Below are a list of patient assistance programs. This information is not inclusive and only meant to assist you with your search for assistance programs for your medications.  Please do your research and ask the programs questions to make sure it is the right one for your needs.   If you find other programs not on this list, please let us know so we can pass on the information to others in need.

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General Assistance Foundations Healthwell Foundation
-Assistance with multiple diseases and related medications
-Examples:  Giant Cell Arteritis, gout, hepatitis C, hypercholesterolemia

PAN Foundation
-Assistance with multiple diseases and related medications
-Examples:  Enbrel, Actemra, Benlysta, Cimzia, Enbrel, Humira, Kevzara, Kineret, Azathioprine, Acthar, Leflunomide,  Arthrotec, Advil, Alendronate, Hydroxychloroquine, Atenolol, Atorvastatin, Amlodipine, Aciphex, Actonel, Atelvia, Advair, Albuterol, Atenolol, Benicar, Baclofen, Boniva, Benazepril, Diclofenac, Celebrex, Ciprofloxacin, Clobetasol, Cellcept, Cimzia, Colcrys, Cozaar, Cyclosporine,  Cyclophosphamide, Doxycycline, Duexis,  Diltiazem, Esomeprazole, Etodolac, Enalapril, Hydroxyzine, Ibandronate, Indomethacin, Ibuprofen, Lansoprazole, Labetalol, Lasix, Letairis, Lipitor, Lisinopril, Losartan, Lovastatin, Meloxicam, Metoprolol, Methylprednisolone, Nabumetone, Naproxen, Nifedipine,  Otrexup, Odansetron, Orencia, Opsumit, Prednisone, Procardia, Prolia, Rayos, Renflexis, Restasis, Remicade, Rinvoq, Rituxan, Rasuvo, Reclast, Simponi, Sulindac, Sildenafil, Simponi Aria, Simvastatin, Sulfasalazine, Taltz, Tymlos, Vimovo, Welchol, Xeljanz XR, Zetia, Zanaflex

 Pharmaceutical Companies

To get the process started, you need to mail an application to the drug company with information about your financial situation. You can usually download an application from the company’s website and fill it out online. In most cases, your doctor will need to provide information about your prescriptions.

The drug company will review the application and tell you if you’re eligible for assistance. If approved, many companies will ship a supply of the drug to your home or your doctor’s office. You or your doctor will need to place a new order several weeks before the supply runs out.


-Examples:  Humira, Rinvoq, Synthroid

-Examples: Enbrel, Prolia

Bristol-Myers Squibb

-Examples:  Orencia


-Examples: Actemra, Rituxan

-Examples: Benlysta, Advair, Flovent, Imitrex, Shingrix

-Examples:  Remicade, Simponi Aria, Stelara, Simponi

-Examples:  Cymbalta, Forteo, Humalog, Olumiant, Prozac, Taltz


-Examples:  Renflexis, Zetia, Janumet, Singulair

-Examples:  Cosentyx, Durezol, Pataday, Reclast

Norvo Nordisk Patient Assistance Program (PAP)
-Examples:  Novolog , Novolin, Victoza

-Examples:  Accupril, Sulfasalazine, Celebrex, DepoMedrol, Diflucan, Effexor XR, Inflectra, Levoxyl, Lipitor, Lomotal, Lyrica, Neurontin, Norvasc, Procardia, Protonix, Tessalon, Xeljanz, Zoloft


-Examples:  Synvisc


-Example: Cimzia

Non-Profit Groups

 Partnership for Prescription Assistance:
A program sponsored by drug companies, doctors, patient advocacy organizations, and civic groups. It helps low-income, uninsured patients get free or low-cost, brand-name medications.

A non-profit organization that maintains an extensive database of information about patient assistance programs, state assistance, drug discount programs, and free or low-cost medical care. You can search their database for free on their website. The site also has information on thousands of programs to help consumers through the application process. 

An online database of drug company programs that provide free or affordable drugs and co-pay assistance.

Center for Benefits:
Provided by the National Council on Aging, this shares information about assistance programs for low-income seniors and young people with disabilities.

RxHope:A web-based resource where you can search by medication to locate assistance programs. They also offer help with the application process.

A mail-order pharmacy for people with little to no health insurance coverage.

General Prescription Savings Programs
Some states, non-profit organizations, and retail pharmacies offer drug discount cards. A few are free. You can get others for a low monthly or annual fee. If you’re buying, be sure to go with a reputable organization.

Take caution. Unfortunately, some people sell fake discount cards to try to get credit card and social security numbers. Be aware that discount cards are not health insurance. Before you sign up for any discount card, make sure it comes with clear terms and conditions and at least a 30-day refund policy.


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