Prescription Assistance

While each prescription assistance program varies depending on requirements, applications, forms, income level or medication needed, this section will provide you with information about the many different private and public programs available to you. Once you find a program that best suites you, the database of the programs will link each individual with the correct application or form needed to complete the process. After qualifying for your selection, you may begin to save on your medications.

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Abbott

Alabama

  • Alabama AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    This program helps people buy their HIV medicines. ADAP is a federally funded program through Ryan White Part B funding, and must assure that funds are used as payer of last resort. If you are eligible for Medicaid or Medicare drug benefits you are considered ineligible for enrollment in ADAP.

  • Alabama Child Caring Program

    Thousands of Alabama children still do not receive the healthcare they need because their parents cannot afford medical insurance. These working parents earn too much money to qualify for government-assisted medical care, yet not enough to pay for medical coverage. The Caring Program makes it possible for parents to continue to work and gives them peace of mind of knowing that their children's healthcare needs will be met.

  • Alabama SeniorRx
  • Alabama State Health Insurance (SHIP)
  • ALL Kids (Fee)

    ALL Kids is a low-cost, comprehensive healthcare coverage program for children under age 19. Benefits include well child check-ups and immunizations, sick child doctor visits, prescriptions, vision and dental care, hospitalization, mental health and substance abuse services, and much more. ALL Kids uses Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama to provide medical and mental health and substance abuse services through their preferred provider network.

  • ALL Kids (Low Fee)

    ALL Kids is a low-cost, comprehensive healthcare coverage program for children under age 19. Benefits include well child check-ups and immunizations, sick child doctor visits, prescriptions, vision and dental care, hospitalization, mental health and substance abuse services, and much more. ALL Kids uses Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama to provide medical and mental health and substance abuse services through their preferred provider network.

  • Medicaid for Low Income Families

    Medicaid is a state/federal program that pays for medical and long-term care services for low-income pregnant women, children, certain people on Medicare, disabled individuals and nursing home residents. These individuals must meet certain income and other requirements.

  • SOBRA Medicaid (ages 6-18)

    SOBRA Medicaid is a health care coverage program that helps pay medical bills. SOBRA Medicaid is for children and teens under age 19 and pregnant women

  • SOBRA Medicaid (under 6 years old)

    SOBRA Medicaid is a health care coverage program that helps pay medical bills. SOBRA Medicaid is for children and teens under age 19 and pregnant women.

Alaska

  • Alaska AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) provides FDA approved HIV-related prescription drugs to underinsured and uninsured individuals living with HIV/AIDS.

  • Chronic and Acute Medical Assistance (CAMA)

    The Chronic & Acute Medical Assistance (CAMA) program is a state funded program designed to help needy Alaskans who have specific illnesses get the medical care they need to manage those illnesses. It is a program primarily for people age 21 through 64 who do not qualify for Medicaid benefits, have very little income, and have inadequate or no health insurance.

  • Denali Kidcare

    Denali KidCare is a State of Alaska program to ensure that children and teens of both working and non-working families can have the health insurance they need. Denali KidCare provides excellent health insurance coverage for children and teens through age 18, and for pregnant women who meet income guidelines.

  • Medicaid

    Medicaid is an "entitlement program" created by the federal government, but administered by the state, to provide payment for medical services for low-income citizens. People qualify for Medicaid by meeting federal income and asset standards and by fitting into a specified eligibility. Under federal rules, DHSS has authority to limit services as long as the services provided are adequate in "amount, duration, and scope" to satisfy the recipient's medical needs.

Alcon Labs

Allergan

American Regent Labo

Amgen

Amylin Pharmaceutica

Arch Foundation

Arizona

  • AHCCCS Health Insurance

    AHCCCS offers health insurance who meet income and eligibility requirements. For those who qualify, there are no monthly premiums.

  • Arizona AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) is responsible for the administration of ADAP for the state of Arizona. ADAP provides access to medications used to treat HIV and prevent the onset of related opportunistic infections to low-income individuals with HIV disease who have limited or no coverage from private insurance or Medicaid.

  • Arizona State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP)
  • Baby Arizona

    Baby Arizona is a simple, faster way for pregnant women to start getting health care before the application process for AHCCCS health insurance is complete.

  • KidsCare

    KidsCare is affordable health insurance for children 18 years old or younger. KidsCare is provided by the State of Arizona and is administered by the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS). All members of KidsCare (except Native Americans) must pay a monthly premium. KidsCare will cost no more than $25 a month for one child or no more than $35 a month for multiple children.

Arkansas

Astellas Pharma US I

AstraZeneca

Aventis Oncology

Aventis Pharmaceutic

Axcan Pharma, Inc.

  • ASSIST Program

    The ASSIST ProgramSM, from Axcan PharmaTM, helps meet the needs of low income patients who lack insurance coverage. This program allows for a recurring 30-day supply of CANASA®, VIOKASE® 8, VIOKASE® 16, or ULTRASE® MT up to a period of 360 days.

