Medication Assistance Programs are something you must look into, if you don’t have Insurance, and/or you simply can’t afford those expensive Brand Name or Generic Drugs. These programs also go by the names:
Here's why you should check them out... You might be eligible to save a lot of money on your prescriptions, and/or you may qualify for free prescriptions!!! Go into the links below, type in the names of your Prescriptions, then see if you meet any of the qualifications for these Medication Assistance Programs. It's that simple.
Most patient assistance programs are run by pharmaceutical companies to provide free or low cost medications to people who cannot afford to buy their medicine. Other Patient Assistance Programs are State run programs or Government run programs. You will need to meet certain criteria to qualify for each program, such as age, income level, etc. I urge you to look into these programs!!! Especially if you are of limited means, at any time unemployed, a single parent, elderly, or even a husband and wife living on only one salary. You very well may qualify and can save a ton of money on those really expensive medications. Some of the income requirements may not be as low as you're thinking, so it doesn't hurt to look. The majority will show you what's required to qualify right from the jump, before you even fill out a form. Others will have you complete the form, and then tell you if you qualify.
If some of those brand name medications from Novartis, Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline, Sanofi, Johnson and Johnson, Merck, AstraZeneca, Cymbalta and others are too expensive for you, most of them offer Patient Assistance Programs through one of the programs below!
Press the ‘Learn More’ button under ‘Patients,’ then type in the name of your Medication/Drug. Select the specific medication from the list and it will list the eligibility requirements to qualify (income level, etc.) and provide forms and contact information for that program.