Community Health

Assistance Program Locators

Medication Assistance
Web-based resources that help eligible patients find access to free or low-cost prescription medications.
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BenefitsCheckup

www.benefitscheckup.org
A service provided by the National Council on Aging that helps seniors find public assistance programs. This website has a list of public and private programs that can assist seniors in finding help to pay for:

  • Prescription drugs
  • Nutrition (including Supplemental Nutrition Assistance (SNAP)/Food Stamps)
  • Energy assistance
  • Financial
  • Legal
  • Health care
  • Social Security
  • Housing
  • In-home services
  • Tax relief
  • Transportation
  • Educational assistance
  • Employment
  • Volunteer services

Needy Meds

www.needymeds.org
A source for patient assistance programs, disease based programs, clinic listings, discount drug cards, coupons for OTC medications and government programs.

PPARx

www.pparx.org
A prescription assistance program locator sponsored by PhRMA. It allows patients without prescription drug coverage to search for programs provided by member drug companies.

RxAssist

www.rxassist.org
Another source for finding patient assistance programs sponsored by pharmaceutical manufacturers. This website can be searched by brand and generic drug names or by their manufacturer.

Access 2 Wellness

www.access2wellness.com
A patient assistance program locator for uninsured or underinsured patients. Eligibility depends on the program selected. Also available in Spanish.

Rx for Indiana

www.rxforindiana.org
Directs eligible patients to patient assistance programs from drug manufacturers and suggests government programs for which they may qualify.

HoosierRx

www.in.gov/hoosierrx
Helps pay for Medicare Part D for patients with low income who have applied for "Medicaid Extra Help" and have received either "Notice of Award" or "Notice of Denial" from Medicaid.

Rx Hope

www.rxhope.com
A source for medication assistance programs. Users must register to access the website and can search by drug name or manufacturer.

Patient Assistance

www.patientassistance.com
A free site for uninsured patients to be linked with patient assistance programs. There is also a listing of community and government programs.

Med Data Services

www.meddataservices.com
A site to help patients who cannot afford their medications access patient assistance programs.

National Organization for Rare Diseases

www.rarediseases.org
An organization intended to help patients suffering from rare diseases. They work with pharmaceutical manufacturers to provide assistance to patients who earn too much to qualify for Medicaid but still need help paying for their medications.

The Free Medicine Program

www.freemedicineprogram.org
A site to link patients with medication assistance programs to get free prescription medications.

Free Medicine Revolution

www.freemedicinerevolution.com
A source for finding assistance programs from manufacturers.

Rx Savings Plus

www.rxsavingsplus.com
Patients can print off a free discount card to receive an average discount of 20% on their prescription medications.

General Assistance
Information about public assistance programs that aid eligible individuals find help paying for utilities, food and other needs.
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Hoosiers Helping Hoosiers

www.hoosiershelpinghoosiers.org
A program initiated by the Indianapolis Colts to connect Hoosiers who need help to those who want to give help. They have a list of government and community organizations that provide resources for health care, food, housing, and temporary assistance to people with limited income.

BenefitsCheckup

www.benefitscheckup.org
A service provided by the National Council on Aging that helps seniors find public assistance programs. This website has a list of public and private programs that can assist seniors in finding help to pay for:

  • Prescription drugs
  • Nutrition (including Supplemental Nutrition Assistance (SNAP)/Food Stamps)
  • Energy assistance
  • Financial
  • Legal
  • Health care
  • Social Security
  • Housing
  • In-home services
  • Tax relief
  • Transportation
  • Educational assistance
  • Employment
  • Volunteer services

211

www.211.org
A source for finding help with food, housing, employment, healthcare, counseling, and more.

Needy Meds

www.needymeds.org
A source for patient assistance programs, disease based programs, clinic listings, discount drug cards, coupons for OTC medications and government programs.