Participating Patient Assistance Programs

Many state and corporate prescription assistance programs help patients obtain free or low-cost medications if they qualify. To learn more about any patient assistance program, type in the name of a medication, company or program name, download the full list of participating programs, or select a letter of the company name below.

To find out if you qualify for these programs, use our patient assistance search tool to be matched to programs for which you may qualify. This tool will also provide you with program applications and other application instructions.

Please remember that the Partnership for Prescription Assistance is an information resource and does not directly offer the assistance programs. You must apply to the program directly for assistance.

AbbVie

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Akrimax Pharmaceuticals

  • Akrimax Patient Assistance Program

    Akrimax offers a patient assistance program providing Akrimax brand name medications to individuals who meet eligibility
    requirements. Eligibility is based on your annual household income and prescription insurance status.

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Alabama

  • Alabama AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The goal of the Alabama AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) is to reduce associated morbidity/mortality among HIV infected persons by delaying the progression of HIV disease through prevention and treatment of HIV complications.

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Alaska

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Alkermes

  • VIVITROL® Value Program

    The VIVITROL® Value Program was created to help you with treatment costs. Eligible patients may qualify for $0 co-pay.

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Allergan

  • BOTOX PATIENT ASSISTANCE Program

    The program provides BOTOX® at no charge to financially eligible patients. Those who may qualify include patients who are uninsured or underinsured. Allergan is proud to assist eligible uninsured and underinsured patients with their treatment through the donation of BOTOX® vials.

  • Patient Assistance Program RxHope

    The Patient Assistance Program provides assistance to uninsured patients that cannot afford their medications. Annual household income limits do apply but each case is reviewed on an individual basis. Patients must reside in the U.S. and be under the care of a U.S. based physician.

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American Regent Laboratories

  • Venofer Patient Assistance Program

    American Regent Inc., created the Venofer (iron sucrose injection, USP) Patient Assistance Program to help improve access to Venofer for adult and pediatric non-dialysis dependent CKD patients (2 years and older) who lack health insurance and cannot afford therapy.

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Amgen

  • Encourage Foundation ®

    ENcourage Foundation® is a nonprofit patient assistance program supported by Amgen and Pfizer that provides Enbrel® (etanercept) at no cost to qualifying patients with no or limited drug coverage.

  • Encourage Foundation ® Spanish

    ENcourage Foundation® is a nonprofit patient assistance program supported by Amgen and Pfizer that provides Enbrel® (etanercept) at no cost to qualifying patients with no or limited drug coverage.

  • The Safety Net Foundation

    The Safety Net Foundation is designed to assist those patients who are uninsured and with limited or no financial resources. Eligibility is based on US residency, insurance status and income criteria.

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Aptalis

  • Aptalis Patient Assistance Program

    Aptalis Pharma US, Inc. is dedicated to improving the quality of care and health of patients suffering from cystic fibrosis and gastrointestinal disorders by providing effective therapies for patients and their caregivers.

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Arbor Pharmaceuticals

  • Arbor Pharmaceuticals Patient Assistance Program

    Arbor is pleased to offer prescription assistance for patients who qualify through Arbor Pharmaceuticals? Patient Assistance Program (PAP).

    Patients who meet the eligibility requirements and wish to be considered for participation must complete and submit a Patient Assistance Program Application. It is important that applications are fully completed and signed. Incomplete applications will delay the application process.

  • Gliadel Patient Assistance Program

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Arizona

  • Arizona AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) is responsible for the administration of ADAP for the state of Arizona. ADAP provides access to medications used to treat HIV and prevent the onset of related opportunistic infections to low-income individuals with HIV disease who have limited or no coverage from private insurance or Medicaid.

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Arkansas

  • Arkansas AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (ADAPs) are state administered programs that provide HIV/AIDS medications to low-income individuals living with HIV disease who have little or no coverage from private or third party insurance. ADAPs were originally authorized by the Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE) Act, which was enacted in 1990, and reauthorized in 1996 and again in 2000. Currently, ADAPs are authorized under the Ryan White HIV/ADIS Treatment Modernization Act of 2006. The intent of state and federal legislation is to assure that ADAP funds are used only for the purchase of ADAP formulary drugs that cannot be paid for through other sources. ADAP must be the payer of last resort.

    ADAP started as a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) demonstration project to provide zidovudine (AZT), the first drug approved by Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat HIV infection. Since that time, ADAPs have significantly expanded to cover other FDA approved drugs to treat HIV infection and HIV-related opportunistic infections. Arkansas AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) services are available to all eligible residents of Arkansas. There are 11 enrollment sites located around the state.

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Astellas Pharma US Inc.

  • Astellas Access Services

    Astellas Access Services seeks to help patients and healthcare professionals answer all their billing, claims and patient assistance questions regarding Astellas products.

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AstraZeneca

  • AZ&Me TM Prescription Savings Program for people with Medicare Part D

    The AZ&Me Prescription Savings program for people with Medicare Part D is designed to provide AstraZeneca medicines at no cost to qualified patients enrolled in a Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage plan but who are having difficulty affording their AstraZeneca medicine(s).

    Highlights
    1. AstraZeneca medicines provided at no cost
    2. There is NO cost to sign up for this program
    3. Enrollment is on a calendar year basis
    4. Mailed to the home or physician's office
    5. You or your doctor can request refills

    Are you eligible?
    If you are enrolled in Medicare Part D, you may be eligible for the program if you meet the following criteria:

    1. Enrolled in Medicare Part D;
    2. You are an individual with an annual income at or below $30,000, or if a couple, at or below $40,000;
    3. You are taking an eligible AstraZeneca medicine.

    What if you are enrolled in Medicare and Qualify for the Limited Income Subsidy?
    Patients who are in Medicare and may be eligible for the Limited Income Subsidy ("LIS") can apply to the AZ&Me TM Prescription Savings program for people without insurance. When you apply to this program, you will receive information and one-on-one education designed to help with the LIS application process. During the processing of your LIS application, you may be temporarily enrolled in the AZ&Me Prescription Savings Program. This means you could receive up to a 90 day supply of AstraZeneca medicine(s) from the Program while you wait for your LIS application results. Once the Social Security Administration confirms that you have qualified for the LIS, you are no longer eligible for the AZ&Me Prescription Savings program because you will have access to affordable, comprehensive coverage. You will no longer receive AstraZeneca medicines through the AZ&Me Prescription Savings Program. If the Social Security Administration denies your application for LIS, our assistance specialists can help you complete the enrollment process for the AZ&Me Prescription Savings program for people without insurance, so you can continue receiving your AstraZeneca medicine(s).