  • CareFirst for CF
  • Comprehensive Care Program for CF

Baxter Healthcare

Baxter Pharmaceutica

Bayer HealthCare Pha

Bertek Pharmaceutica

Biogen Idec

Biovail Pharmaceutic

Blaine Company

Boehringer Ingelheim

  • Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program

    The Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program makes Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., products available to patients who are without pharmaceutical insurance coverage, and who meet certain household income levels. The program is geared toward helping provide medications to those who need it most, including senior citizens and families living on limited incomes.

  • Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program - Pradaxa and Tradjenta

    The Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program makes Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., products available to patients who are without pharmaceutical insurance coverage, and who meet certain household income levels. The program is geared toward helping provide medications to those who need it most, including senior citizens and families living on limited incomes.

  • Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program for Medicare Beneficiaries

    The Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program for Medicare Beneficiaries makes Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., products available to patients enrolled in Medicare. Patients with Medicare who need help paying for their Boehringer Ingelheim medication, and who meet certain household income levels, may qualify for assistance.

  • Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program for Medicare Beneficiaries - Pradaxa-Tradjenta

    The Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program for Medicare Beneficiaries makes Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., products available to patients enrolled in Medicare. Patients with Medicare who need help paying for their Boehringer Ingelheim medication, and who meet certain household income levels, may qualify for assistance.

  • Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program for Medicare Beneficiaries - Virology Program

    The Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program for Medicare Beneficiaries makes Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., products available to patients enrolled in Medicare. Patients with Medicare who need help paying for their Boehringer Ingelheim medication, and who meet certain household income levels, may qualify for assistance.

  • Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Virology Program

    The Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program makes Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., products available to patients who are without pharmaceutical insurance coverage, and who meet certain household income levels. The program is geared toward helping provide medications to those who need it most, including senior citizens and families living on limited incomes.

Braintree Laboratori

Bristol-Myers Squibb

California

  • AIM - Access for Infants and Mothers

    The State of California wants to help you get good health care for your pregnancy, even if money is a little tight. Going without prenatal care can cause many problems for you and your baby. Studies show that women who do not get prenatal care often have more complicated (and expensive) births. If you don't have insurance to cover your pregnancy and are not receiving no-cost Medi-Cal or Medicare Part A or Part B, the Access for Infants and Mothers (AIM) Program may be just the helping hand you and your baby need. AIM can even help if you have health insurance but your co-payment or deductible for maternity services is more than $500.

  • Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP)
  • Healthy Families

    Healthy Families is low cost insurance for children and teens. It provides health, dental and vision coverage to children who do not have insurance and do not qualify for free Medi-Cal.

  • Medi-Cal

    Medi-Cal is California's Medicaid program. This is a public health insurance program which provides needed health care services for low-income individuals including families with children, seniors, persons with disabilities, foster care, pregnant women, and low income people with specific diseases such as tuberculosis, breast cancer or HIV/AIDS. Medi-Cal is financed equally by the State and federal government.

Carnrick Laboratorie

Celgene Corporation

Cell Therapeutics In

Cephalon Cares Found

  • Cephalon Oncology Reimbursement Expertise (CORE)

    The CEPHALON CARES FOUNDATION Patient Assistance Program provides prescription medicines at no cost to patients who qualify. If you have no prescription drug coverage and meet certain income guidelines, you may qualify for this program.

  • Fentora Patient Assistance Program

    The CEPHALON CARES FOUNDATION Patient Assistance Program provides prescription medicines at no cost to patients who qualify. If you have no prescription drug coverage and meet certain income guidelines, you may qualify for this program.

  • Gapitril Patient Assistance Program

    The CEPHALON CARES FOUNDATION Patient Assistance Program provides prescription medicines at no cost to patients who qualify. If you have no prescription drug coverage and meet certain income guidelines, you may qualify for this program.

  • Nuvigil Patient Assistance Program

    The CEPHALON CARES FOUNDATION Patient Assistance Program provides prescription medicines at no cost to patients who qualify. If you have no prescription drug coverage and meet certain income guidelines, you may qualify for this program.

  • Provigil Patient Assistance Program

    The CEPHALON CARES FOUNDATION Patient Assistance Program provides prescription medicines at no cost to patients who qualify. If you have no prescription drug coverage and meet certain income guidelines, you may qualify for this program.

Cetylite Industries,

Chiron

CollaGenex Pharmaceu

Colorado

  • CHP+

    Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) is low-cost health insurance for Colorado's uninsured children and pregnant women. CHP+ is public health insurance for children and pregnant women who earn too much to qualify for Medicaid, but cannot afford private health insurance.

  • Colorado AIDS Drug Distribution Program

    The Colorado AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) is a program to provide AIDS-specific medications at no cost on an outpatient basis to Colorado residents who qualify for the program.

