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Prescription Assistance Program

  • En Español: Programa de Ayuda para Medicinas

    Allina Health providers see patients every day who rely on prescription medicines to manage chronic diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease. But for patients who have low income, are uninsured or underinsured, the cost of medications is too high.

    The Allina Health Prescription Assistance Program works to bridge this gap so patients can focus on getting better and not worry about how to pay for the medicine they need.

    Prescription Assistance Program staff members can help you apply to pharmaceutical companies for free or reduced-cost medications. The process takes 4 to 6 weeks.

    What are the eligibility requirements for the Prescription Assistance Program?

    How do I participate in the Prescription Assistance Program?

    Do I need to pay anything to participate?

    I have health insurance, but no prescription insurance. Am I eligible for prescription assistance?

    I have coverage for prescriptions with my health insurance, but I have reached my coverage limit. Am I eligible for prescription assistance?

    Can I get generic medications through the Prescription Assistance Program?

    I have Medicare and the Part D drug benefit component. Do I qualify for prescription assistance?

    I have Medicare Part D and I am in the "gap." Are there programs available to help?


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