    How to apply
    The AZ&Me Prescription Savings program for people with Medicare Part D offers an easy application process that can help you receive your AstraZeneca medicines quickly.

    To apply to the Program:

    Download the application or call 1-800-AZandMe (292-6363). Have your doctor's office help you complete the appropriate sections of the application.

    1. Include the required financial information and your signature.
    * Acceptable forms for financial documentation include a copy of last year's federal income tax returns for yourself, your spouse and dependents, a Social Security Benefit Verification Statement or all income statements from jobs (W-2 or 1099)

    2. Include a valid prescription for your AstraZeneca medicine(s) from your doctor.

    3. Mail the completed application, financial information, and prescription to:
    AZ&Me Prescription Savings Programs
    PO Box 898
    Somerville, NJ 08876
    OR
    Fax: 1-800-961-8323

    If you have questions about the application process, or to learn more about whether or not you or a family member may qualify for this program, call 1-800-AZandMe (292-6363), Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM-6:00 PM EST.

  • AZ&Me TM Prescription Savings Program for people without insurance

    The AZ&Me TM Prescription Savings program for people without insurance is designed to provide AstraZeneca medicines at no cost to qualified patients. This patient prescription assistance program can help patients who do not have prescription drug coverage and who meet other eligibility criteria.

    Highlights
    1. AstraZeneca medicines provided at no cost
    2. There is NO cost to sign up for the program
    3. Once accepted, you remain enrolled for up to one year. At the end of that year you can reapply.
    4. Mailed to the home or physician's office
    5. You or your doctor can request refills.

    Are you eligible?
    You may be eligible if you meet the following criteria:

    1. You have an annual household income* at or below:
    $35,000 for a single person
    $48,000 for a family of two
    $60,000 for a family of three
    $70,000 for a family of four
    $80,000 for a family of five
    * Income limits might be higher in Alaska and Hawaii.

    2. You do not receive prescription drug coverage under any private insurance or any other coverage that provides assistance to help pay for medicines, such as:
    Employer furnished or private prescription drug coverage
    VA or Military Benefits
    Medicaid
    Medicare Part A
    Medicare Part B (covers some injectable medicines)
    Medicare Part D*
    State assistance program for medicines (SPAP, SCHIP, PACE, etc.)
    * Individuals enrolled in Medicare Part D may be eligible for the AZ&Me TM Prescription Savings program for people with Medicare Part D

    What if you are enrolled in Medicare and Qualify for the Limited Income Subsidy?
    Patients who are in Medicare and may be eligible for the Limited Income Subsidy ("LIS") can apply to the AZ&Me TM Prescription Savings program for people without insurance.

    When you apply to this program, you will receive information and one-on-one education designed to help with the LIS application process.
    During the processing of your LIS application, you may be temporarily enrolled in the AZ&Me Prescription Savings Program. This means you could receive up to a 90 day supply of your AstraZeneca medicine(s) from the Program while you wait for your LIS application results.

    Once the Social Security Administration confirms that you have qualified for the LIS, you are no longer eligible for the AZ&Me Prescription Savings program because you will have access to affordable, comprehensive coverage. You will no longer receive AstraZeneca medicines through the AZ&Me Prescription Savings Program.

    If the Social Security Administration denies your application for LIS, our assistance specialists can help you complete the enrollment process for the AZ&Me Prescription Savings program for people without insurance, so you can continue receiving your AstraZeneca medicine(s).

    How to apply

    The AZ&Me Prescription Savings program for people without insurance offers an easy application process that can help you receive your AstraZeneca medicines quickly.

    To apply to the Program:

    1. Download the application or call 1-800-AZandMe (292-6363). Have your doctor's office help you complete the appropriate sections of the application.
    2. Include the required financial information and your signature.
    * Acceptable forms for financial documentation include a copy of last year's federal income tax returns for yourself, your spouse and dependents, a Social Security Benefit Verification Statement or all income statements from jobs (W-2 or 1099)

    3. If you are not a US citizen, you must also provide a valid US Green Card number or Work Visa number.

    4. Include a valid prescription for your AstraZeneca medicine(s) from your doctor.

    5. Mail the completed application, financial information, and prescription(s) to:
    AZ&Me Prescription Savings Programs
    PO Box 898
    Somerville, NJ 08876
    OR
    Fax: 1-800-961-8323

    If you have questions about the application process, or to learn more about whether or not you or a family member may qualify for this program, call 1-800-AZandMe (292-6363), Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM TO 6:00 PM EST.

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Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals

  • AIM Patient Support Program

    The AIMprogram is here to help you learn more about your condition and provide you support.

    The services you can expect are:

    Nurse Services At-home visits as directed by your physician: clinical assessment, disease information, and treatment education, 24/7 hotline provided by your specialty pharmacy for questions and referral to additional resources (for caregivers, too)

    Financial Assistance Co-pay Assistance program for all patients insured through commercial or private payers; up to 100% coverage of co-pays, Temporary Patient Assistance Program (TPAP) for the uninsured or underinsured when immediate coverage is unavailable, Patient Assistance Program (PAP) for the uninsured or underinsured when alternative funding cannot be identified

    Additional Resources Lab coordination services (for females of reproductive potential only): The Aim Support Center will contact you to assist with scheduling and providing reminders about the monthly lab visits. Talk to your healthcare provider to opt in.

  • Arch Foundation

    The ARCH Foundation is a not-for-profit foundation established to assist low income patients who do not have insurance coverage for the Mirena® intrauterine contraceptive system.

  • Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceutical Patient Assistance Program

    The Bayer HealthCare Patient Assistance Program provides medication for those in need, who have no prescription drug coverage and limited financial resources.

  • Bayer Patient Assistance Program Beyaz®, SAFYRAL®, Natazia®

  • Kogenate Factor Solutions

    Bayer has developed the Kogenate FS Patient Assistance Program (PAP) for patients who 1) need short-term assistance with obtaining Kogenate FS treatment but have no insurance coverage, or 2) need assistance because their coverage does not include Kogenate FS. Through this assistance program, patients may be eligible to receive up to a three-month supply of Kogenate FS.

  • Nexavar REACH Program

    REACH is a reimbursement assistance program to help you access your NEXAVAR (sorafenib) tablets treatment and provides patient support through productrelated informational materials.

  • Stivarga REACH Program

    REACH is a reimbursement assistance program to help you access your STIVARGA (regorafenib) tablets treatment and provides patient support through product related informational materials.

  • The Betaseron Patient Assistance Program

    As a member of the BETAPLUS® patient support program, you may have access to financial assistance that can help you get on and stay on BETASERON (interferon beta-1b) therapy.

