There are a few options that might work out:
1) Telehealth (phone or virtual) visit. There may be some companies that can provide telehealth visits for a flat rate. KHealth, for example, sets up a text chat with a doctor ($19) who can discuss problems and refill medicines. While I do not find this to be a great solution for your total care, it would be reasonable to get refills. Search your online options.
2) Free clinics or federally qualified health centers (FQHC). They often have a built-in pharmacy (340B pharmacy). An FQHC clinic with a 340B pharmacy will likely have sliding scale exam fees and special prices on medicine. This would be a good option for general care. You can use this link to find a free clinic near you.
3) You can get advice from AAFA's virtual insurance assistant on AAFA's Facebook page
4) Health insurance options