How to Apply to Free
Prescription Drug Programs
I have information for anyone that needs help
with purchasing their prescriptions.
There are places to get your medications
"free", yes free. Some of these places you have to
qualify (income), and some you do NOT.
If you need help please check out the following
URL'S. Help is available.
- http://www.freemedicinefoundation.com - Free Medicine Foundation. A volunteer-based
orgainzation that will assist you in applying for free
drug programs. PO Box 125, Doniphan, MO 63935. Phone
- http://www.needymeds.com/ - Needy Meds. A website containing information
on patient assistance programs. Includes Medicaid links,
related news items and federal poverty guidelines.
- http://www.freemedicineprogram.com - Free Medicine Program. Helps you cut through
the red tape of applying for enrollment in patient
assistance programs. PO Box 630217, Miami, FL 33163-0217.
- http://www.rxhope.com - RxHope. An online resource to research
patient assistance programs for more than 1,000
medications. Sponsored by PhRMA, the drug industry
association, it is helpful, but not comprehensive. This
site allows you to complete an online application and is
free and relatively simple to use. PO Box 4008, Clinton,
NJ 08809. Phone 908-713-7600
- http://www.helpingpatients.org - Helping Patients. An interactive website
sponsored by PhRMA and 48 of its member companies to help
patients and health providers find patient assistance
- http://www.benefitscheckup.org - BenefitsCheckUp. A service of the National
Council on the Aging. Provides people who are 55 or older
with a confidential, personalized report of public and
private programs that offer free or low-cost prescription
drugs, health care, utilities and other essential
- http://www.nami.org/update/freemed.htm - NAMI. Website that provides lists of free or
low-cost medications provided by pharmaceutical companies
as well as general contact information for major
- http://www.hope4ever.hypermart.net/FREEMEDS.html - H.O.P.E. Support Pages. Personal website that
includes a page on how free drug programs work and a
contact list of drug manufacturers.
- http://www.medicare.gov/AssistancePrograms - Medicare. Fill out a confidential online
questionnaire that determines your eligibility for
government programs. Based on information you enter, the
site searches for programs in your state or assistance
programs for a certain medication.
talk to your physician about the drugs listed in the directories.
go through him/her.
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