  • Xofigo Patient Assistance/Commercial Copay Assistance Program

    The Xofigo Patient Assistance/Commercial Copay Assistance Program provides Xofigo for those in need, who have no prescription drug coverage and limited financial resources.

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Biogen Idec

  • Avonex Active Access

    We want to make sure that you can stay focused on your treatment, not on its cost. ActiveAccess™ offers a comprehensive set of financial and insurance support services, with solutions tailored to your individual needs.
    No matter what your financial concerns are, ActiveAccess delivers personalized assistance.

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Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

  • Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program

    The Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program makes Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., products available to patients who are without pharmaceutical insurance coverage, and who meet certain household income levels. The program is geared toward helping provide medications to those who need it most, including senior citizens and families living on limited incomes.

  • Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program - Pradaxa and Tradjenta

    The Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program makes Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., products available to patients who are without pharmaceutical insurance coverage, and who meet certain household income levels. The program is geared toward helping provide medications to those who need it most, including senior citizens and families living on limited incomes.

  • Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program for Medicare Beneficiaries

    The Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program for Medicare Beneficiaries makes Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., products available to patients enrolled in Medicare. Patients with Medicare who need help paying for their Boehringer Ingelheim medication, and who meet certain household income levels, may qualify for assistance.

  • Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program for Medicare Beneficiaries - Pradaxa-Tradjenta

    The Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program for Medicare Beneficiaries makes Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., products available to patients enrolled in Medicare. Patients with Medicare who need help paying for their Boehringer Ingelheim medication, and who meet certain household income levels, may qualify for assistance.

  • Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program for Medicare Beneficiaries-Virology Program

    The Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program for Medicare Beneficiaries makes Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., products available to patients enrolled in Medicare. Patients with Medicare who need help paying for their Boehringer Ingelheim medication, and who meet certain household income levels, may qualify for assistance.

  • Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Virology Program

    The Boehringer Ingelheim CARES Foundation Patient Assistance Program makes Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., products available to patients who are without pharmaceutical insurance coverage, and who meet certain household income levels. The program is geared toward helping provide medications to those who need it most, including senior citizens and families living on limited incomes.

  • Jentadueto Savings Card

    With a JENTADUETO savings card, eligible patients may pay as little as $10 per month with savings up to $150 per monthly prescription. Eligible patients must pay for any costs beyond the $150 maximum savings for each monthly prescription.

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Bristol-Myers Squibb & Gilead Sciences, LLC

  • Atripla Patient Assistance Program

    The makers of ATRIPLA (efavirenz/emtricitabine/tenofovir disoproxil fumarate), Bristol-Myers Squibb & Gilead Sciences, LLC, have created a program to provide temporary assistance to eligible patients applying for, or enrolling in, prescription coverage plans.

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Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

  • Bristol-Myers Squibb Access Virology Patient Assistance Program

    The Bristol-Myers Squibb Access Virology Patient Assistance Program provides free virology products to qualified uninsured patients, including individuals with insurance who are denied coverage and who meet the program's eligibility criteria.

  • Bristol-Myers Squibb Baraclude Patient Assistance Program

    The Bristol-Myers Squibb Baraclude Patient Assistance Program provides free Baraclude to qualified uninsured patients, including individuals with insurance who are denied coverage and who meet the program's eligibility criteria.

  • Bristol-Myers Squibb Patient Assistance Foundation, Inc.

    The Bristol-Myers Squibb Patient Assistance Foundation, Inc. assists patients who need temporary help paying for the medications listed on this website. To receive temporary help, a patient must be having trouble making ends meet financially and meet the Foundation's eligibility criteria.

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California

  • California AIDS Drugs Assistance Program (ADAP)

    The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) helps ensure that people living with HIV and AIDS who are uninsured and under-insured have access to medication. The Office of AIDS (OA) works closely with the pharmacy benefits manager (PBM), to administer and manage ADAP for the clients served.

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Celgene Corporation

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Cephalon Cares Foundation

  • Cephalon Cares Foundation Patient Assistance Program

    The CEPHALON CARES FOUNDATION Patient Assistance Program provides prescription medicines at no cost to patients who qualify. If you have no prescription drug coverage and meet certain income guidelines, you may qualify for this program.

  • Cephalon Oncology Reimbursement Expertise (CORE)

    The CEPHALON CARES FOUNDATION Patient Assistance Program provides prescription medicines at no cost to patients who qualify. If you have no prescription drug coverage and meet certain income guidelines, you may qualify for this program.

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Colorado

  • Colorado AIDS Drug Distribution Program

    The Colorado AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) is a program to provide AIDS-specific medications at no cost on an outpatient basis to Colorado residents who qualify for the program.

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Connecticut

  • Connecticut AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    This program pays for drugs determined by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to prolong the life of people with AIDS, or HIV infection. To be eligible for the program in Connecticut, an individual must have a physician certification that the individual has HIV infection, HIV disease or AIDS, must not be a recipient of Medicaid, and must have net countable income within 400% of the Federal Poverty Level. In addition, the individual must apply for Medicaid within two weeks of approval for this program.

    The department receives federal funding for the program under Ryan White Title II grants that are awarded to the Department of Public Health.

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Covis Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

  • Covis Patient Assistance Program

    The Covis Patient Assistance Program helps U.S. citizens or residents who don?t have a health care plan or have been denied coverage for treatment.

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Cubist Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

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Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.

  • Daiichi Sankyo Inc. Open Care Program

    The Daiichi Sankyo Open Care Program offers assistance to qualified individuals who demonstrate medical and financial need. The program provides free products to those who are prescribed Daiichi Sankyo products and are under- and uninsured, as well as unable to identify alternative payment sources.

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Delaware

  • Delaware AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    It is the goal of The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) provides access to high-cost pharmaceuticals for low-income, uninsured, and underinsured individuals and families affected by the HIV disease.

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Dendreon Corporation

  • PROVENGE Patient Assistance Program

    Although PROVENGE has robust coverage with major commercial and public payers, Dendreon is committed to helping your patients who are eligible for treatment gain access to patient assistance through the PROVENGE Patient Assistance Program

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Dermik Laboratories

  • Dermik Patient Assistance Program

    Dermik Patient Assistance Program, offers Dermik Laboratories medication at no cost for up to 90 days to those who are eligible for the program.

