I wrote about making easy money with the prescription transfer game. For long term solutions with you medical prescription bills, you might want to check out the Partnership for Prescription Assistance and TogetherRxAccess.
Who is the Partnership for Prescription Assitance?
The Partnership for Prescription Assistance brings together America’s pharmaceutical companies, doctors, other health care providers, patient advocacy organizations and community groups to help qualifying patients who lack prescription coverage get the medicines they need through the public or private program that’s right for them. Many will get them free or nearly free. Among the organizations collaborating on this program are the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, the Lupus Foundation of America, the NAACP, the National Alliance for Hispanic Health and the National Medical Association. To access the Partnership for Prescription Assistance by phone, you can call toll-free, 1-888-4PPA-NOW (1-888-477-2669).
For more info, check out their about page at the Partnership for Prescription Assistance. You can contact them by phone at 1-888-477-2669. In order to qualify, you must make $19000 in income as an individual or $32000 as a family of three. They want to help you with your prescription bills for those in financial hardship.
What is TogetherRxAccess?
- A FREE prescription-savings card for eligible residents of the United States and Puerto Rico who have no prescription drug coverage
- A public service program created and sponsored by a group of some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies
- Most cardholders save 25%–40%* on brand-name prescription medicines and products
- Savings on generics are also available and vary by pharmacy
- No maximum usage limit, no hidden fees,
and no monthly charge
How can you join?
In order to join TogetherRxAccess, you must meet the low income requirement. If you can’t qualify but know someone who can, please let them know about these programs to help lower their prescription bills. Call them at 1-800-444-4106 for more info.