Nevada Assistance Programs

SHIP

Website:

adsd.nv.gov/Programs/Seniors/SHIP/SHIP_Prog/

Cost:

No cost.

Eligibility Requirements:

Nevada seniors

Phone Number:

(800) 307-4444

Nevada Drug Card

Website:

www.nevadadrugcard.com

Cost:

No cost.

Eligibility Requirements:

The program is open to all residents of the state of Nevada.

Phone Number:

(888) 826-8636

Program Description:

Nevada Drug Card is a free prescription assistance program launched in 2008 to help uninsured and underinsured Nevadans. Those with health insurance, Medicare Part D, HSA accounts or high deductible plans can also use the program on medications not covered by their plans. To date, Nevada Drug Card has provided significant savings on brand as well as generic prescription medications at participating pharmacies. Discounts average around 30% but the savings can reach as high as 75%! Every Nevadan and visitor is eligible to participate in the program which helps to maintain patient compliance with their medications. There are also additional savings for eyeglasses, hearing aids, diabetic supplies and more.

Nevada Drug Card is accepted at Albertsons Sav-on, CVS/pharmacy, Kmart, VONS, Raley's, Safeway, Save Mart, Walgreens, Walmart, as well as over 56,000 participating pharmacies across the country. How do you get a card? CVS/pharmacy and Albertsons/Savon are the preferred pharmacies for the program. Simply visit one of these pharmacies and ask to have your prescription processed through Nevada Drug Card. Another way to obtain a free, pre-activated card is by visiting www.nevadadrugcard.com and printing out your personalized card. The website is translatable into Spanish and 50 other languages and allows a user to access drug pricing and pharmacy locations. Cards are also available at Southern Nevada Health Districts, the Mexican Consulate's office, Nevada Restaurant Association, Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, Boulder City Chamber, Reno-Sparks Chamber, Office of the Governor, Nevada Job Connects, Las Vegas Urban League, American Lung Association and as well as many other organizations throughout the state of Nevada.

Nevada Medical Assistance Program

Website:

dhhs.nv.gov/Find_Assistance/Medical_Assistance/

Cost:

Low cost

Eligibility Requirements:

Contact the local DHHS office for eligibility requirements.

Phone Number:

(775) 684-0800

Program Description:

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 Check Up

Website:

www.nevadahealthlink.com/individuals-families/medicaidnevada-check-up/

Cost:

Low cost

Eligibility Requirements:

A child may qualify for Nevada Check Up if: The child is not eligible for Medicaid; The child is a U.S. citizen or "qualified alien." The child did not have health insurance within the last six months, or has recently lost insurance for reasons beyond the parents' control; The child is under age 19 at the date the coverage will begin; and the family's gross annual income is between 100% and 200% of the Federal Poverty Level guidelines.

Phone Number:

(877) 543-7669

Program Description:

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.

Rx Assist

Website:

www.rxassist.org

Cost:

No Cost.

Eligibility Requirements:

Each program has it's own rules. Usually an individual must:

  • Be a U.S. citizen or legal resident
  • Have no prescription insurance coverage
  • Have an income under 200% of the Federal Poverty Level

Email:

info@rxassist.org

Program Description:

RxAssist is web based medication assistance resource center. RxAssist gives providers, advocates, consumer and caregivers comprehensive, up-to-date information in an easy to use format.

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