  • Colorado Senior Health Insurance Assistance Program
  • Medicaid for Families, Children and Pregnant Women

    Colorado Medicaid is public health insurance for families, children, pregnant women, persons who are blind or persons with disabilities and the elderly for Colorado residents. Family Medicaid and CHP+ are public health insurance programs for families, children and pregnant women. When you apply, you are applying for both Family Medicaid and CHP+. The program you qualify for depends upon family size, income and the age of the applicant.

Connecticut

  • Connecticut AIDS Drug Assistance Program
  • Connecticut Medicaid
  • Connecticut State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) / CHOICES
  • ConnPACE

    ConnPACE is an outstanding service that that helps eligible senior citizens and people with disabilities afford the cost of most prescription medicines as well as insulin and insulin syringes.

  • Husky Health Plan A

    The HUSKY Plan offers a full health insurance package for children and teenagers up to age 19, regardless of family income. HUSKY pays for doctor visits, prescriptions, vision and dental care, and much more. HUSKY Plus offers additional services for children with special physical health care needs, while mental health and substance abuse treatment services are available through the Connecticut Behavioral Health Partnership. When your child is enrolled in HUSKY, you'll choose doctors and other medical providers participating in one of our member health plans. For most families, HUSKY is low-cost or free. But even families with high incomes can get HUSKY health care for children at a group rate. HUSKY is now serving over 230, 000 children and teens in Connecticut's working families--keeping kids healthy and helping the family budget. HUSKY can also provide health coverage for parents, relative caregivers and pregnant women, depending on income.

COR Therapeutics, In

Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.

Delaware

  • Delaware AIDS Drug Assistance Program
  • Delaware Healthy Children Program

    The Delaware Healthy Children Program is a low cost health insurance program for Delaware's uninsured children. The Delaware Healthy Children Program features the same high-quality coverage you'd get with some of the best private insurance plans.

  • Delaware Medicaid
  • Delaware Prescription Assistance Program

    The Delaware Prescription Assistance Program (DPAP) began January 14, 2000 as a result of the passage of Senate Bill 6 during the 1999 legislative session. This program is funded through tobacco settlement funds, and provides up to $2500 per individual in each calendar year for eligible clients. The goal of the program is to provide prescription assistance to elderly and/or disabled individuals currently without prescription coverage who have incomes below 200% of the poverty level or have prescription costs exceeding 40% of their income. This program covers medically necessary prescription drugs. The program does not pay for any of the drugs or diabetic supplies for Medicare recipients. Medicare currently covers these supplies for both insulin and non-insulin dependent patients. Clients must make a co-payment of $5 or 25% of the cost of the prescription, whichever is greater. The co-pay is collected by the dispensing pharmacy.

  • ELDERinfo

Dermik Laboratories

Dey

Digestive Care, Inco

District of Columbia

  • DC HealthCare Alliance
  • DC Healthy Families

    DC Healthy Families is a program of the DC Department of Health Care Finance that provides free health insurance for District residents and their children.

  • DC Medicaid

    DC Medicaid is a healthcare program that pays for medical services for qualified people. It helps pay for medical services for low-income and disabled people. For those eligible for full Medicaid services, Medicaid pays healthcare providers. Providers are doctors, hospitals and pharmacies who are enrolled with DC Medicaid.

Faulding Pharmaceuti

Ferndale Laboratorie

Ferring Pharmaceutic

Florida

  • Florida AIDS Drug Assistance Program
  • KidCare

    Florida KidCare is the state's children's health insurance program for uninsured children under age 19. It includes four different parts, or programs: MediKids, Healthy Kids, Children's Medical Services and Medicaid. When you apply for the insurance, Florida KidCare will check which program your child may be eligible for based on age and family income. Some of the services Florida KidCare covers are: Doctor visits Check-ups and shots Hospital Surgery Prescriptions Emergencies Vision and hearing Dental Mental health

  • Medically Needy Program

    The Medically Needy program can help pay for Medicaid-covered services. Individuals enrolled in the Medically Needy Program have income or assets that exceed the limits for regular Medicaid. A certain amount of medical bills must be incurred each month before Medicaid is approved. This is your "share of cost."

  • SHINE - Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders

Forest Parmaceutical

Fresenius Medical Ca

Galderma Laboratorie

Gate Pharmaceuticals

Genentech Inc.

Genetics Institute,

Genzyme Corporation

Georgia

  • Georgia AIDS Drug Assistance Program
  • Georgia Medicaid
  • GeorgiaCares
  • PeachCare for Kids

    In 1997, Congress created Title XXI of the Social Security Act to provide health care for the growing number of uninsured children in the United States. This legislation provided states with the opportunity to create programs to increase access to affordable health insurance. In Georgia, this program is PeachCare for Kids. PeachCare for Kids began covering children in 1999, providing comprehensive health care to children through the age of 18 who do not qualify for Medicaid and live in households with incomes at or below 235% of the federal poverty level. This means a family of three can earn $43, 029 a year and a family of four can earn $51, 818 a year.

