Medication and Prescription Assistance

NOTE: This list may not be comprehensive; sites and URLs are subject to change. Information on these sites should not replace the medical advice from your health care provider. Please contact your provider for advice about your specific medical condition.

Page updated 4/1/2013

Access 2 Wellness – Johnson & Johnson

American Diabetes Association – Prescription Assistance

Community Assistance Program
Prescription Drug Discount Card
Frequently Asked Questions
Save an average of 15 percent on brand-name drugs and 55 percent on generics.

Managed Rx Plans – 800-799-8765
Co-pay assistance program and cost free prescriptions; most insurance plans are accepted as full payment. Participants are responsible to cover only their policy deductible. There are no hidden costs for membership, billing, or financing. There is NO income verification or other special requirements except for a valid major medical insurance plan. They do not accept Medicare or Medicaid.

Medicare Rx Extra Help Application – Benefits

NeedyMeds Drug Discount Card
Saves you up to 80 percent or more off the cost of prescription medicines and over-the-counter drugs. The card may be used by those without insurance and by those who decide not to use their insurance – for example if the drug is not covered under their plan, the copay or deductible is high, or the cap has been reached.

Novartis – Support for Uninsured Patients
If you have a financial hardship and no prescription drug coverage, then you may be eligible to receive your Novartis medicines for free. For U.S. residents only, must meet income criteria, and must not have private or public prescription coverage.

Pfizer – Helpful Answers

Fioricet Prescription Hope

Rx Assist

SelectCare Benefits Network


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