Provides a detailed listing of free and low cost prescriptions, including local pharmacy programs, discount cards and more.
This website provides a lot of information about prescription resources, including discount drug cards, government programs, low cost clinics, patient assistance programs, disease-based prescription help and programs for children.
PO Box 219, Gloucester, Massachusetts 01931
Helpline: (800) 503-6897
Provides a free discount program for the costs prescription drugs for individuals and families. They share a listing of prescription drugs, participating pharmacies and mail-order pharmacies and compares pharmacy prices. An additional discount is available to income-eligible Ohioans as well as people over age 60. Free discount cards can be found at various locations throughout Ohio or printed directly from the website.
P.O. Box 408, Twinsburg, Ohio 44087
PPA is America’s pharmaceutical companies working together with the health care community to help people who don’t have prescription coverage and can’t afford their medicines. Go online to learn about prescription medications that are free or low-cost and a list of participating pharmacies. They also provide information about savings cards, HIV/AIDS programs, diabetes supplies, service animals, Medicaid and patient assistance programs.
This program assist financially and medically qualified patients, including those insured through federally administered health plans such as Medicare, for co-payments, co-insurance and deductibles required by their health insurance plan for pharmaceutical treatments, medications prescribed to treat or manage their condition. Pharmacists, physicians and the patients can inquire and apply on behalf of the patient. Eligibility is based on patient’s income and medical condition.
421 Butler Farm Road, Hampton, Virginia 23666
RxAssist is a nationally recognized, web-based medication assistance resource center. Individuals can go online and search for specific medications to see what financial help is offered for that medication. They also have a comprehensive online directory of national patient assistance programs.
Frequently Asked Questions: www.rxassist.org/faqs
Directory of Patient Assistance Programs: www.rxassist.org/pap-info
A website that guides patients in affording medications, through patient assistance programs. They can determine if you are eligible for patient assistance and then help you with the online application process.
A free nationwide program that offers discounted brand name and generic medications. Apply online or by calling the toll-free hotline. There is no enrollment fee. Medications covered can be checked online.
3796 Howell Branch Road, Winter Park, Florida 32792
Toll-Free Hotline: (866) 699-8239