Velma Cornelius of Detroit, MI

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"The Partnership for Prescription Assistance has taken a huge burden off of my shoulders in my constant struggle to pay for my hypertension medicines while living within the means of a fixed income.

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  • More than 2,500 medicines
  • 475 patient assistance programs
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What is the Partnership for Prescription Assistance???

The Partnership for Prescription Assistance helps qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get the medicines they need through the program that is right for them. Many will get their medications free or nearly free.

The Partnership for Prescription Assistance will help you find the program that’s right for you, free of charge. Remember, you will never be asked for money by a PPA Call Center representative, or on this Web site.

Have recent natural disasters affected your ability to get access to your prescription medicines?
Click here to download the natural disaster worksheet.

Find Prescription Assistance in 4 Easy Steps

The Partnership for Prescription Assistance has assisted nearly eight million people in the medicines they need for free or nearly free.

Our new video shows just how easy it is to apply for prescription assistance. Watch, apply and share!

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NAACP

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) exists to ensure the political, educational, social and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination. For more than ninety five years, the NAACP built and grew on the collective courage of thousands of people. People of all races, nationalities and faiths united on one premise --that all men and women are created equal. The nation's oldest civil rights organization has changed America's history. Despite violence, intimidation and hostile government policies, the NAACP and its grass-roots membership persevered.

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