  • Right From the Start: Medicaid for Pregnant Women

    Right from the Start Medicaid (RSM) class of assistance is health care coverage for children up to age 19 and pregnant women.

Gilead Sciences Inc.

GlaxoSmithKline

  • Bridges to Access

    Bridges to Access is GlaxoSmithKline's patient assistance program for non-oncology medicines. Bridges to Access provides GSK prescription medicines to eligible low-income patients without prescription drug benefits.

  • GSK Access

Glenwood, LLC

Hawaii

  • Hawaii AIDS Drug Assistance Program
  • Hawaii QUEST for Adults

    The Med-QUEST Division (MQD ) of the Hawaii State Department of Human Services (DHS) has programs that provide medical coverage for low income Hawaii residents. Most of the coverage is provided by the Medicaid Fee-For Service Program and the Medicaid managed care program, Hawaii QUEST. These programs provide coverage to families with children, pregnant women, seniors, the blind, and the disabled, Residents who need medical assistance must complete an application form that MQD will process.

  • Hawaii QUEST for Children

    The Med-QUEST Division (MQD ) of the Hawaii State Department of Human Services (DHS) has programs that provide medical coverage for low income Hawaii residents. Most of the coverage is provided by the Medicaid Fee-For Service Program and the Medicaid managed care program, Hawaii QUEST. These programs provide coverage to families with children, pregnant women, seniors, the blind, and the disabled, Residents who need medical assistance must complete an application form that MQD will process.

  • Sage Plus

ICN Pharmaceuticals,

Idaho

Illinois

  • Access to Care Program

    Access to Care® is a model primary health care program serving low-income uninsured individuals in suburban Cook County, Illinois and in northwest Chicago (west of Pulaski Road AND north of North Avenue).

  • All Kids - Healthcare for Kids

    All Kids is Illinois' program for children who need comprehensive, affordable health insurance, regardless of family income, immigration status or health condition. Every child deserves the chance to grow up healthy. With All Kids, your children will be able to get the care they need, when they need it. It means you can take your child to the doctor for a regular check-up, to the dentist to fill a cavity or to the eye doctor to get a prescription for glasses.

  • DuPage Physician's Medical Assistance Program

    DuPage County Human Services provides financial assistance for medical fees, eyeglasses, dental fees, prescriptions and supplies.

  • FamilyCare

    FamilyCare offers healthcare coverage to parents living with their children 18 years old or younger. FamilyCare also covers relatives who are caring for children in place of their parents.

  • Illinois - Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP)
  • Illinois AIDS Drug Assistance Program
  • Illinois Cares RX

    Everyone deserves access to good, affordable healthcare and no senior or person with a disability should have to worry about how to pay for the high cost of prescription drugs. Illinois Cares Rx provides state prescription assistance to people with and without Medicare. Illinois Cares Rx provides two prescription drug benefits: Illinois Cares Rx Plus and Illinois Cares Rx Basic

  • Illinois Rx Buying Club

    Enjoy discounts on prescription drugs, both brand name and generic. Savings average 20%; individual discounts may vary The card is accepted at 50,000 locations nationwide. There are 2, 500 pharmacies in Illinois, customers can go anywhere in the U.S. No limits. No paperwork after enrollment. There is also a mail order service for greater savings on prescription drugs you take every day. Preferred Drug List Drugs on this list are discounted further than other drugs.

  • MedAssist

    In Alton, Beardstown, Carlinville, Decatur, Effingham, Granite City, Mattoon, Quincy, Springfield, and Marshall. For information on locations, call the office nearest you.

Immunex Corporation

Indiana

  • Hoosier Healthwise

    Hoosier Healthwise is a health insurance program for Indiana children, pregnant women, and low-income families. Health care is provided at little or no cost to Indiana families enrolled in the program. The enrolled member chooses a doctor to get regular checkups and health care for illnesses. Other health needs such as prescriptions, dental care, vision care, family planning services, and mental health services are also available as part of the Hoosier Healthwise program. Call 1-800-889-9949 to get information about the Hoosier Healthwise program or choose one of the items below.

  • Hoosier Rx

    Indiana's State Pharmaceutical Assistance Program, HoosierRx, can help pay the monthly Part D premium, up to $70 per month, for members enrolled in a Medicare Part D Plan working with HoosierRx.

  • Indiana Medicaid
  • Indiana State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP)

Iowa

  • AIDS/HIV Health Insurance Premium Payment Program
  • Hawk-I

    That's why Iowa offers hawk-i health care coverage for uninsured children of working families. No family pays more than $20 a month. Some families even pay nothing at all.

  • Iowa Priority

    The Iowa Prescription Drug Corporation, a not for profit organization, was established in 2001. The corporation's goal was to help ease the financial burden of the high cost of prescription medications for the Medicare eligible Iowan. The corporation made available Iowa Priority, a discount card for Iowa's Medciare population, beginning January 2002. In 2004 a second card called Priority Plus was made available through a contract with Medicare. Both cards helped reduce the cost of prescription medications.