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Digestive Care, Incorporated

  • Digestive Care, Inc Assistance Program

    This program is available for patients with financial difficulties. Physicians apply for this program on behalf of their patients. Eligibility is determined on a case-by-case basis through a formal review process at Digestive Care, Inc. Upon approval, a FREE three month supply of Pertzye® will be sent to the requesting physician for distribution to their patient. If another supply is needed, the physician is to submit another enrollment form.*

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ECR Pharmaceuticals

  • ECR Patient Assistance Program

    The ECR Pharmaceuticals’ Patient Assistance Program is designed to help patients who are prescribed an ECR prescription product, who meet certain income guidelines, and who are not eligible for prescription drug assistance through federal, state, or private programs.

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Eisai Inc.

  • Aciphex Patient Assistance Program

    Johnson & Johnson have developed the Aciphex® Patient Assistance Program for those U.S. residents who lack access to prescription drug coverage and meet specific financial criteria.

  • Eisai Oncology Patient Assistance Program

    Eisai Inc. provides product free of charge to those US residents who lack access to prescription drug coverage and meet specific financial criteria.

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EMD Serono Inc.

  • Saizen Patient Assistance Program

    Eligible patients may save up to $125/month on your Saizen® co-pay or co-insurance. Please see eligibility requirements.

  • Serono Compassionate Care

    Serono Compassionate Care makes fertility treatment more affordable for those who qualify.

  • Serostim Patient Assistance Program

    The Serostim® Patient Assistance Program (PAP) helps people who have HIV-associated wasting get the Serostim® treatment they need. Eligible patients must meet certain financial and medical criteria to receive Serostim® free of charge

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Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc

  • Endo Patient Assistance Program

    The Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc., patient assistance program offers free medication to people who otherwise cannot afford their medications. Patients must meet financial and other program specific criteria to be eligible for assistance.

  • Endo Patient Assistance Program - Opana ER

    The Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc., patient assistance program offers free medication to people who otherwise cannot afford their medications. Patients must meet financial and other program specific criteria to be eligible for assistance.

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Express-Scripts

  • Rx Outreach

    Rx Outreach is a low-cost prescription medication program for people in need across the U.S. Prescriptions are mailed directly to the patient after receipt of an Rx Outreach form, a prescription, and payment.

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Ferndale Laboratories, Inc.

  • Ferndale PAP

    The Ferndale Laboratories Patient Assistance Program provides medicine free of charge to all eligible patients.

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Florida

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Forest Pharmaceuticals

  • Forest Pharmaceuticals Patient Assistance Program

    This program provides certain Forest products to patients who are unable to afford the cost of their medication and who meet other eligibility requirements. Eligibility for this program is based upon information you and your licensed practitioner provide on the application form. If you are approved, you will receive a three-month supply of the Forest product you require at no charge. Forest will ship your medication to your licensed practitioner's office for them to dispense to you.

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Fresenius Medical Care North America

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Galderma Laboratories, Inc

  • Differin Savings Card

    Savings Card: Insured patients:

    With your savings card, you may pay no more than: $25 for your first Differin Gel, 0.3% prescription $15 for your first refill $10 for additional refills.

    Uninsured and cash patients:

    Uninsured patients or patients whose insurance does not cover Differin Gel, 0.3% could receive $50 off the cost of each Differin Gel, 0.3% prescription.

  • Galderma Patient Assistance Program

    The Galderma Patient Assistance Program provides Galderma products to patients with financial hardship who are not eligible or enrolled in private insurance or government plans.

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Genentech Inc.

  • Genentech Access to Care Foundation

    The Genentech Access to Care Foundation, or GATCF, helps people who don’t have a health care plan or have been denied coverage for treatment.

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Genzyme Corporation

  • Genzyme Charitable Access Program (CAP)

    Genzyme's Charitable Access Program (CAP) was established in the United States in order to provide our enzyme replacement therapies free of charge to qualified U.S. patients whose financial circumstances prevent their access to treatment. The program is committed to providing Lumizyme to patients who: Have a demonstrated medical need for treatment, are uninsured or have inadequate insurance coverage.

  • Genzyme Co-Pay Assistance Program

    Lumizyme is indicated for patients 8 years and older with late (non-infantile) onset Pompe disease who do not have evidence of an enlarged heart.

    Once enrolled in Genzyme's Co-Pay Assistance Program, Genzyme will cover 100% of your eligible out-of-pocket Lumizyme drug and infusion-related costs up to the program maximum.

  • Renal Patient Assistance Program

    RPAP is designed for patients in financial need who do not have coverage for Renvela® (sevelamer carbonate) (and/or Hectorol® [doxercalciferol injection]) under any prescription drug benefit, including commercial insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, or other government insurance programs.

    Through a partnership with the American Kidney Fund (AKF), Sanofi provides qualifying patients with medication at no cost.

  • Renvela® Medicare Part D Assistance Program

    PDAP provides a free supply of Renvela® (sevelamer carbonate) to eligible patients with Medicare Part D who cannot afford their co-payments or co-insurance for their prescriptions.

  • The Charitable Access Program (CAP Program)

    Because many of the conditions that Genzyme's therapies treat are rare, our patients often face challenges with insurers that are unfamiliar with these diseases and their unique therapies. Many people encounter restrictions in their coverage – or have no medical coverage at all. The Charitable Access Program provides such assistance.

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Georgia

  • Georgia AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (ADAPs) are state administered programs that provide HIV/AIDS medications to low-income individuals living with HIV disease who have little or no coverage from private or third party insurance. ADAPs were originally authorized by the Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE) Act, which was enacted in 1990, and reauthorized in 1996 and again in 2000. Currently, ADAPs are authorized under the Ryan White HIV/ADIS Treatment Modernization Act of 2006. The intent of state and federal legislation is to assure that ADAP funds are used only for the purchase of ADAP formulary drugs that cannot be paid for through other sources. ADAP must be the payer of last resort.

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Gilead Sciences, Inc.

  • Letairis Co-Pay Coupon Program

    Letairis® (ambrisentan) is a prescription medicine to treat pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) (WHO Group 1) in patients with WHO Class II or III symptoms. PAH is high blood pressure in the arteries of the lungs. Letairis can improve your ability to exercise, and it can help slow down the worsening of your physical condition and symptoms.

    The Co-Pay Coupon Program is designed for people who have private insurance. This program works to limit your out-of-pocket expenses to $25 per month. If you are eligible for this program, you may receive assistance up to a maximum of $9,200 per year.

