Heidi Benz of Coldwater, MS

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"I saw a TV ad ... about the PPA. I knew that I had to make this call ... Not only did the PPA help me get my medicines for little or no cost, but they were very easy to talk to and very caring.

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  • 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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Partner Spotlight

The AIDS Institute

The AIDS Institute is a national nonprofit agency that promotes action for social change through public policy research, advocacy and community education. The AIDS Institute (TAI) began as a grass roots community advocacy effort in the late 1980s. The AIDS Institute promotes, protects and advocates for health through science, HIV prevention and assurance of access to a coordinated system of quality health care and support services for persons with HIV/AIDS. The AIDS Institute remains focused on HIV/AIDS while incorporating work on related healthcare issues such as Hepatitis, as well as other infectious and chronic diseases.

Read more about The AIDS Institute