PRESCRIPTION RESOURCES

If you have HIV or AIDS, please look on this website under HIV / AIDS RESOURCES    
for even more help! 

If you are a Cancer patient, please ALSO see FINANCIAL RESOURCES on this website 
under CANCER FINANCIAL RESOURCES!

If you are a Veteran, also see VETERAN RESOURCES & VETERAN FINANCIAL RESOURCES 
page! There are special programs for you in addition to these!


2 BRAND NEW PROGRAMS TO HELP!

Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drugs Company (MCCPDC) 
Phone: 833-926-3384
Website: https://costplusdrugs.com
At Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company, we offer hundreds of common (and often life-saving
medications at the lowest possible price. We provide complete transparency on the cost of 
drugs that patients know they are getting a fair price. As a public-benefit corporation, we prior-
itize our social mission of improving public health. 
&
Our prices are the true cost to get each medication from the manufacturer to you. We cut out
the pharmacy middlemen and negotiate directly with manufactures to get the best possible 
price. Then, we show you exactly how much you'll pay for us to keep our business running &
how much it will cost to prepare and ship your prescription. We do not accept insurance at this
time because in most cases, even without insurance, our prices are less than what you would
pay when using your insurance at a typical pharmacy. 

American Diabetes Association
Website: 
If you are struggling to pay for insulin and diabetes medication, the American Diabetes Association 
can help. There are four insulin manufacturers who offer immediate assistance and long-term res-
ources; in order to find the right support for you, you may be asked for the following information:
Find out who your manufacturer is by checking the company logo on your insulin vial or pen
and call using the numbers provided below:

ALSO:

World Medical Relief Prescription Assistance     
21725 Melrose Ave.  
Southfield, MI  48075                                      
Phone:  313-866-5333         
Email:  info@worldmedicalrelief.com              
Website: https://www.worldmedicalrelief.org
Affordable Prescription Program:
Established in 1966, this program provides prescription medicines to financially qualified indivi-
duals, age 18 and older living in Michigan. The program is for people who are uninsured or under-insured. After an application process, eligible clients can receive prescriptions through our state-licensed pharmacy. Prescriptions are then either sent directly to their home or picked up in person. There is a handling fee of $8.30 per prescription, plus postage if mailed to the home. 
Medical Supply Service:
By working closely with other non-profits in our community, we are able to provide a variety of 
medical supplies to even more people in need. These supplies include dressings, kerlix bandages, 
and liquid nutritional supplements. To be accepted into the program, clients must have a referral 
from a social service agency or prescription from a licensed health care professional. We also have adult diapers, pull-ups, & bed-pads available.
Other services available through World Medical Relief include durable medical equipment such 
as hospital beds, wheelchairs, shower chairs, walkers, canes; also basic medical and colostomy
supplies, liquid nutrition and incontinent products.  

PhRMA's Medicine Assistance Tool (MAT)  (Formerly the Partnership for Prescription Alliance)
Website: https://mat.org
PhRMA's Medicine Assistance Tool (MAT) is a search engine designed to help patients, caregivers 
and health care providers learn more about the resources available through the various biopharm-
aceutical industry programs. MAT is not its own patient assistance program, but rather a search 
engine for many of the patient assistance resources that the bio-pharmaceutical industry offers. 

CAAHP—Project Bismutha                  
3601 15 Mile 
Sterling Heights, MI  48310 
Phone: 586-722-7278
Website: https://www.projectbismutha.org
CAAHP Project Bismutha joined the Chaldean Community Foundation to provide free medical 
services for uninsured Iraqi Christians. CAAHP is a compassionate group of medical profess-
ionals within our community that work to deliver quality donated medical care to Project Bis-
mutha clients in need. Project Bismutha is open to adult members of the Metro Detroit Iraqi 
Christian community who are:
1.  Between the ages of 19 and 64 years old
2.  Completely medically uninsured
3.  Meet the financial eligibility guidelines
4.  Not eligible for Medicaid or Medicare
5.  Legal residents of the United States
Available Services include:
Access to discount prescription medication

Crossroads of Michigan--Main Office
2424 West Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI  48208
Phone: 313-831-2787
Website: https://crossroadsofmichigan.org
&
Crossroads East at Salem
21230 Moross 
Detroit, MI  48236
Phone:  313-822-4441
Website: https://crossroadsofmichigan.org
Crossroads is a social service outreach agency with two locations in Detroit. Founded in 1971, 
Cross- roads exists to support the community at large by providing emergency assistance
(including prescriptions), advocacy, and counseling to anyone in need.

