This free patient assistance program is being provided to you and your family to help lower your prescription drug costs. Simply print your FREE Prescription Drug Card below and receive savings of up to 75% at more than 56,000 national and regional pharmacies. This card can be used as your primary plan and/or it can be used on prescriptions not covered by your insurance plan

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Nearly 50 million Americans have no health insurance, and millions more have limited coverage. Many Americans just can't afford health care, and, if they can, they don't have the money to buy their medicines.The ongoing cost of prescription medications can be a challenge, especially if you are taking more than one prescribed medication. Some pharmaceutical companies offer prescription assistance programs to individuals and families with financial needs. These programs typically require a doctor's consent and proof of your financial status. They may also require that you have either no health insurance or no prescription drug benefit through your health insurance.

Checkout these Prescription assistance programs to Save on your Medication costs you can't afford :

Partnership for Prescription Assistance

  • Services: The Partnership for Prescription Assistance helps qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get the medicines they need for free or nearly free. Managed by PhRMA.
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  • Phone: 1-888-477-2669 (1-888-4PPA-NOW)

  • Services: The AbbVie Patient Assistance Foundation provides AbbVie medicines at no cost to qualified patients who are experiencing financial difficulties and who generally do not have coverage available for these products through private insurance or government funded programs.
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  • Phone: 1-800-222-6885
Amgen Assist

  • Services: Amgen Assist is a service that provides information to get help paying for your Amgen medication. Depending on the medication you are taking and the type of insurance you have, Amgen Assist may be able to connect you to a program or foundations that can help.
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  • Phone: 1-800-282-6436 (1-800-28-AMGEN)
Astellas: Leading Light for Life
  • Services: The Astellas Access Program helps eligible patients in need to access the company's medications at no cost. Astellas' support includes providing free medications, distributing these medications free of charge to patients, and administering programs that help patients obtain this assistance.
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  • Phone: 1-800-477-6472
Johnson & Johnson Patient Assistance Foundation

  • Services: The operating companies of Johnson & Johnson donate all the prescription products provided to eligible patients through Johnson & Johnson Patient Assistance Foundation, Inc. (JJPAF), an independent, non-profit organization.
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  • Phone: 1-800-652-6227
Lilly TruAssist

  • Services: Lilly TruAssist is the collection of Lilly patient assistance programs that offer assistance to help people obtain the Lilly medicines they need.
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  • Phone: 1-855-559-8783 (1-855-LLY-TRUE)
Pfizer Helpful Answers

  • Services: Pfizer Helpful Answers is a family of prescription assistance programs that provides eligible patients with their Pfizer prescriptions for free or at a savings, and, in some cases, offers reimbursement support services.
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  • Phone: 1-866-706-2400
Help at Hand: Patient Assistance within Reach