Rx Assistance

Medications, Prescriptions, More

AARP Pharmacy Services
Provides information on discounted drugs and services for AARP members. Site includes information and applications for MembeRx Choice discount program and Prescription Savings Service, which save an average 19 percent on most pharmacy drugs. Add To Favorites

Fill out online questionnaires in minutes to find programs for people age 55 and older that may pay some costs of prescription drugs, health care, utilities and more. Add To Favorites

Order prescription and non-prescription drugs and more from this Canadian online pharmacy, for substantially lower prices than U.S. pharmacies. Add To Favorites

Canadian Prescription Drugs Inc.
Licensed Canadian pharmacists fill prescriptions written by U.S. physicians. Call 877-966-0567 to start the process. Costs substantially less than U.S. pharmacies. Add To Favorites

Offers broader health care products and services that help control drug spending and help improve quality of care. Provides comprehensive health and medical information on a wide range of topics to help manage all of your prescription benefits. Add To Favorites

Center for Drug Evaluation and Research
Assures that safe and effective drugs are available to the American people. Add To Favorites

Consumer Drug Information - FDA
Provided by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, these online Information Sheets give general information about newly approved prescription drugs. Add To Favorites

Consumer Med Safety.org - Institute for Safe Medication Practices
Works to advance patient safety worldwide by empowering the healthcare community, including consumers, to prevent medication errors and adverse drug events. Add To Favorites

Consumer Reports Best Buy Drugs
A free website that helps consumers save money on medicines. The reports compare a variety of prescription drugs on price, effectiveness and safety to help consumers and their doctors identify the most effective and affordable medicines. Add To Favorites

Directory of Prescription Drug Patient Assistance Programs
Maintains a searchable database of dozens of pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs. Search by member company, program name, drug name, or drug and program. Add To Favorites

Licensed Canadian pharmacists fill prescriptions written by U.S. physicians. Costs substantially less than U.S. pharmacies. Add To Favorites

Drug Assistance Programs from Pharmaceutical Companies
Most pharmaceutical companies run programs aimed to facilitate the accessibility to needed medications for patient who are in financial difficulties and are not eligible for Medicare, Medicaid or private insurance. Add To Favorites

Drug Assistant
A software system used by hospitals, clinics and patient advocates to access discount medications for their indigent patients. Add To Favorites

Drug Search at MayoClinic.com
Online search and information about over-the-counter and prescription drugs. Add To Favorites

A comprehensive database that provides information, news alerts, drug recalls, side effects, and pending litigation associated with various drugs and their manufacturers about potentially dangerous drugs currently on the market or previously available worldwide. Add To Favorites

Drugs.com - Pill Identification Wizard
Provides a search tool to identify pills by either name, imprint, shape or color. Add To Favorites

Offers prescription drugs at up to 30 percent savings on medicines not covered by your insurance. Add To Favorites

A comprehensive resource featuring information on various medications, including prescription and over-the-counter drugs, and those currently available or previously distributed worldwide. Site is not affiliated with any pharmaceutical companies or drug manufacturers. Add To Favorites

eCompounding Pharmacy
One of the largest directories of compounding pharmacies in the United States. Compounding pharmacists work directly with prescribers including physicians, nurse practitioners and veterinarians, to create customized medication solutions for patients whose unique healthcare needs cannot be met by manufactured medications, including persons with autism. Add To Favorites

Automated, online tool for physicians and healthcare providers to obtain free prescription drugs for indigent patients. Add To Favorites

Institute for Safe Medication Practices
A nonprofit organization that works closely with healthcare practitioners and institutions, regulatory agencies, professional organizations and the pharmaceutical industry to provide education about adverse drug events and their prevention. Add To Favorites

Kaiser Family Foundation Medicare Drug Benefit Resources
This site helps individuals with the transition to the Medicare prescription plan. Individuals who did not declare a plan choice before late December were placed in a plan by Medicare, and the plan may not cover all of their medications. Add To Favorites

Low-income Medicare enrollees pay $12 for a 30-day supply of any Eli Lilly prescription drug dispensed at a pharmacy, including Evista, Humulin, Humalog, Prozac, Sarafem and Zyprexa. Save an average of $600 a year per medication for chronic conditions. Add To Favorites

MedData Services Prescription Assistance Program
Program provides doctors and patients with information needed to apply for free medications. Add To Favorites

NAMI Patient Drug Assistance Programs
Some pharmaceutical companies offer medication assistance programs to low-income individuals and families. These programs typically require a doctor?s consent and proof of financial status. They may also require that you have either no health insurance, or no prescription drug benefit through your health insurance. Add To Favorites

Provides information about patient assistance programs, searchable by particular drugs or by individual programs. Also offers Pharmaceutical Discount Card Comparison, applications to some programs, and more. Add To Favorites

Partnership for Prescription Assistance
Brings together the nation's pharmaceutical companies, doctors, other health care providers, patient advocacy organizations and community groups to help qualifying patients who lack prescription coverage get the medicines they need through the public or private program that's right for them. PAP offers a single point of access to more than 275 public and private patient assistance programs, including more than 150 programs offered by pharmaceutical companies. Add To Favorites

Patient Assistance Programs Rx (PAPrx)
Allows medical office workers to create and track the forms required by pharmaceutical companies when requesting prescription medications for indigent patients. “Provides every PAP medication and every PAP form available." Add To Favorites

Pfizer Helpful Answers
Pfizer Helpful Answers offers patient assistance programs to people without prescription coverage. These programs provide savings on Pfizer medicines, regardless of age or income; or free Pfizer medicines for people with limited incomes who qualify. Add To Favorites

Compares prescription drug prices for more than 1,000 medications. Also provides pharmacy ratings and shipping fees so you can compare total costs. Add To Favorites

Developed by the National Institutes of Health to aid in the identification of unknown solid dosage pharmaceuticals. The system combines high-resolution images of tablets and capsules with FDA-approved appearance information (imprint, shape, color, etc.) to enable users to visually search for and identify an unknown solid dosage pharmaceutical. Add To Favorites

Prescription Discount Program
Provides value-added healthcare benefits, programs, and services for its partners. Recognizes the need to provide affordable prescription drugs for the uninsured and underinsured. Add To Favorites

RxAssist and RxAssist Plus
RxAssist provides physicians and other healthcare providers with information about patient assistance programs. Site also offers information about RxAssist Plus, patient and medication tracking software. Patients can download an information packet describing prescription-assistance options. Add To Favorites

Helps physicians and patient advocates obtain, apply for or track requests for no-cost medications for patients who are unable to afford them and do not have access to prescription insurance or government-funded programs. Consumers can find information about prescription assistance programs, drugs, and pharmaceutical companies’ products and services. Add To Favorites

Social Security Administration: Help with Prescription Drug Costs
Provides information for Medicare beneficiaries with limited income and resources who might be eligible for help with Medicare prescription drug costs. Add To Favorites