  • Support Path for Sovaldi®

    Support Path™ assists eligible hepatitis C patients in the United States who do not have insurance, are underinsured or who otherwise need financial assistance to gain coverage for or access to Sovaldi® (sofosbuvir). The program consists of an integrated offering of support services for patients and providers, among them:

    • Access to dedicated case managers to help patients and their providers with insurance-related needs.
    • Education and support, including a 24/7 nursing support service line.
    • The Sovaldi Co-pay Coupon Program, which provides co-pay assistance for eligible patients with private insurance who need assistance paying for out-of-pocket medication costs. Most patients will pay no more than $5 per co-pay.
    • Gilead will provide support to the Patient Access Network (PAN) Foundation, an independent non-profit organization that provides assistance for eligible federally-insured and privately-insured patients who need help covering out-of-pocket medication costs.
    • The Support Path Patient Assistance Program will provide Sovaldi at no charge for eligible patients with no other insurance options.

    To learn more about Support Path for Sovaldi®, please call, call 1-855-769-7284, Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. (Eastern).

    See more at: http://www.gilead.com/responsibility/us-patient-access/support%20path%20for%20sovaldi

  • U.S. Advancing Access®

    Gilead’s U.S. Advancing Access® program provides assistance to patients in the United States who do not have insurance or who need financial assistance.

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GlaxoSmithKline

  • BENLYSTA Patient Assistance Program

    BENLYSTA Patient Assistance Program provides free product to eligible, uninsured patients.

  • Bridges to Access

    Bridges to Access is GlaxoSmithKline's patient assistance program for non-oncology medicines. Bridges to Access provides GSK prescription medicines to eligible low-income patients without prescription drug benefits.

  • Commitment to Access

    GSK’s patient assistance program that supports access to oncology and certain specialty pharmacy medicines

  • GSK Access

    GSK Access is a program sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline that provides GlaxoSmithKline prescription medicines at no cost to Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan enrollees who meet the eligibility requirements.

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Hawaii

  • Hawai‘i Seropositivity & Medical Management Program

    HSPAMM provides physician visits and a panel of HIV-related laboratory tests (including T-cell counts and viral load tests) for people in Hawai‘i living with HIV. The services are provided every six months at no cost to the patient. The purpose of the program is to:

    Encourage people with HIV to access medical care as early as possible
    Help patients and their physicians to prevent progression of HIV disease
    Provide for monitoring of immune status and viral infection for people with HIV
    Support primary care physicians in providing effective medical management for people with HIV

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Horizon Pharma, Inc.

  • Rayos Co-Pay Plan

    You may pay as little as $0 for every RAYOS prescription with the RAYOS savings card!

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Hyperion Therapeutics, Inc.

  • Hyperion UCD Support Services

    UCD Support Services is a comprehensive support program sponsored by Hyperion Therapeutics for patients, caregivers, and healthcare providers managing or treating urea cycle disorders (UCDs).

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Illinois

  • Illinois AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The Illinois Department of Public Health administers the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), which currently serves on average 4,100 clients each month, accessing an average of 141,100 prescriptions annually.

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Indiana

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Iowa

  • Iowa AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The Iowa AIDS Drug Assistance Program collaborates with local health departments and community-based organizations to provide HIV/AIDS medications and essential health and support services to low income, HIV-infected individuals and their families.

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Janssen, L.P.

  • INVOKANA® CarePath™ Savings Card

    Use your INVOKANA® CarePath™ Savings Card at your retail pharmacy to receive instant savings on your medication costs for INVOKANA®.

    Instant savings on your private insurance co-pay, deductible, and coinsurance medication costs for INVOKANA® (canagliflozin). First 4 Months No Cost to You, then pay no more than $5.00 for each additional month.

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Johnson & Johnson Patient Assistance Foundation, Inc.

  • Johnson & Johnson Patient Assistance Foundation, Inc. Patient Assistance Program

    Johnson & Johnson Patient Assistance Foundation, Inc. (JJPAF)* is committed to helping you get the prescription medications you need. If you qualify, the Johnson & Johnson Patient Assistance Foundation, Inc. Patient Assistance Program* makes it easier for you to receive free medications manufactured by the Operating Companies of Johnson & Johnson.

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Kadmon

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Kansas

  • Kansas AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The purpose of these funds is to provide care for persons living with HIV infection who are not covered by public or private sources. These funds also assure that all Kansans living with HIV infection throughout the state have access to the resources to monitor, adhere, and treat infection, in order to achieve the highest quality of life possible.

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Kentucky

  • Kentucky AIDS Patient Assistance Program

    The intent of the Kentucky HIV/AIDS Care Coordinator Program (KHCCP) is to facilitate the provision of quality care and services to HIV-infected individuals and their families in a timely, consistent manner of continued care. The program provides care coordinators in six regional sites through arrangements with two local health departments in the Cumberland Valley and Northern Kentucky regions and four non-profit agencies in the Barren River, Lexington, Louisville and Purchase regions to assess needs and provide services. These regional sites allow for statewide coverage and better local access to these services.

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Lilly USA, LLC

  • Access for Humatrope

    Eli Lilly and Company offers a free program called the Humatrope Reimbursement Center (HRC). The HRC is designed to help guide you through the drug authorization process required by your insurer for Humatrope® therapy. The HRC will investigate your insurance coverage to determine if you have coverage for Humatrope and inform you of your options. The HRC will help you through this process and answer questions you have.

  • Forteo Patient Assistance

    The FORTEO Patient Assistance program is for non-Medicare eligible individuals. If you qualify for the program, FORTEO Patient Assistance Program will provide free FORTEO medicine to you via mail order pharmacy.

  • Lilly Cares

    If you qualify for Lilly Cares, your Lilly medicines will be provided free of charge to you for a year and will be shipped to your health care provider's office for pick up.

  • LillyMedicareAnswers Patient Assistance Program

    If you qualify for the program, LillyMedicareAnswers will provide free Lilly medicines to you through a mail order pharmacy.

  • Patient One Lilly Oncology Patient Assistance Program

    If you qualify for the program, PatientOne will provide free oncology medicine to you shipped to your physician. Approved product requests are conveniently shipped to your doctor's office.

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Louisiana

  • Louisiana AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The Louisiana Office of Public Health STD/HIV Program has been the primary public entity responsible for administering, implementing, and monitoring HIV prevention interventions for the State of Louisiana since 1985. These prevention services have from the beginning included HIV counseling and testing, outreach and condom availability.

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Lundbeck

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Maine

  • Maine AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) is a federally funded program, operating at the state level, which ensures access to the prescription medications needed to manage and treat HIV. The ADAP assists clients to access the prescription medications deemed necessary to manage and treat HIV, and to prevent and treat illnesses that develop as a result of a suppressed immune system, or are commonly associated with HIV (e.g. Opportunistic Infections). The ADAP is designated as a ?payer of last resort?.