  • Iowa Senior Health Insurance Assistance Program - SHIIP

Ivax Pharmaceuticals

Kansas

Kentucky

King Pharmaceuticals

  • KingKare Patient Assistance Program

    The KingKare® Patient Assistance ProgramSM (KingKare) provides certain King Pharmaceuticals® prescription drugs free of charge to qualifying U.S. residents needing temporary assistance.

Ligand Pharmaceutica

Lilly USA, LLC

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

  • Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund (CICRF)
  • Children's Medical Security Plan

    The Children's Medical Security Plan (CMSP) is a basic health insurance program offered by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services for Massachusetts children and teens under the age of 19 years. CMSP is run by MassHealth.

  • Healthy Start Program

    Healthy Start is a free health insurance program for pregnant uninsured low-income women, to help them give their babies a healthy start in life. The program offers early, complete prenatal care to pregnant women and their unborn children, two months of postpartum care, family planning services, and counseling and referrals. MassHealth is in charge of this program in Massachusetts.

  • Massachusetts HIV Drug Assistance Program
  • Massachusetts Senior Pharmacy Program
  • MassHealth

    MassHealth is a public health insurance program for low- to medium-income residents of Massachusetts. The national health insurance program called Medicaid, and the State Children's Health Insurance Plan (SCHIP) are combined in one program in Massachusetts called MassHealth.

  • Prescription Advantage Program

    Prescription Advantage is a prescription drug insurance plan available to all Massachusetts residents age 65 and older, as well as younger individuals with disabilities who meet income and employment guidelines.

  • Serving the Health Information Needs of Elders (SHINE)

Mead Johnson Nutriti

Medicare

Medicis

MedImmune, Inc

MedPointe, Inc

Merck and Co., Inc.

MGI Pharma, Inc

Michigan

  • Michigan Medicaid
  • Michigan MMAP
  • MIChild

    MIChild is a health care program administered by the Department of Community Health. It is for the low income uninsured children of Michigan's working families.

  • MiRx Card Program

    The MiRx Card program is free. There is no cost for the card. There is no cost to enroll in the program. And, the MiRx card is easy to use. MiRx card holders will take their prescription and their MiRx card to their local participating pharmacy. The pharmacist will fill the prescription and charge the MiRx discounted price. The discount is good on any medicine the pharmacist stocks and your doctor prescribes. Over-the-counter drugs are not covered even if they are prescribed by your doctor.

Millennium Pharmaceu

Minnesota

Mission Pharmacal Co

Mississippi

  • Mississippi CHIP

    CHIP is designed to provide health care insurance for children in families without health insurance or with inadequate health insurance. It does not replace Medicaid; in fact, children on Medicaid are precluded from CHIP participation. A coalition of public, non-profit and private health-related organizations is committed to improving the health of Mississippi's children.

  • Mississippi Medicaid

    Medicaid is a national health care program. It helps pay for medical services for low-income people. For those eligible for full Medicaid services, Medicaid is paid to providers of health care. Providers are doctors, hospitals and pharmacists who accept Medicaid.

  • Mississippi State Health Insurance Assistance Program (MS SHIP)

Missouri

  • CLAIM - Missouri State Health Insurance Assistance Program
  • MC+ for Kids

    MC+ for children includes a program for low income children with no costs to the family. There also is an MC+ program for children in families with higher incomes. It is part of the federal Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). Families with children in this program may be charged monthly premiums, but the amount is based on family size and income. Children at the CHIP level must be uninsured for six months or more to be eligible for MC+, although there are exceptions.

  • Missouri AIDS Drug Assistance Program
  • Missouri Rx Plan

    MoRx is Missouri's State Pharmacy Assistance Program. MoRx was created by the 93rd General Assembly to provide prescription drug assistance to Missourian's in need by coordinating benefits with Medicare's (Part D) Prescription Drug Program.

Montana

MS Pathways

NABI Biopharmaceutic

National Non-Profits

National Organizatio

Nebraska

Nevada

  • Nevada Check Up

    The Mission of the Nevada Check Up program (Children's Health Insurance Program) is to provide low-cost, comprehensive health care coverage to low income, uninsured children (birth through 18) who are not covered by private insurance or Medicaid.

  • Nevada Medical Assistance Programs

    The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services offers medical assistance through a number of programs for individuals and families. Some of this coverage is free to you, and some requires a small fee.

  • Nevada Medicare SHIP Program
  • Nevada Senior Rx

    Senior Rx and Disability Rx are state programs that provide specified Nevadans with relief from the high cost of prescription medications. Both are administered through the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Director's Office.

New Hampshire

New Jersey

  • Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund

    The Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund (CICRF) was established by legislation to provide financial assistance for New Jersey families whose children have experienced an illness or condition which is not otherwise covered by insurance, State or Federal programs, or other sources such as fundraising.

