Free Prescription Program Provides Assistance
Drug prices may be going up yet again, but people who are struggling financially may qualify to get prescription medicines for free.
It's called the Partnership for Prescription Assistance. Pharmaceutical companies provide free medicine to people with too much money to qualify for medicaid, but too little to afford health insurance. Rules for getting free prescriptions vary, but typically an individual making less than $21,000 a year or a family of 4 living on less than $44,000 would qualify. There's no time limit and as long as your income remains tight, the medicine keep coming. Drug prices may be going up yet again.
For more information on the Partnership for Prescription Assistance program, visit http://www.pparxfl.org.. The toll-free number is 1-888-477-2669.
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