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Maryland

  • Maryland AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The Maryland AIDS Drug Assistance Program (MADAP) ensures that people living with HIV/AIDS in Maryland have access to the medication they need to stay healthy. MADAP is a statewide program and is funded primarily through the Ryan White Act . MADAP pays for medications for eligible clients with no insurance and helps clients with insurance by paying for eligible co-pay and deductible costs so they can get their medication. The list of medicines covered by MADAP (the MADAP formulary) includes a wide range of medications used to treat HIV infection, opportunistic infections, and complications of HIV infection or related conditions, including all anti-retroviral therapies approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

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Massachusetts

  • Massachusetts HIV Drug Assistance Program

    The Massachusetts HIV Drug Assistance Program (HDAP) provides access to critical HIV-related medications for residents of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts who are otherwise unable to obtain these life-saving drugs. A program of the Office of HIV/AIDS of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health funded through federal and state sources, HDAP is administered by CRI.

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Meda Pharmaceuticals

  • Dymista Copay Card

    Dymista Nasal Spray is indicated for the relief of symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis in patients 12 years of age and older who require treatment with both azelastine hydrochloride and fluticasone propionate for symptomatic relief.

    Most patients will pay no more than $35 per copay. Card can be used a total of 12 times—equal to about 1 year of therapy. Must have commercial insurance to be eligible

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MedImmune, Inc

  • MedImmune Assistance Program

    The MedImmune Assistance Program provides complimentary medicine to uninsured patients, as well as to patients rendered uninsured by their insurance companies.

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Merck and Co., Inc.

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Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

  • VELCADE Patient Assistance Program

    If you do not have any insurance coverage for VELCADE® (bortezomib), you may be eligible to participate in the VELCADE Patient Assistance Program. If you qualify for the program, VELCADE will be delivered free of charge to your treating physician. The VELCADE Patient Assistance Program will reimburse up to a 12-month supply of VELCADE if enrolled patients lose their insurance and continue to receive care.

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Minnesota

  • Minnesota AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) provides HIV/AIDS related prescription drugs to uninsured and underinsured individuals living with HIV/AIDS.

    ADAP funds are used to provide medications to treat HIV disease, or to prevent the serious deterioration of health, including measures for the prevention and treatment of opportunistic infections. As a payer of last resort, ADAP only serves individuals who have neither public nor private insurance or cannot get all of their medication needs met through their insurance payer.

    In Minnesota, ADAP funds are used to both purchase drugs and to purchase cost-effective insurance.

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Mission Pharmacal Company

  • Mission Pharmaceutical Patient Assistance Program

    The MISSION PHARMACAL patient assistance program offers free medication to people who otherwise cannot afford their medications. Patients must meet financial and other program specific criteria to be eligible for assistance.

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Missouri

  • Missouri AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)

    The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services through the HIV/AIDS Case Management Program provides assistance to locate, coordinate, purchase and refer for medical and psychosocial services for individuals with HIV or AIDS, based on assessed need.

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Montana

  • Montana AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The Montana STD/HIV Section administers the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (also known as ADAP) with funding provided by the Ryan White Part B CARE Act which is administered through the federal Health Resources and Services Administration. This program provides HIV anti-retroviral drugs, medications to prevent opportunistic infection, and certain drugs to treat HIV-related disease for individuals who are uninsured or under-insured and who are unable to pay for such treatment.

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Musella Foundation For Brain Tumor Research & Information, Inc

  • Brain Tumor Treatment Co-payment Assistance Program

    The Brain Tumor Drug Copayment Assistance Program, a program of the Musella Foundation For Brain Tumor Research & Information, Inc., provides financial assistance to families who need help covering the cost of certain drugs used to treat specific type of brain tumors.

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National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD)

  • NORD Patient Assistance Program

    Since 1987, NORD has administered Patient Assistance Programs to help patients obtain life-saving or life-sustaining medication they could not otherwise afford. Over the course of time NORD has expanded its services to offer financial assistance with insurance premiums and patient co-pay fees as well as assistance with reasonable and appropriate diagnostic testing expenses and travel to and consultation with disease specialists that are not covered by a patient’s insurance plan. NORD also works in partnership with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies as well as patient organizations to provide travel and lodging assistance for study participants enrolled in specific rare disease clinical trials.

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Nebraska

  • Nebraska AIDS Drugs Assistance Program

    Ryan White Parts B and C are last resort programs per federal legislation. Consumers must exhaust all other resources before access
    can be granted to services through any of the programs listed below

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Nevada

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New Jersey

  • New Jersey AIDS Drugs Distribution Program

    The AIDS Drug Distribution Program provides life-sustaining and life-prolonging medications to low income individuals with no other source of payment for these drugs.

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New Mexico

  • New Mexico AIDS/HIV Drugs Assistance Program

    he goal of the HIV Services Program is to support primary medical care and essential support services to persons living with HIV/ AIDS. The two major sources of funding for the program are the Federal Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (Part B and ADAP) and State General Funds. The Ryan White Part B Program works with cities, states, and local community-based organizations to provide HIV-related services to more than half a million people across the United States each year. The program is for those who do not have sufficient health care coverage or financial resources for coping with HIV disease. Ryan White fills gaps in care not covered by other sources.

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New York

  • New York AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) provides free medications for the treatment of HIV/AIDS and opportunistic infections. The drugs provided through ADAP can help people with HIV/AIDS to live longer and treat the symptoms of HIV infection. ADAP can help people with partial insurance or who have a Medicaid spenddown requirement.

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North Carolina

  • North Carolina AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The North Carolina AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) uses a combination of state and federal funds to provide low-income residents of North Carolina assistance in obtaining essential medications for the treatment of HIV as well as the prevention and/or treatment of related opportunistic infections and other co-morbidities.

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North Dakota

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Novartis

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Noven Therapeutics, LLC

  • Minivelle® Co-Pay Program

    Eligible patients pay no more than $15 each month for up to 12 uses on their Minivelle® (estradiol transdermal system) prescriptions.

    On co‑pays up to $70, pay no more than $15 for a 1‑month supply. On co‑pays in excess of $70, or non‑covered prescriptions, you may qualify for up to $55 in savings for a 1‑month supply.

