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Northside Hospital’s Colorectal Cancer Transportation Assistance Program


Lack of transportation can be a major barrier to receiving cancer screening or treatment. Many people forego much needed medical care because they...


Co-Pay Assistance Resources & Pharmaceutical Patient Assistance Programs

Co-Pay Assistance Programs
These programs are set up to assist patients with insurance that have co-pays for chemotherapy or prescription medications. Every program has its own guidelines. You can contact the organization for eligibility criteria. The contact information is provided below.

CancerCare Co-Payment
Assistance Foundation

(866) 552-6729

Chronic Disease Fund

(877) 968-7233

HealthWell Foundation

(800) 675-8416

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Co-Pay Assistance Program

(877) 557-2672

National Organization for
Rare Disorders

(800) 999-6673

Patient Access Network Foundation

(866) 316-7263

Patient Advocate Foundation
Co-Pay Relief Program

(866) 512-3861

Patient Services Incorporated

(800) 366-7741

Needy Meds

Both insured and uninsured people should visit this website. Informational website that has up-to-date contact and instructions about various pharmaceutical manufacturers' drug assistance programs—for free brand or generic medications—and a listing of co-pay assistance cards and programs for persons who are insured.

Rx Outreach
Phone: (800) 769-3880

This licensed mail-order pharmacy provides affordable medications in 90 and 180 day supplies. Household income restrictions apply.

Drug Company Cards for Medicare Part D Enrollees

AZ & Me Prescription Savings Program for People with Medicare Part D

This card for AstraZeneca drugs is for Medicare Part D recipients who meet certain income limits and other eligibility criteria.

GSK Commitment to Access

This card that provides GlaxoSmithKline medicines for patients on Medicare Part D who have spent $600 and meet other criteria.