Medication Assistance Sub-Categories:
- There are currently no subcategories.
If you can't afford your meds, there may be a program that can help. Check out our list of organizations that can help you get free or low-cost prescription medications (if you meet some specific qualifications).
Can I Make a Withdrawal, Please?
Before we start talking about withdrawal in relation to drugs, we prefer to do our research.
Want to know what's really going into your body and it's intended purpose? DrugBank offers an extensive database of drugs and drug targets, both down to the molecular level.
If you're feeling a bit dizzy with the cost of your drugs, start with NeedyMeds.com.
This site has a good breakdown of different types of prescription coverage programs offered, along with a handy FAQ section.
RxAssist.org actually has information for both patients and health professionals.
This pharma-funded site has a database of patient assistance programs.
Because of the technology harnessed by RxHope.com, you can -- get this -- receive your medication assistance in two minutes.
We'll take that over red tape any day!
The Partnership for Prescription Assistance
If you need medication but can't afford it, fear not. There may be hope for you through the Partnership for Prescription Assistance.
They can also be reached toll-free at 1-888-4PPA-NOW.