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Many consumers are not aware that help affording their prescription medications is available from both public and private sources. Many private programs allow applicants to make up to 400-500% of the Federal Poverty Limit, so don't make the mistake of assuming you make too much money to qualify.   If you would like to see where your income falls on the FPL scale, click here.  For a brief summary of some of  these various assistance programs, please see below. 

Please note that reputable assistance programs will never ask you for credit card, bank account or payment information.

Extra Help Program

Administered by the Social Security Administration, and also known a the Low-Income Subsidy (LIS) the Extra Help program is a benefit estimated to be worth approximately $4,000 per year. To qualify for the Extra Help, a person must be receiving Medicare, have limited resources and income, and reside in one of the 50 States or the District of Columbia. To learn more or find out if you qualify, please visit the Social Security website by clicking below.

Go to SSA.gov website

Partnership for Prescription Assistance

A collaboration of America's biopharmaceutical companies, PPARX is one-stop shop for information on public and private sources of prescription assistance for consumers of any age. Simply enter the name of the medication you are seeking assistance for and some basic demographic information, and PPARx will create a list of programs you may qualify for. To learn more or visit the PPARx website, click below

Go to PPARx.org website

The Healthwell Foundation

The Healthwell Foundation is a charitable organization that provides grants for certain medications and therapies to cover coinsurance, copayments, health care premiums and deductibles. HealthWell relies solely on donations to keep funds open, so once the funds for a certain disease state have been exhausted for the year, the fund closes to new applicants. To find out if your condition is covered or if you qualify, please visit the Healthwell Foundation website by clicking below.

Go to HealthWellFoundation.org website

Patient Access Network Foundation

The Patient Access Network Foundation also offers financial assistance and grants for certain medications and therapies to cover coinsurance, copayments, health care premiums and deductibles. Like Healthwell, PANF relies solely on donations to keep funds open, so once the funds for a certain disease state have been exhausted for the year, the fund closes to new applicants. To find out if your condition is covered or if you qualify, please the PANF website by clicking  below. 

Go to Panfoundation.org website

Faith Community Pharmacy

A charitable pharmacy with a mission to provide necessary medications and pharmaceutical care to those unable to pay, Faith Community Pharmacy has served over 6,000 clients in ten Northern Kentucky counties since 2002.  If you are a resident of Northern Kentucky and need help paying for your prescription medications, please click below.

Go to Faith Community Pharmacy website