Resources: Medication

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BUSINESSPHONE NUMBERWEBSITENOTESADDITIONAL NOTES
American Cancer Society888-227-2345https://www.cancer.org/
NeedyMeds800-503-6897https://www.needymeds.org/
RX Outreach1-800-769-3880http://www.rxoutreach.com/
Chronic Disease Fund(877) 968-7233https://www.mygooddays.org/Providing assistance to under-insured patients with chronic disease, cancer or other life-altering conditions to help them obtain the fda-approved medications they need.Assist patients throughout the united states who meet income qualification guidelines and have private insurance or a medicare part d plan, but cannot afford the co-payments for their fda-approved drugs. Whenever administratively feasible (and in most cases), they pay the patients out-of-pocket costs for their fda-approved drugs directly to the applicable pharmacies or physicians. The organization provided financial assistance to 99,269 patients and services 115,116 individuals.To maintain eligibility, you must also log in once a month to an online therapy management program run through the Chronic Disease Management Group.
Perscription Assistance 360888-331-1002https://www.prescriptionassistance360.org/If you are a United States resident. Do not have Medicaid or health care insurance to cover outpatient medications. Have income at a level that results in economic hardship when you buy retail prescription drugs.
Henry County Cancer Service770-288-6510https://www.henrycountycancerservices.com/Application Necessary
St. Vincent DePaul678-892-6163Assistance by zipcode.**Not an emergency service**
North Georgia Community Action706-692-5644http://ngcainc.com/Call for guidelines, services for disabled individuals.Assistance by county. Assist Catooas, Chattooga, Dade,Cherokee, Fannin, Gilmer, Murray, Pickens, Walker,and Whitfield
North Fulton County Charities770-640-0933https://nfcchelp.org/Must live in Fulton County
Genetech(866) 422-2377https://www.gene.com/Able to assist in payment of their medications.List of their medications: http://www.gene.com/patients/medicines.Can only asssit if patient has no insurance, insurance will not pay for medication, or high co-pays.
Partnership for Prescription Assistance
(888-477-2669)
http://www.pparx.com/Helps connect uninsured and underinsured patients who struggle with affordable access to medicines to prescription assistance programs that offer medicines for free or nearly free.
The Patient Advocate Foundation1-866-512-3861http://www.patientadvocate.org/
Rx Assist (401) 729-3284https://www.rxassist.org/Assist in medication payments
WellCare1-888-550-5252https://www.wellcare.com/PDPWellcare focuses exclusively on gov't - sponsored programs like Medicaid and Medicare
RXHopehttps://www.rxhope.com/home.aspxRxHope is the largest independent web-based patient assistance resource, processing, fulfilling and tracking the requests of our fellow American’s medication needs.
Pfizer Rx Pathways1-844-989-PATH (7284)https://www.pfizerrxpathways.com/see-how-we-helpMeet income guidelines, which vary by product and household size.Have no prescription coverage, or not enough coverage, to pay for their medicine. Live in the United States or US territories. Be treated by a health care professional licensed in US/PR.
Bethesda Community Clinic678-880-9654http://www.bethesdacommunityclinic-cherokee.com/services/Medication Assistance through Prescription Assistance Program
The CarePlace770-489-5990https://www.thecareplacedc.com/The CarePlace for Douglas County Residents exists for those patients who do not have private health insurance and cannot afford to pay for healthcare in the private sector. Endeavoring to treat the whole patient, The CarePlace provides medical care, health education, and select social services to all of its patients who meet our requirements. The CarePlace is staffed by volunteers and medical services are provided at no cost to those who qualify.
The HealthWell Foundation800-675-8416https://www.healthwellfoundation.org/Helps you pay your drug copays if you have insurance, or helps to pay your monthly premium if you are eligible for insurance but cannot afford it (including your Medicare drug plan premium).Helps people with some
specific diseases including asthma, breast cancer, and Hodgkin’s Disease. Theyfrequently receive funding fornew conditions. For a complete list of eligible conditions, visit the web site.
National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD)203-744-0100https://rarediseases.org/NORD’s medication assistance programs help people with certain conditions. Check their website for a complete list of programs.

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