Low Cost & FREE Prescription Assistance!

For whatever reason, I was looking at my credit card statements the other night and decided to add up all the money I’ve spent on my prescriptions over the past year. Needless to say, I was shocked and nearly fell out of my chair.

There has got to be a more affordable way for me to get my medications. I have to take the pills for my quality of life, but I don’t necessarily want to go broke paying for them.

I mentioned my frustration to a co-worker and he told me about Partnership for Prescription Assistance. He doesn’t use it, he said, but his mom does and she’s thankful for her assistance program every time she picks up her prescriptions.

I went to the Partnership for Prescription Assistance website and I’m seriously considering applying for myself – and my aging parents.

Are you or anyone you know a part of the Partnership for Prescription Assistance program? How do you like it? Is it working for you?

For the rest of you, who want to find out more like I do, keep reading…..

The mission of the Partnership for Prescription Assistance (PPARx) is to:

Increase awareness of patient assistance programs and boost enrollment of those who are eligible. We offer a single point of access to more than 475 public and private programs, including nearly 200 offered by pharmaceutical companies. We have already helped millions of Americans get free or reduced-cost prescription medicines.

So how exactly does the Partnership for Prescription Assistance work?

The PPARx brings together America’s doctors, health care providers, pharmaceutical companies, patient advocacy organizations and community groups to assist qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get low-cost, or even free, medications through the private or public program that is just right for them.

To find out if you qualify just go to their website and answer some basic questions related to your medications, present health coverage, and income. Then the PPARx tells you which of the patient assistance programs you are eligible for.

Partnership for Prescription Assistance is designed to help patients who have an immediate need for prescription medication help; so if you currently have drug coverage, the PPARx cannot help you.

In its first three years of existence, the Partnership for Prescription Assistance has helped over 5 million uninsured and financially struggling patients receive their medications for little or no money.

Can Partnership for Prescription Assistance help you?


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