Michigan Parkinson Foundation
30400 Telegraph   Suite 150
Bingham Farms, MI  48025
Phone: 248-433-1011   800-852-9781 Toll-Free 
Email:  info@parkinsonsmi.org
Website:  https://www.parkinsonsmi.org
Michigan Parkinson Foundation can assist people (financially qualified) with Parkinson's disease 
obtain some relief for PD medication cost (only certain medications apply). Qualified individuals
must be a MI resident. We take into consideration not only annual income but how much you pay 
out of pocket for medical bills. Once you complete the application and meet all criteria, your medications will be mailed directly to you.

National Kidney Foundation of Michigan
1169 Oak Valley Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI  48108
Phone: 734-222-9800    800-482-1455 Toll-Free
Email: info@nkfm.org
Website: https://www.nkfm.org
The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan offers a wide variety of programs and services that 
help people with kidney disease learn about their disease, support family members, and receive services when Peer Mentoring, Kidney PATH, Kids Camp, an 800 number for resources and sup-
port, an emergency fund, medical ID tags, a CKD intern program, and the Swartz / Ferriter Scholar-
ship. These programs and services educate and empower caregivers and people living with any 
stage of kidney disease, from pre-dialysis to those with a transplant, to live a healthy life despite 
their kidney disease.

Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan
1921 W. Michigan Ave.
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-544-0015
Website: https://hfmich.org
HFM’s Outreach and Community Education Manager will work in conjunction with you and your Treatment Center Social Worker or other health care provider to understand your unique needs 
and see if you meet the criteria for our financial assistance program.
In order to qualify for the program:
1.  You, or a family member living in your household, must have a hereditary bleeding disorder
2.  You must not have received financial assistance from HFM in the past twelve months. The 
      financial assistance program supports temporary financial emergency situations such as 
      (but not limited to) eviction and utility shut off. Each situation is evaluated on a case-by-case
      basis. Availability of the program is subject to the status of the financial assistance program 
      fund.

Myasthenia Gravis Association
National Office Address:
355 Lexington Ave. 15th Floor
New York, NY  10017
Phone: 800-541-5454
Email: mgfa@myasthenia.org
Website: https://myasthenia.org
&
Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of Michigan 
2660 Horizon Dr. SE   Suite 235
Grand Rapids, MI  49546
Phone: 616-956-0622
Website: https://mg-mi.org/index.shtml 
Provides mail-order medication for the drugs Mestinon and Prednisone for people diagnosed 
with Myasthenia Gravis.

Lupus Alliance
30200 Telegraph  Suite 170
Bingham Farms, MI  48025
Phone: 800-705-6677
Email:  info@milupus.org
Website: https://milupus.org 
Lupus Love Project:
The Lupus Love Project is an Emergency Grant providing financial assistance to people with 
lupus undergoing particularly trying times. Currently we support residents of MI and northern 
Indiana, with priority given to foundation members. The Lupus Emergency Grant Program is 
contingent upon the ability to show financial need and availability of funds. Applications should 
be filled out with a staff member of the Michigan Lupus Foundation which are available by con- tacting our office.


INDIVIDUAL COUNTY RESOURCES 

Please also check under the ADULT MEDICAL RESOURCES or the CHILDREN'S MEDICAL RESOURCES pages on this website as some clinics will supply your medicine! Please click 
on these highlighted pages here to be taken to those pages! 

BE SURE TO CHECK INDIVIDUAL MICHIGAN COUNTY PROGRAMS LISTED UNDER NATIONAL 
PRESCRIPTION RESOURCES BELOW!


NATIONAL PRESCRIPTION RESOURCES: 

The Assistance Fund
Phone: 855-845-3663
Website: www.tafcares.org
Manages 40 funds that can help patients with cancer and other serious diseases to pay for
their medications.

Beyond Type 1
Mailing Address:
1001 Laurel  Suite B
San Carlos, CA  94070
Phone: 650-924-5959
Email: community@beyondtype1.org
Website: https://getinsulin.org/get-urgent-insulin-support
These options can’t be used every month as a way to access your existing prescription of
insulin, but for one-time use during an urgent situation. You must have an unexpired pres-
cription for the insulin you need in order to use these options.

Benefits.gov
Phone: 800-333-4636
Website: www.benefits.gov
Online resource to find out about possible government assistance. 

Blink Health 
Phone: 844-366-2211
Website: www.blinkhealth.com 
Can help patients save up to 95% on prescriptions through more than 57,000 participating 
pharmacies nationwide; open to anyone, but individuals who are uninsured or have high 
deductibles or expensive co-pays may benefit most. 