  • Medicaid for Families with Children

    The largest single group of people covered by New Jersey Medicaid is made up of children under 18 and their parents with very low incomes. Currently, about 265, 000 New Jersey Medicaid beneficiaries fit this description.

  • Medicaid for Pregnant Women

    Pregnant women who meet the general requirements and financial eligibility criteria for New Jersey Medicaid are covered.

  • New Jersey AIDS Drugs Distribution Program
  • New Jersey Medicaid

    New Jersey Medicaid provides health insurance to over 1, 000, 000 low income parents, children and people who are blind or disabled. The program pays for hospital services, doctor visits, prescriptions, nursing home care and other healthcare needs.

  • New Jersey State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP)
  • NJFamilyCare

    NJ FamilyCare is a federal and state funded health insurance program created to help New Jersey's uninsured children and certain low-income parents and guardians to have affordable health coverage. It is not a welfare program. NJ FamilyCare is for families who do not have available or affordable employer insurance, and cannot afford to pay the high cost of private health insurance.

  • Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled

    The Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled program helps eligible New Jersey residents pay for prescription drugs, insulin, insulin needles and syringes and needles for injectable medicines used for the treatment of multiple sclerosis. Only drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration are covered. Drugs purchased outside the State of New Jersey are not covered, nor is any pharmaceutical product whose manufacturer has not agreed to provide rebates to the State of New Jersey.

  • Senior Gold Prescription Discount Program

    Senior Gold Prescription Discount Program (Senior Gold) is a State-funded prescription program with a different co-payment structure and income eligibility guidelines than those of PAAD.

  • Specified Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary (SLMB)

    The Specified Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary (SLMB) and SLMB Qualified Individual-1 (SLMB-QI-1) pay partial or full Medicare Part B premiums for eligible New Jersey residents who are not financially eligible for the Qualified Medicare Beneficiary (QMB) program under New Jersey Medicaid (also known as New Jersey Care).

  • State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP)

New Mexico

New York

  • Child Health Plus

    New York State has a health insurance plan for kids, called Child Health Plus. Depending on your family's income, your child may be eligible to join either Children's Medicaid or Child Health Plus . Both Children's Medicaid and Child Health Plus are available through dozens of providers throughout the state.

  • Community Health Advocates

    There's no need to apply for help from Community Health Advocates (CHA). Any New York State resident can receive free advice. CHA provides only advice and information, both about insurance and discounted care programs. CHA does not itself offer medical care or prescription drugs.

  • EPIC Deductible Plan

    EPIC is a New York State program that helps seniors pay for their prescription drugs. More than a quarter million EPIC enrollees are saving an average of 90 percent of the cost of their medicines. Most enrollees have Medicare Part D or other drug coverage, and use EPIC to lower their drug costs even more by helping them pay the deductibles and co-payments required by their other drug plan. EPIC also helps members pay for Medicare Part D premiums.

  • Family Health Plus

    Family Health Plus is a public health insurance program for adults who are aged 19 to 64 who have income or resources too high to qualify for Medicaid. Family Health Plus is available to single adults, couples without children, and parents who are residents of New York State and are United States citizens or fall under one of many immigration categories.

  • New York AIDS Drug Assistance Program
  • New York Medicaid
  • NY Health Insurance Information, Counseling and Assistance Program (HIICAP)

North Carolina

North Dakota

Novartis

Novo Nordisk

  • Novo Nordisk Diabetes Patient Assistance Program - Insulin

    The Novo Nordisk Diabetes Patient Assistance Program (PAP) encompasses our goal of continued commitment to people living with diabetes and the Novo Nordisk Triple Bottom Line. The Diabetes PAP provides free medicine to those who qualify. If approved, a free 90-day supply of medicine will be sent to the prescribing healthcare providers' office to be picked up at the patient's convenience. Novo Nordisk will automatically contact the healthcare provider 90 days later to approve the medication refill. If you are a patient in need of assistance or know someone in need of assistance, follow these 3 simple steps to see if you qualify for free diabetes medication from Novo Nordisk: 1) Fill out the patient section of the application 2) Gather proof of income 3) Take application and proof of income to your doctor to complete the HealthCare Practitioner and Prescribing sections Patients and care givers can also obtain more information and access to the program by calling the Novo Nordisk Patient Assistance Program toll free at 866-310-7549. If you are a healthcare professional and you want additional information about the Novo Nordisk Diabetes Patient Assistance Program, have eligible patients who are not yet enrolled, or have patients who are enrolled and want additional information about their eligibility, please visit the "For Your Patients" section on the Physician Portal at NovoMedLink.com.

