Are a U.S. 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.
It only takes a few simple steps to receive long-term prescription drug assistance. To begin, please enter your medication then click below!
Over 250 pharmaceutical companies have developed Patient Assistance Programs to assist the uninsured who cannot afford their medicine. However, very few people know about these programs and those that do often find that applying for them is a confusing and prohibitive process. That is where we come in.
By becoming a member of SelectCare Benefits Network you will be assigned a Personal Care Advocate who will simplify the process of applying for Patient Assistance Programs and make it easy for you to get your medications for very little out of pocket cost. All of our Personal Care Advocates are highly knowledgeable and trained to work closely with patients and over 250 pharmaceutical companies.
Apply Now to see if you or a loved one qualifies like millions of others already have to receive prescription relief through Patient Assistance Programs.
Since our inception, we've helped thousands of families across the nation to save over $200,000,000 on out of pocket prescription costs. Now many of our members are able to keep more of their income for themselves and their families. Many more are able to take the medicines that their doctor has prescribed when otherwise they wouldn't have been able to due to the costs involved.
We invite medical professionals, social workers and others in the healthcare field to contact us to learn more about our proactive approach to Patient Advocacy and the amazing results we have had in helping the uninsured.
There are over 250 Patient Assistance Programs and each has different guidelines to qualify. Though you will generally qualify if you meet these three conditions:
The exact definition of economic “hardship” varies with each Patient Assistance Program, though most adhere to a formula related to the Federal Poverty guidelines. If your income is 200% below the Federal Poverty guidelines, then you will most likely qualify. The qualifying income levels for each state are outlined below.
200% of Federal Poverty Guidelines (2013)
|Persons in Family||48 Continental States and D.C.||Alaska||Hawaii|
|For each additional person, add||8,040||10,060||9,240|