“Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) created the Medicine Assistance Tool (MAT) to provide a dedicated search engine that allows users to search for financial assistance resources available to them, their loved ones or patients in their lives through the various biopharmaceutical industry programs available for patients who are eligible. MAT, the Medicine Assistance Tool, matches patients like you with resources and cost-sharing programs that may help lower your out-of-pocket costs, whether or not you have insurance.”
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.
A web-based resource where you can search by medication to locate assistance programs. They also offer help with the application process.
Learn about how Medicare beneficiaries can qualify for the Extra Help program to assist with medication costs
Find a Pharmaceutical Assistance Program for the drugs you take: Some pharmaceutical companies offer programs to help pay for prescriptions for people in a Medicare Drug Plan (Part D)
Are you a patient struggling to afford the cost of medical treatments? Determine which disease funds are open, closed, or accepting re-enrollment.
Patient Advocacy Foundation – Co-Pay Relief Program
“The PAF Co-Pay Relief Program, one of the self-contained divisions of PAF, provides direct financial assistance to insured patients who meet certain qualifications to help them pay for the prescriptions and/or treatments they need. This assistance helps patients afford the out-of-pocket costs for these items that their insurance companies require.”
“For Uninsured Americans Who Cannot Afford Their Prescribed medications.”
RxFreeCard: Includes discounts on prescriptions