Special organizations for people with fibromyalgia
Evidence based Medical Information
Find Medical Experts
Special programs to help veterans
FREE services for people with disabilities
Integrative Medicine Services and Research
Medical Research Organizations
Organizations to help with addictions
Emotional Assistance Organizations
Non Profit Organizations (NPO)
Cost Savings Programs
Legal Information, Organizations and Services

COST SAVINGS PROGRAMS

1-800-Charity Cars

Provides donated vehicles for free to a wide array of individuals. The list of those they help includes the “medically needy”.

Benefits and Checkup

A patient assistance program that provides certain GSK prescription medicines to qualified patients who need help paying for treatment.

Dental Lifeline Network

Provides donated dental services. They will connect you with a dentist who will make up a treatment plan for you.

Dental coverage in the Marketplace

In the Health Insurance Marketplace, you can get dental coverage 2 ways: as part of a health plan, or by itself through a separate, stand-alone dental plan.

Free Drug Card Program

Nationwide Prescription Assistance Program (PAP) sponsored by a non-profit organization to help all Americans lower their prescription drug costs. This program has LOWEST PRICE LOGIC to guarantee that you get the best deal on your prescriptions. – See more at: http://freedrugcard.us/#sthash.IbJo8Fdh.dpuf

Government Benefits

The official benefits website of the U.S. government
Informs citizens of benefits they may be eligible for
Provides information on how to apply for assistance, Learn facts about FREE MONEY and GRANTS

Healthcare Bluebook

Helps consumers save money on medical expenses — everything from drugs to x-rays — by giving them access to a nationwide database that estimates a “fair price” for watever they’re paying for.

Healthfinder

A US government website where you can apply for Medicare and patient assistance programs that offer free or discounted medications.

Medicare: State Senior Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs

Many states and the U.S. Virgin Islands offer help paying drug plan premiums and/or other drug costs. Select a state or territory below then click “Search” to see if any programs are available in your area.

Medicare and Medicaid: Open Payment

Sometimes, doctors and hospitals have financial relationships with health care manufacturing companies. These relationships can include money for research activities, gifts, speaking fees, meals, or travel. The Affordable Care Act requires CMS to collect information from applicable manufacturers and group purchasing organizations (GPOs) in order to report information about their financial relationships with physicians and hospitals.

Needy Meds

NeedyMeds is not a patient assistance program, but rather a source of information on thousands of programs that may be able to offer assistance to people in need. NeedyMeds does not have an application, nor can we answer questions about individual assistance programs. We strive to provide accurate and current information, but ask that you contact specific programs directly with questions.

Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services

The Clearinghouse provides information to people with disabilities, or anyone requesting information, by doing research and providing documents in response to inquiries. Information provided includes areas of federal funding for disability-related programs. Clearinghouse staff is trained to refer requests to other sources of disability-related information, if necessary.

Participation for Prescription Assistance

America’s biopharmaceutical research companies are on a mission to improve patient health, advance medical innovation, and fuel economic growth. The medicines they create provide hope that a cure can be found, treatment will be effective, and patients’ lives can be lived to their fullest. The Partnership for Prescription Assistance is one way to help connect qualifying patients with the assistance program that’s right for them.

Patient Advocate Foundation

A pharmaceutical co-payment assistance program for insured patients suffering with chronic pain.

Patients & Pros

We are able to assist patients across the United States with either private or public insurance who financially qualify but cannot afford the cost of their specialty therapeutics.  Good Days from CDF currently supports patients with more than two dozen different diseases, including many types of cancer (breast, colorectal, lung cancer, and multiple myeloma), multiple sclerosis, asthma, and macular degeneration, to name a few.

RxHope

RxHope is exactly what its name implies…a helping hand to people in need in obtaining critical medications that they would normally have trouble affording. We act as your advocate in making the patient assistance program journey easier and faster by supplying vital information and help.

Social Security

Provides Medicare and Medicaid information

The National Association of Free & Charitable Clinics

Provides a range of medical, dental, pharmacy, vision and behavioral health services to economically disadvantaged Americans. They can also help you find a free or charitable clinic near you that provides meals, companionship and safety checks to seniors and others with mobility issues

Together RX Access

Uninsured Americans gain access to immediate savings on prescription products right at their neighborhood pharmacies AND resources that help people take care of what’s most important—their health.

The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)

CHIP provides low-cost health coverage to children in families that earn too much money to qualify for Medicaid. In some states, CHIP covers parents and pregnant women. Each state offers CHIP coverage, and works closely with its state Medicaid program.

US Department of Housing and Urban Development

This department can connect you with your local Housing and Urban Development Office, which can lead you to a local housing authority that provides rental subidies to low-income families.

Vision or Vision Coverage

Vision coverage is a health benefit that at least partially covers vision care, like eye exams and glasses. All Qualified Health Plans (QHPs) sold on the Marketplaces include pediatric vision coverage. QHPs don’t have to include adult vision coverage, however. If adult vision coverage is important to you, check the details of any plan you’re considering to see if it’s included.