What to do When You Cannot Afford your Medication?
If you are struggling to afford your medication, you are not alone. Over 40 million Americans are uninsured or underinsured and make daily choices between paying for their medication or basic living necessities. Many people go without medication or take less than prescribed due to the costs involved. This is a serious crises for many families as it drastically affects quality of life and can sometimes keep people from having medication that can save their lives.
It doesn't have to be this way
You may not know this, but there are unpublicized programs that have been around for decades that help people just like you get the medication they cannot afford.
In fact, there are over 250 Patient Assistance Programs out there that will give you your medication for little cost and sometimes ABSOLUTELY FREE!
Unfortunately, with so many available programs to use, even the minority of people who know about them don't know where to start... until now!
How to get help with Prescription Medication
Prescription Lifeline provides a single point of access to over 250 Patient Assistance Programs with full service advocacy to make sure that you:
· Find the best programs for your needed medication
· Qualify for the maximum amount of assistance
· Continue to receive assistance for the long term
The average person who calls Prescription Lifeline saves over $3,000 per year on medication cost. This not only increases their quality of life, but these programs often save their lives.
Call (888) 331-1002 to speak with a Patient Advocate today!