Family Reach
New Jersey Office:
1719 Route 10  Suite 303
Parsippany, NJ  07054
Phone: 973-394-1411
Email:  FTP@familyreach.org
Website: https://familyreach.org/our-mission
Family Reach is a national organization dedicated to eradicating the financial barriers that 
accompany a cancer diagnosis, a widespread issue known as Cancer-Related Financial 
Toxicity (CRFT). We work with patients and healthcare professionals at more than 400 top-
tier hospitals and cancer centers, striving to reach more families before they hit critical
financial breaking points. Through our solutions-oriented Financial Treatment, nationwide 
events, strategic partnerships, and generous community support, we disrupt how cancer financially affects families.

GOOD DAYS   (formerly The Chronic Disease Fund) 
Main Office Address
2611 Internet Blvd.  Suite 105
Frisco, TX  75034 
Phone: 972-608-7141    877-968-7233
Email: info@mygooddays.org
Website: https://www.mygooddays.org
Copay Assistance:
We cover what insurance won't- the co-pays for treatments that can extend life and alleviate 
suffering. Our ability to pay for the otherwise unaffordable co-insurance means these extra-
ordinary medicines- some of the most sophisticated treatments in healthcare, the result of 
years of research- can fulfill the promise for which they were developed.
Diagnostic Testing Assistance:
Many insurance plans do not cover diagnostic testing, which could be key in obtaining a 
proper diagnosis and/or appropriate treatment plan. for this reason, we offer financial assist-
ance to cover the cost of diagnostic testing.
Premium Assistance:
Patients fighting chronic or life-altering diseases are often forced into financially demanding 
situations. At Good Days, we have a Premium Assistance Program for individuals who need 
help paying their monthly medical insurance premiums.
&
Although understanding the ever-changing healthcare system may be a challenge, our expert
team of Care Navigators annually guide patients through the process of researching plan 
options and completing enrollment. Premium Assistance may also cover plans for the patient’s
family where applicable. By guiding patients or caregivers through the enrollment process & 
providing access to medical insurance coverage, the Premium Assistance program provides 
families financial relief.  

HEALTHWELL FOUNDATION
P.O. Box 489
Buckeystown, MD  21717
Phone: 800-675-8416
Website: www.healthwellfoundation.org 
When health insurance is not enough, we’re here to help your patients — with co-pays, prem-
iums, deductibles and out-of-pockets expenses for prescriptions, supplies, supplements and
more. We offer financial assistance through a number of Disease Funds, with new funds open-
ing every year, so they can get the care they need.

Patient Advocate Foundation Co-pay Relief Program 
421 Butler Farm Road
Hampton, Virginia  23666
Phone: 757-952-0118    866-512-3861
Email: CPR@patientadvocate.org
Website: https://copays.org
At Patient Advocate Foundation Co-Pay Relief Program, we put patient and family peace of 
mind above all else. We provide direct payment for co-pays, co-insurance, and deductibles 
for patients who need financial assistance.

Patient Access Network Foundation 
PO Box 30500 
Bethesda, MD 20824 
Phone: 866-316-7263 
Email: info@panfoundation.org 
Website: https://www.panfoundation.org/index.php/en
&
For questions about physician- and patient-related claims: 
Patient Access Network Foundation 
PO Box 2310 
Mt. Clemens, MI  48046 
Phone: 1-866-316-7263 
The PAN Foundation offers nearly 70 disease-specific assistance programs to help patients
pay for their out-of-pocket costs, such as deductibles, co-pays and co-insurance, travel ex-
penses and health insurance premiums. Click on the names of the funds below to see which 
funds are currently accepting applications, what type of assistance is available and whether
you are eligible for a grant based on your type of health insurance coverage and household income. Please check this page regularly because a disease fund status can change.

Patient Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 5930
Midlothian, VA  23112
Phone: 800-366-7741
Website: www.patientservicesinc.org
Patient Services, Inc. continues to provide peace of mind to patients living with specific 
chronic illnesses by providing financial assistance to eligible persons by:

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Susan Lang Pay-It-Forward Patient Travel Assistance Program
PO Box 12268
Newport News, VA  23612
Phone: 877-557-2672
E-mail: FinancialAssistance@LLS.org
Website: https://www.lls.org/support/financial-support/co-pay-assistance-program
We can help pay for:
1.   Medical insurance premiums
2.   Treatment-related co-pays, deductibles, and co-insurance (for expenses covered by
       the program)
3.   Prescription medication related to prescribed treatment
LLS can pay your provider directly or reimburse you for payments already made. You 
have complete freedom to choose doctors, providers, suppliers, insurance companies 
and treatment-related medications. You can make changes to these at any time without 
affecting your continued eligibility.