  • Novo Nordisk Diabetes Patient Assistance Program - Prandin/PrandiMet

    The Novo Nordisk Diabetes Patient Assistance Program (PAP) encompasses our goal of continued commitment to people living with diabetes and the Novo Nordisk Triple Bottom Line. The Diabetes PAP provides free medicine to those who qualify. If approved, a free 90-day supply of medicine will be sent to the prescribing healthcare providers' office to be picked up at the patient's convenience. Novo Nordisk will automatically contact the healthcare provider 90 days later to approve the medication refill. If you are a patient in need of assistance or know someone in need of assistance, follow these 3 simple steps to see if you qualify for free diabetes medication from Novo Nordisk: 1) Fill out the patient section of the application 2) Gather proof of income 3) Take application and proof of income to your doctor to complete the HealthCare Practitioner and Prescribing sections Patients and care givers can also obtain more information and access to the program by calling the Novo Nordisk Patient Assistance Program toll free at 866-310-7549. If you are a healthcare professional and you want additional information about the Novo Nordisk Diabetes Patient Assistance Program, have eligible patients who are not yet enrolled, or have patients who are enrolled and want additional information about their eligibility, please visit the "For Your Patients" section on the Physician Portal at NovoMedLink.com.

  • Novo Nordisk Hormone Therapy Patient Assistance Program
  • SevenSECURE

Oclassen Pharmaceuti

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Pfizer

  • Connection to Care
  • First Resource Program IV

    FirstResource is a reimbursement support service and patient assistance program. It assists insured patients with reimbursement support services, appeals process information, and - in some cases - finding alternate funding assistance, while helping them understand their coverage options. First Resource also provides free Pfizer medicines to eligible uninsured and underinsured patients.

  • First Resource Program IV Spanish
  • First Resource Program Oral

    FirstResource® is a reimbursement support service and patient assistance program. It assists insured patients with reimbursement support services, appeals process information, and - in some cases - finding alternate funding assistance, while helping them understand their coverage options. First Resource® also provides free Pfizer medicines to eligible uninsured and underinsured patients.

  • First Resource Program Oral Spanish
  • Pfizer Bridge Program
  • Pfizer MAINTAIN TM
  • Pfizer Pfriends TM
  • Pfizer RSVP Program

    RSVP is a reimbursement support service and patient assistance program. It assists insured patients with reimbursement support services, appeals process information, and - in some cases - finding alternate funding assistance, while helping them understand their coverage options. RSVP also provides free Pfizer medicines to eligible uninsured and underinsured patients.

  • Pfizer RSVP Program (Spanish)

Pharmion Corporation

Procter & Gamble Pha

Puerto Rico

Purdue Pharma

Qpharma

  • Strativa Patient Assistance Program

    The Strativa PAP provides medication to patients who cannot otherwise afford their medication. Patients must be US residents and qualify for the program based on annual household income and lack of prescription coverage.

Questcor Pharmaceuti

Reliant Pharmaceutic

Rhode Island

Roche Laboratories I

Sanofi Pasteur

Sanofi-Aventis

  • ELIGARD Reimbursement Hotline and Patient Assistance Program

    The Eligard Hotline provides reimbursement services to all patients and a Patient Assistance Program which is designed to help the uninsured and people in need better afford their prescription medicines, subject to financial restrictions.

  • HYALGAN Reimbursement Hotline and Patient Assistance Program

    The Hyalgan Reimbursement Program assists all patients regarding reimbursement questions regarding Hyalgan. The Patient Assistance Program is designed to help the uninsured and people in need better afford their prescription medicines, subject to financial restrictions.

  • LOVENOX Reimbursement Services and Patient Assistance Program

    The Lovenox Reimbursement Hotline assists all patients with reimbursement questions for Lovenox. The Patient Assistance Program is designed to help the uninsured and people in need better afford their prescription medicines, subject to financial restrictions.

  • Multaq Hotline and Coverage Support
  • PACT+ Program
  • Rilutek Continuity and Patient Assistance Program

    The Rilutek Continuity Hotline assists all patients with reimbursement questions for Rilutek. The Rilutek Patient Assistance Program is designed to help the uninsured and people in need better afford their prescription medicines, subject to financial restrictions.

  • Sanofi-Aventis Patient Assistance Program

    The sanofi-aventis Patient Assistance Programs are designed to help the uninsured and people in need better afford their prescription medicines, subject to financial restrictions.

  • Sculptra Patient Access Program

    The sanofi-aventis Sculptra Patient Access Program is designed to help the uninsured and people in need better afford their prescription medicines, subject to financial restrictions.

Sanofi-Synthelabo, I

Savient Pharmaceutic

Schwarz Pharma, Inc.

Shire US, Inc

Sicor Pharmaceutical

Sigma-Tau Pharmaceut

Somerset Pharmaceuti

South Carolina

South Dakota

Stiefel Laboratories

Takeda Pharmaceutica

  • CoverKids
  • CoverRx
  • Takeda Patient Assistance Program

    At Takeda, we are committed to providing programs that help make medicines more accessible and affordable for patients in need. As we continue to develop best-in-class medicines that improve patient's lives through better healthcare, we remain mindful that access to these medicines is critical. This is why we are proud to offer the Takeda Patient Assistance Program for eligible individuals.

