Prescription Drug Assistance Programs
The following links offer information about, or assistance with, prescription drug assistance programs that, for a small processing fee, provide free or nearly free medications to low-income individuals and families. Please be sure to read all the requirements and qualifications. These links are provided as information only. Advocacy Unlimited, Inc. does not guarantee or endorse these organizations, and assumes no responsibility for the use or application of any posted information in these links.*
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- Partnership for Prescription Assistance - The Partnership for Prescription Assistance brings together America's pharmaceutical companies, doctors, other health care providers, patient advocacy organizations and community groups to help qualifying patients who lack prescription coverage get the medicines they need through the public or private program that's right for them. Many will get them free or nearly free.
- Getting Help Paying for Medications - Helpful resources and a directory of assistance programs and pharmaceutical companies offering offer payment assistance (from the NAMI website).
- The Medicine Program - The Medicine Program is a patient advocacy organization helping individuals and families all across America get access to up to 2,500 prescription medications available today for free or nearly free of charge through Patient Assistance Programs.
- Free Medicine Program - Our mission at the Free Medicine Program is helping patients in obtaining prescription drugs and medications absolutely free of charge.
- RxAssist - The Web's most current and comprehensive directory of Patient Assistance Programs.
- SCBN - SelectCare Benefits Network (SCBN) is a Patient Advocate organization for Uninsured or Under Insured Americans who cannot afford their prescribed medications. Be sue to read the FAQ's. Visit them online or call toll-free 1-888-331-1002
From the Connecticut Prescription Drug Abuse Task Force:
Information to Help Reduce the Misuse and Abuse of Prescription Drugs (.pdf document, opens in a new browser window)
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