The National Children's Cancer Society 
500 N. Broadway  Suite 1850 
St Louis, MO  63102
Phone: 314-241-1600 
Website: https://www.thenccs.org/financial-assistance
The Emergency Assistance Fund provides $300 in emergency assistance per year to fami-
lies who have a child that has been inpatient or away from home for (15) consecutive days 
within the past three months. Assistance may be used for mortgage, rent, utility payments, childcare, health insurance premiums, car expenses or treatment-related expenses such 
as meals away from home, prescriptions, and parking.
Eligibility:
1.   Transportation Assistance Fund eligibility must be met
2.   Child must have been inpatient for 15 consecutive days during the past 90 days 
3.   OR child must have been away from home / relocated for treatment for 15 consecutive 
      days during the past 90 days.

NEEDY MEDS Inc.
P.O. Box 219
Gloucester, MA  01931
Phone: 800-503-6897
Website:  https://www.needymeds.org/pap
Prescription assistance can be offered in the way of Patient Assistance Programs (PAPs), 
which are created by pharmaceutical companies to provide free or discounted medicines 
for people who are unable to afford them. Each program has its own qualifying criteria. 
NOTE: This website has a HUGE database of pharmaceutical company programs!  

National Association of Rare Disorders (NORD)
National Headquarters, CT Office
55 Kenosia Ave.
Danbury, CT  06810
Phone: 203-744-0100
&
Washington, DC Office
1779 Massachusetts Ave.  Suite 500
Washington, DC  20036
Phone: 202-588-5700
&
Massachusetts Office
1900 Crown Colony Dr.  Suite 310
Quincy, MA  02169
Phone: 617-249-7300
Website: https://rarediseases.org/for-patients-and-families/help-access-medications/patient
-assistance-programs-2/#section-1
Since 1987, NORD has provided assistance programs to help patients obtain life saving or 
life-sustaining medication they could not otherwise afford. These programs provide medi-
cation, financial assistance with insurance premiums and co-pays, diagnostic testing assist-
ance, and travel assistance for clinical trials or consultation with disease specialists.

RX ASSIST Patient Assistance Program Center
Email: info@rxassist.org
Website: https://www.rxassist.org
RxAssist is a resource center with information about patient assistance programs. Medicare 
Part D, programs for low-cost medications and any other issues related to pharmaceutical 
access. RxAssist is a nationally recognized, web-based medication assistance resource cen-
ter. Established in 1999 with funding from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, RxAssist 
gives providers, advocates, consumer and caregivers comprehensive, up-to-date information 
in an easy-to-use format.

Merck Patient Assistance Program
PO Box 690
Horsham, PA 19044-9979 
Phone: 800-727-5400
Website: https://www.merckhelps.com/Home.aspx
At Merck, we believe that no one should go without the medicines or vaccines they need. That 
is why the company provides certain medicines and adult vaccines for free to people who do 
not have prescription drug or health insurance coverage and who, without our assistance, can-
not afford their Merck medicine and vaccines. This is consistent with Merck's long-held values 
and traditions of putting patients first. If you or someone you know needs help paying for med-
icines or adult vaccines, the Merck Patient Assistance Program, Inc., may be able to help.

GSK Patient Assistance Program 
Phone: 888-825-5249
Website: https://www.gskforyou.com
GSK offers patient assistance programs to help those without prescription medicine coverage 
get certain GSK prescription medicines through the mail for free. Find out which patient assist-
ance programs you may qualify for in just a few easy steps.  NOTE: Some prescription medicines 
are only available at a retail pharmacy and are not distributed through mail order. 

Friends of Man
P.O. Box 937
Littleton, CO  80160-0937
Phone: 303-798-2342
Website: https://www.friendsofman.org
At Friends of Man, we are a 501(c)(3), non-profit, tax-exempt charity using 100% of donations 
for charitable assistance. We work through Referring Professionals (caseworkers, case mana-
gers, health care workers, social workers, counselors, teachers, clergy) who apply on behalf 
of their patients and clients needing mobility equipment, prosthetics, glasses, dentures, hear-
ing aids, and much more!
Friends of Man helps people of all ages with a large variety of needs, including:


METRO DETROIT & DETROIT

C-ASIST Family Health Clinic
23100 Cherry Hill Suite 9
Dearborn, MI 48124
Phone: 313-670-9943
Email: info@fhc.c-asist.org
Website: https://c-asist.org/#
Primary health care with prescription assistance. See listing under ADULT MEDICAL 
RESOURCES on this website.