  • Takeda Patient Assistance Program (Spanish)

Tennessee

  • TennCare

    TennCare is a government-operated medical assistance program designed for people who are eligible for Medicaid, as well as for some children who do not have insurance. TennCare is a Medicaid waiver, or demonstration, program. Its purpose is to demonstrate that the use of managed-care principles can generate sufficient savings to enable the state to cover more than Medicaid eligible people.

  • Tennessee State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP)

Teva Neuroscience, I

Teva Women's Health,

Texas

  • Children's Medicaid

    Texas families with uninsured children may be able to get health insurance through Children's Medicaid. The program offers a lot of benefits, including regular checkups and dental care.

  • Texas AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The Texas Department of Health's Texas HIV Medication Program (THMP) is where you will find the official AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) for the State of Texas.

  • Texas CHIP

    Texas families with uninsured children may be able to get health insurance through the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). The program offers a lot of benefits, including regular checkups and dental care.

  • Texas Health Information Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP)

Together Rx Access

  • Together Rx Access

    The Together Rx Access Card was created by leading pharmaceutical companies to help hardworking Americans and their families gain access to immediate and meaningful savings on prescription products right at their neighborhood pharmacy. Most cardholders save 25 to 40 percent on brand-name prescription products. More than 300 brand-name prescription products are included in the Program. Savings are also available on a wide range of generics. Medicines in the Program include those used to treat high cholesterol, diabetes, depression, asthma, and many other common conditions. The Card is free to get and free to use. Each cardholder's savings depend on such factors as the particular drug purchased, amount purchased, and the pharmacy where purchased. Participating companies independently set the level of savings offered and the products included in the program. Those decisions are subject to change. Visit TogetherRxAccess.com for the most current list of brand-name medicines and products.

U.S. Virgin Islands

UCB Pharma, Inc

Ucyclyd Pharma, Inc.

Upsher-Smith Laborat

Utah

Valeant Pharmaceutic

Vermont

  • Dr. Dynasaur

    Dr. Dynasaur is a health insurance program for children, teens under 18 and pregnant women. Broad income guidelines are designed to cover as many families as possible - currently a family of four can make up to $60, 156 per year and still be eligible. You may qualify even if you have other health insurance. Even if you are 18 to 21 years old, you may be eligible for low cost or free health insurance.

  • SHIP - The Vermont State Health Insurance Assistance Program
  • Vermont AIDS Drug Assistance Program
  • Vermont Health Access Program (VHAP)
  • Vermont Medicaid

    Medicaid provides low-cost or free coverage for low-income children, young adults under age 21, parents, pregnant women, caretaker relatives, people who are blind or disabled and those age 65 or older.

  • VPharm and Vscript

    Vermont has several Prescription Assistance programs to help uninsured Vermonters and those enrolled in Medicare pay for prescription medicines based on income, disability status and age.

Virginia

Washington

Washington DC

  • DC Healthcare Alliance

    As a member of Chartered's DC HealthCare Alliance Program you are entitled to the following FREE health care benefits: Primary Care (Choose your own doctor from Chartered's Alliance Network) Specialty Care (when requested by your Primary Care Provider (PCP) Inpatient and Outpatient Hospital Care when you are sick or injured Emergency and Urgent Care Prescription Drugs Laboratory and X-ray Services Rehabilitation Services Durable Medical Equipment and Supplies (i.e., crutches, wheelchairs) Skilled Nursing Facility for Inpatient Specialized Care Home Health Care Adult Dental Services Wellness Programs/Health Education Special Benefits for Women and Children: Mammography Services Maternity and Prenatal Care (limited to undocumented immigrant women only, as U.S. Citizens may qualify for DC Medicaid upon confirmation of their pregnancy) Well child or HealthCheck Services for children 19 to 21 years old

  • DC Healthy Families (Washington)

    DC Healthy Families covers children, adolescents under age 19 who live alone, pregnant women, and parents/guardians.

  • Washington DC AIDS Drug Assistance Program

Watson Laboratories,

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming

  • EqualityCare (Medicaid)

    EqualityCare is the name chosen by the Wyoming Department of Health for its public health insurance programs. EqualityCare helps pay for certain healthcare services, and is available to qualifying families, children, individuals who are aged, blind or disabled, and qualified or non-qualified aliens.

  • Kid Care CHIP

    Kid Care CHIP offers health insurance coverage for Wyoming's children and teens through age 18 that are uninsured and meet income and eligibility guidelines that are not eligible for Wyoming Medicaid Programs.

  • Wyoming AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)

    The Wyoming Department of Health's HIV/AIDS Treatment and ADAP Program provides persons living with HIV/AIDS access to comprehensive health care and other supportive services. These programs serve as the payer of last resort for persons who are uninsured, under-insured, or are otherwise unable to access medical treatment. Funding for these programs is provided, in part, by grants from the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources Services Administration, and the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.

  • Wyoming Prescription Drug Assistance Program (PDAP)
  • Wyoming State Health Insurance Information Program (WSHIP)