has been a part of this community for 40 years and we are committed to giving back every chance we get,” said Rick Leatherman, R.Ph. “The items donated by the pharmacy will be used in the Family Refuge Center Shelter that houses survivors of domestic violence and their children,” he added. The shelter is a place where survivors can live temporarily while they work with advocates toward the goal of independence and freedom from domestic violence.

Rick Leatherman, R.Ph., managing pharmacist for Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy in Fairlea, presents boxes of toiletries, baby supplies and over-the-counter medications to Rachael Austin, prevention educator with FRC.
Rick Leatherman, R.Ph., managing pharmacist for Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy in Fairlea, presents boxes of toiletries, baby supplies and over-the-counter medications to Rachael Austin, prevention educator with FRC.

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