The Salvation Army / Dearborn Heights Citadel Corps 
26700 Warren 
Dearborn Heights, MI  48127
Phone: 313-563-4457 #105
To receive service for prescriptions assistance, you must be able to show the following: 
The Salvation Army will assist with up to $50.00 per person / per year. 

Brownstown Recreation Department
21311 Telegraph 
Brownstown, MI  48183
Phone: 734-675-0920 
Website: https://brownstownrec.org/default.aspx
Seniors over age 65 who have no insurance coverage could be eligible to participate in 
one of several free or discounted prescription programs. For information, call the center 
at the number above. Check with YOUR Recreation Dept. or neighboring towns to see if 
they also offer a similar program! 

Family Medical Center of Michigan
13101 Allen   Bldg. 4  Entrance C
Southgate, MI  48195
Phone: 734-654-2159
Website: https://www.familymedicalmi.org
340B Pharmacy Program---check it out at www.familymedicalmi.org/340B for more infor-
mation & qualifications. Also has other programs in other locations. See website for 
more locations!


LENAWEE COUNTY

Family Medical Center of Michigan
770 Riverside Dr.
Adrian MI  49221
Phone: 517-263-1800
Website: https://www.familymedicalmi.org
340B Pharmacy Program---check it out at www.familymedicalmi.org/340B for more infor-
mation and qualifications. Also has other programs in other locations. See website for 
more locations!


MACOMB COUNTY    

Trinity Community Care
47511 Van Dyke Ave.
Shelby Twp., MI   48317
Phone: 586-649-3014
Email: trinitycommunitycare@gmail.com
Website: https://trinitycommunitycare.org
Provides free medical and dental care to those who cannot afford it, delivered with uncon-
ditional Christian love. Services they provide:  primary care, dental services, pharmacy &
mental health counseling. Must be 19 or older and have household income at or below 250%
of the Federal poverty level and be uninsured or underinsured.

CBM Health Care - Clinton Township
42627 Garfield  #213
Clinton Township, MI  48038
Phone: 586-783-3904
Website: https://www.freeclinics.com/det/mi_48038_cbm-health-care


MONROE COUNTY

Family Medical Center of Michigan
1085 N. Macomb
Monroe, MI  48162
Phone: 734-654-2169
&
8765 Lewis Ave.
Temperance, MI  48182
Phone: 734-654-2169
&
120 Medical Center Dr.
Carleton, MI  48117
Phone: 734-654-2169
Website:  https://www.familymedicalmi.org
340B Pharmacy Program---check it out at www.familymedicalmi.org/340B for more infor-
mation and qualifications. Also has other programs in other locations. See website for 
more locations!

AID IN MILAN
89 W. Main
Milan, MI 48160
Phone: 734-439-8420
Email: info@aidinmilan.org
Website: https://aidinmilan.org/seasonal-support
Aid in Milan provides financial assistance for emergency needs such as prescriptions. 
This assistance is available to qualified residents of the Milan Area School District and 
the 48160 zip code. Call us for more information.


OAKLAND COUNTY

Neighbor For Neighbor 
495 Broadway
Davisburg, MI  48350
Phone: 248-634-0900
Email: nfndavisburg@gmail.com
Website: neighborforneighbor.net
Seniors 62+ can get a once-a-year gift card -- must bring in a prescription receipt in order 
to receive a card.
Eligibility Guidelines
Neighbor For Neighbor offers services to individuals and families whose earnings are below 
income guidelines shown in the chart below. The annual, monthly and weekly values for each household size includes all income for ALL EARNERS in the household. In our experience, 
people often worry that they might not qualify for services, but as you can see from the chart 
below, a family of 4 earning less than $1029 per week still qualifies for our services.
When you come to apply for services, please bring:
Who we can help:
We provide services to eligible individuals and families who reside in the following parts of 
North Oakland County:


WASHTENAW COUNTY

AID IN MILAN 
89 W. Main 
Milan, MI 48160 
Phone: 734-439-8420
Email: info@aidinmilan.org
Website: https://aidinmilan.org/seasonal-support
Aid in Milan provides financial assistance for emergency needs such as prescriptions. 
This assistance is available to qualified residents of the Milan Area School District and 
the 48160 zip code. Call us for more information.

Saline Social Services
1259 Industrial Drive
Saline, MI
Phone: 734-429-4570
Email: info@salinesocialservice.com
Website:
https://salinesocialservice.com/fbclid=IwAR3PMulwsuOKry4chfGHOwlrTAJlsjMKwKuto
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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalineAreaSocialService
Limited assistance with prescription co-pays. 







This page was last updated: October 2, 2022


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