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Novo Nordisk

  • Cornerstones4Care™ Patient Assistance Program - Insulin Novo Nordisk

    The Cornerstones4Care™Patient Assistance Program (PAP) encompasses our goal of continued commitment to people living with diabetes and the Novo Nordisk Triple Bottom Line. The Diabetes PAP provides free medicine to those who qualify. If approved, a free 90-day supply of medicine will be sent to the prescribing healthcare providers' office to be picked up at the patient's convenience. Novo Nordisk will automatically contact the healthcare provider 90 days later to approve the medication refill. If you are a patient in need of assistance or know someone in need of assistance, follow these 3 simple steps to see if you qualify for free diabetes medication from Novo Nordisk: 1) Fill out the patient section of the application 2) Gather proof of income 3) Take application and proof of income to your doctor to complete the HealthCare Practitioner and Prescribing sections Patients and care givers can also obtain more information and access to the program by calling Cornerstones4Care™ Patient Assistance Program toll free at 866-310-7549. Patients can also obtain information by visiting the “Tools and Resources” section of Cornerstones4Care.com. If you are a healthcare professional and you want additional information about Cornerstones4Care™ Patient Assistance Program, have eligible patients who are not yet enrolled, or have patients who are enrolled and want additional information about their eligibility, please visit the "For Your Patients" section on the Physician Portal at NovoMedLink.co

  • Novo Nordisk Hormone Therapy Patient Assistance Program

    The Novo Nordisk Hormone Therapy Patient Assistance Program provides a lifeline for those who have difficulty affording their medications and meet the program qualifications by offering a 90-day supply of medication.

  • SevenASSIST

    SevenASSIST can aid in relieving the financial burden by offering people with congenital hemophilia with inhibitors, congenital factor VII deficiency, or acquired hemophilia a premium support service, available for free in a convenient Web-based portal.

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Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The HIV Drug Assistance Program (HDAP), through the Oklahoma State Department of Health and the contracted pharmacy, OU Pharmacist Care Center, provides specific HIV medications to eligible low-income individuals living with HIV disease in
    Oklahoma (through mail order or pharmacy). HDAP is funded by the Federal Ryan White CARE Act Part B grant to the states. HDAP is the payor of last resort.

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Otsuka America Pharamaceutical, Inc

  • Assure Access Program

    For patients who are uninsured and underinsured who meet certain eligibility criteria, Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc. (OAPI), will provide Abilify Maintena free of charge to eligible patients. This program covers both Abilify Maintena and Abilify Maintena for Extended-Release Injectable Suspension.

  • Samsca Access Pro Program

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Pfizer

  • Elelyso™ Co-Pay Program

    $0 Out-Of-Pocket Costs

    An assistance program that provides eligible patients with $0 out-of-pocket costs for their ELELYSO™ (taliglucerase alfa) for injection medicine.

    Additional Services ELELYSO and supplies may also be available at no-cost to qualified uninsured and underinsured patients.

    Help with benefit verification and preauthorization for treatment Guidance in helping to maintain coverage through life transitions, including marriage, employment change, disability, and retirement Assistance with insurance coverage appeals for ELELYSO

  • Pfizer Bridge Program

    The Pfizer Bridge Program provides patient support services and reimbursement assistance for the following Pfizer medicines:
    Genotropin® (somatropin [rDNA origin] for injection) and
    Somavert® (pegvisomant for injection).

  • Pfizer RxPathways

    Pfizer RxPathways, formerly Pfizer Helpful Answers, is a comprehensive assistance program that provides eligible patients with a range of support services, including insurance counseling, co-pay assistance,* and access to medicines for free or at a savings.

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Prescription Assistance Network of Stark County Ohio

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QPharma

  • Duchesnay USA Patient Assistance Program

    We at Duchesnay USA believe that every pregnant woman has the right to access safe and effective therapies. And we understand that at times the affordability of prescription medications can be a challenge. This is exactly why we have created our Patient Assistance Program.

    If you have been prescribed a Duchesnay USA medication and cannot currently afford it, Duchesnay USA may be able to help.

  • Strativa Patient Assistance Program

    The Strativa PAP provides medication to patients who cannot otherwise afford their medication. Patients must be US residents and qualify for the program based on annual household income and lack of prescription coverage.

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Questcor Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

  • Acthar Gel Patient Assistance Program

    The QUESTCOR PHARMACEUTICALS,INC. patient assistance program offers free medication to people who otherwise cannot afford their medications. Patients must meet financial and other program specific criteria to be eligible for assistance.

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Ranbaxy

  • Exelderm Co-Pay Card

    The PROMISE Program saves patients money on their EXELDERM Cream and EXELDERM Solution prescriptions.

    The PROMISE Rebate Program requires no activation—patients simply present the co-pay card to the pharmacist

    The reusable co-pay card offers $10 per Rx for insured patients $50 per Rx for cash patients

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Reliant Pharmaceutical

  • RxSupport Program

    RxSupport Program provides eligible Reliant Pharmaceutical medications to those with no insurance who meet certain income guidelines.

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Rhode Island

  • Rhode Island AIDS Patient Assistance Program

    The Ryan White AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) is a federally funded program administered by the Rhode Island Department of Health. The program provides FDA-approved HIV drugs to low-income people who have limited or no coverage from private insurance or Medicaid

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Rx Outreach

  • Rx Outreach Patient Assistance Program

    The Rx Outreach Patient Assistance Program provides certain medication free of charge to US residents who lack access to prescription drug coverage and meet specific financial criteria.

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Salix Pharmaceuticals

  • Patient Assistance Program

    As part of our commitment to prevent and treat gastrointestinal disorders, we strive to help healthcare professionals provide Salix products to patients who may not be able to afford them. The Patient Assistance Program assists qualified patients in obtaining the Salix product prescribed for them by their healthcare professional.

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Sanofi

  • Sanofi Patient Connection™

    Sanofi Patient Connection™ is a program designed to help the uninsured and people in need better afford their prescription medicines, subject to financial restrictions.

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Savient Pharmaceuticals

  • KRYSTEXXA® Connexxions

    KRYSTEXXA® Connexxions offers information to help you understand insurer coverage and reimbursement for KRYSTEXXA. Additionally, Savient offers support to help your patients access KRYSTEXXA if they lack insurance. To learn more about reimbursement and access support services, please call the KRYSTEXXA® Connexxions Reimbursement Hotline and Patient Assistance Program at 1-877-633-9521.

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Shire US, Inc

  • Shire Cares Patient Assistance & Support Program

    At Shire we strive to be as brave as the people we help. One of the ways we can do that is by helping provide access to medicine for those with financial need. That’s why we created our patient assistance and support program, Shire Cares - to help you get the Shire medicines your physician has prescribed.

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Sigma-Tau Pharmaceuticals

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Solstice Neurosciences, LLC

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Stiefel Laboratories, Inc

  • Steifel Care Program

    Patient must be receiving care at one of Stiefel's authorized clinics. This program is provided through certain residency programs at particular medical schools. A physician with a patient in need should call for the location of an authorized clinic.

