WOW! Thank you for taking the time to find all these resources. I'll be
checking out each and every one of them.
You are the bestest!
"Donna G." <[email protected]> wrote in message
> Got this information from a lung group I participate in. Thought some
> one might find some of the information helpful and useful!
> Here's a list of Web sites and organizations that provide information
> about patient assistance programs:
> Free Medicine Foundation: A nationwide patient advocacy program that
> links consumers to companies and organizations that provide free or
> no-cost prescriptions. http://www.freemedicinefoundation.com/
> Needy Meds: This site provides a roundup of prescription drug assistance
> from state, local and federal governments as well as foundations,
> organizations and companies. http://www.needymeds.com/
> The following is a list of organizations that directly provide financial
> help to patients who are uninsured or underinsured and need help with
> prescription drug co-pays, co-insurance or free drugs. Some of these
> organizations help people with specific illnesses while others are open
> to all.
> Partnership for Prescription Assistance: A clearinghouse for
> prescription drug assistance programs, including 150 pharmaceutical
> companies that offer help, this organization will assess your need and
> connect you with companies and programs that can help.
> Patient Access Network Foundation: Offers assistance with insurance
> co-pays, co-insurance and other out of pocket health care costs. Health
> conditions covered include breast cancer, chemotherapy induced
> anemia/neutropenia, colorectal cancer and other cancers and lymphomas.
> Healthwell Foundation: A nonprofit foundation that provides co-payment
> and health insurance premium payments for individuals and families who
> earn no more than 400 percent of the federal poverty level and who
> suffer from conditions where funding is available.
> Patient Advocate Foundation's Co-Pay Relief Program: Covers co-pays and
> co-insurance for prescriptions taken for an eligible medical condition,
> including cancer, diabetes and macular degeneration.
> Patient Services Incorporated: Provides financial assistance with
> co-pays and co-insurance for patients with certain medical conditions
> and also pays for medical supplies needed by patients with bleeding
> disorders. http://www.uneedpsi.org/cms400min/index.aspx
> Cancer Care: Provides limited financial assistant grants for
> transportation, child care and home care; also provides counseling and
> assistance for cancer patients.
> National Organization for Rare Disorders: Helps patients pay for
> prescriptions they can't afford as well as medications that are not yet
> on the market. Rare diseases covered include HIV/AIDs, Alzheimer's
> disease, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease.
> Caring Voice Coalition: Offers assistance in paying for prescription
> drugs to patients with pulmonary hypertension, idiopathic pulmonary
> fibrosis or Alpha 1.
> Chronic Disease Fund: Offers assistance with co-pays and co-insurance
> for drugs needed by patients with certain chronic conditions. Patients
> who have no drug insurance may get free medications as long as they meet
> income, asset and medical condition guidelines. http://www.cdfund.org/
> The above and three pages of advice at:
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> call them FRIENDS......
> 2.) May God's richest blessings be
> upon you both today and
> throughout the year.
> May His blessings flow through
> you to touch the lives of
> everyone you meet.