Prescription Drug Assistance

BenefitsCheckUp

Phone: 1.202.479.1200

Website: www.benefitscheckup.org

BenefitsCheckUp is a free service of the National Council on Aging (NCOA).  BenefitsCheckUp asks a series of questions online to help identify benefits that could save a client money and cover the costs of everyday expenses.  The types of expenses that a client may receive help with are medications, food, utilities, legal, health care, housing, in-home services, taxes, transportation, and employment training.

 

NeedyMeds

Phone: 1.800.503.6897

Website: www.needymeds.org

NeedyMeds’ mission is to be the best source of accurate, comprehensive, and up-to-date information on programs that help people facing problems paying for medications and health care; to assist those in need to apply to programs; and to provide health-related education using innovative methods.  The website provides links to coupons and applications for all the pharmaceutical company assistance programs.

 

Partnership For Prescription Assistance

Website: www.pparx.org

The Partnership For Prescription Assistance helps qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get the medicines they need for free or nearly free.

 

RxAssist

Website: www.rxassist.org

RxAssist can help you learn about ways to use pharmaceutical company programs and other resources to help reduce your medication costs.

 

Rx Outreach

Phone: 1.800.769.3880

Website: www.rxoutreach.org

Rx Outreach is a non-profit organization that provides affordable medications for people in need through its mail order pharmacy.

 

RxHope

Website: www.rxhope.com

RxHope can help you obtain free or low-cost medications.  RxHope guides patients through the assistance process and connects you with healthcare providers and pharmaceutical companies.

 

Xubex Affordable Quality Care

Phone: 1.866.699.8239

Fax: 1.407.671.7960

Website: www.xubex.com

Xubex’s services include a patient assistance program for generic medications, a discount drug program, a free one-month supply of selected medications, and a co-pay assistance program.