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Sunovion Pharmaceuticals

  • Lunesta Co-Pay Program

    Join the co-pay assistance program to pay as low as $0 for your prescription—saving you as much as $50 up to 12 times per year. Just complete a simple form to enroll.

  • Relief Is Here Co-pay Program

    Enroll in the Relief Is Here Co-pay Program, and you?ll pay only $17 every time you fill your OMNARIS or ZETONNA® prescription ? up to 12 times per year.* That's like getting these prescription medicine for your nasal allergy symptom relief for the price of a generic!

  • Rest for Less™ Savings Program

    Whether you recently received a prescription for LUNESTA® (eszopiclone) or are already on a prescription, join our co-pay assistance program to pay as low as $15 for your prescription saving you as much as $50 up to 12 times per year. Just complete this simple form to enroll.

  • Sunovion Support™ Prescription Assistance Program

    At Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Inc., we believe in putting people first. We're determined each day to fulfill our promise of supporting healthy bodies and healthy lives. Which is why we created Sunovion Support™ to help people who are eligible to get help paying for their medications.

  • The ALVESCO® Inhalation Aerosol Savings Program

  • XOPENEX HFA® Inhalation Aerosol Coupon

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Takeda Pharmaceuticals America, Inc.

  • Takeda Patient Assistance Program - Amitiza, Dexilant and Rozerem

    At Takeda, we believe all patients should have access to the medication prescribed by their healthcare providers. We also understand that some patients may have financial situations that make it difficult to pay for their prescriptions. This is why we are proud to offer the Takeda Patient Assistance Program for Amitiza, Dexilant and Rozerem to eligible individuals.

  • Takeda Patient Assistance Program - Colcrys and Uloric

    At Takeda, we are committed to providing programs that help make medicines more accessible and affordable for patients in need. As we continue to develop best-in-class medicines that improve patient's lives through better healthcare, we remain mindful that access to these medicines is critical. This is why we are proud to offer the Takeda Patient Assistance Program for eligible individuals.

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Teva Neuroscience, Inc.

  • AZILECT Patient Assistance Program

    AZILECT is committed to providing support for patients taking AZILECT. These resources are designed to help providers help patients. The Patient Assistance Program Teva provides for eligible patients receiving AZILECT for the treatment of Parkinson's disease.

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Teva Women's Health, Inc.

  • ParaGard Patient Assistance Program

    Teva Women's Health, Inc. has developed the ParaGard Patient Assistance Program for those U.S. residents, age 18 years or older, without insurance coverage for ParaGard, in whole or in part, with annual household incomes that fall within a predetermined amount.

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Texas

  • Texas HIV Medication Program

    The Texas HIV Medication Program (THMP) provides medications for the treatment of HIV and its related complications for low-income Texans. To qualify for medications, potential clients who meet eligibility criteria complete an application for assistance. Once approved, a client receives medications at an assigned pharmacy in their community.

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ThromboGenics, Inc.

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U.S. Virgin Islands

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Ucyclyd Pharma, Inc.

  • Buphenyl Assistance Program

    The Buphenyl Assistance Program offers free medication to people who otherwise cannot afford their medications. Patients must meet financial and other program specific criteria to be eligible for assistance.

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Upsher-Smith Laboratories, Inc

  • Upsher-Smith Laboratories

    Upsher-Smith Laboratories offers coupon programs to make paying for certain medications a little easier. Consumers can access many of these programs directly through the product websites.

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US WorldMeds

  • Apokyn Patient Program

    The APOKYN PATIENT PROGRAM (APP) is a unique program designed to assist patients and care partners in the use of APOKYN for the treatment of off-episode motor symptoms associated with advancing PD.

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Utah

  • Utah AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) can help you pay for all or part of your HIV medications if you meet the program requirements.

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Valeant Pharmaceuticals International

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Validus Pharmaceuticals

  • Marplan Patient Assistance Program

    The Marplan Patient Assistance Program is a program designed to help the uninsured and people in need better afford their prescription medicines, subject to income restrictions.

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Vermont

  • Vermont Medication Assistance Program

    The Vermont Medication Assistance Program provides financial assistance for the purchase of prescription medications to Vermonters living with HIV disease who meets certain income guidelines. If you are eligible, this program may help pay for your treatment drugs, insurance premiums, co-pays and/or deductibles

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Washington

  • Washington AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    Washington State's AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) is known as the Early Intervention Program (EIP).

    The Early Intervention Program (EIP) provides services to help eligible persons with HIV get the medications and assistance with insurance premium payments they need to improve and maintain their health.

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Washington DC

  • Washington DC AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) operates in the District of Columbia and provides HIV-related prescription drugs to underinsured and uninsured individuals living with HIV/AIDS.

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Watson Pharmaceuticals

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Wellspring

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West Virginia

  • West Virginia AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (ADAPs) are state administered programs that provide HIV/AIDS medications to low-income individuals living with HIV disease who have little or no coverage from private or third party insurance. ADAPs were originally authorized by the Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE) Act, which was enacted in 1990, and reauthorized in 1996 and again in 2000. Currently, ADAPs are authorized under the Ryan White HIV/ADIS Treatment Modernization Act of 2006. The intent of state and federal legislation is to assure that ADAP funds are used only for the purchase of ADAP formulary drugs that cannot be paid for through other sources. ADAP must be the payor of last resort.

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Wisconsin

  • Wisconsin AIDS/HIV Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)

    The Wisconsin AIDS/HIV Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), authorized by s. 49.686 of the Wisconsin statutes, is designed to maintain the health and independence of persons living with HIV infection in Wisconsin by providing access to HIV-related antiretroviral drugs and prophylactic medications as well as vaccines for hepatitis A and B. The ADAP formulary also includes hepatitis C virus (HCV) medications for persons co-infected with HIV and HCV.

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Wyoming

  • Wyoming AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)

    he Wyoming Department of Health's HIV/AIDS Treatment and ADAP Program provides persons living with HIV/AIDS access to comprehensive health care and other supportive services. These programs serve as the payer of last resort for persons who are uninsured, under-insured, or are otherwise unable to access medical treatment. Funding for these programs is provided, in part, by grants from the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources Services Administration, and the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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Xubex Pharmaceutical Services

  • Xubex Patient Assistance Program

    Xubex Patient Assistance Program (PAP) is one program which helps patients who can?t afford their high cost medications. It helps qualifying patients who do not have prescription drug coverage to get free or low-cost medicines through the public or private programs that's suited for them.

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ZLB Behring

  • CSL Behring Patient Assistance Program

    The CSL Behring Patient Assistance Program provides medically necessary therapies to qualified patients who are uninsured, underinsured, or for those individuals who cannot afford their prescribed therapy.

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