Discount Cards and Coupons
Coast2Coast is a free prescription discount card.
Cou-Co.com is a resource that offers coupons, as well as resources for co-payments and other educational resources.
Familywize is a discount card for prescription drugs.
GoodRx compares the prices of prescription drugs and looks for coupons in more than 60,000 pharmacies in the US.
One Rx allows patients to search for coupons and discounts, and search by adding insurance to view co-payments and insurance restrictions before going to the pharmacy.
Discount Mail Orders
Rx Outreach is a non-profit pharmacy based in St. Louis that offers discounts on mail order medications.
Assistance Programs for Prescription Drugs
Needy Meds provides information about patient assistance programs.
CoverRx assists people who do not have pharmacy coverage, but need medication. Cover Rx offers access to more than 200 generic drugs and some brand name drugs for insulin and mental health medications.
MedLink helps enrolled members with drug assistance programs to find the best price options.
Rx Hope is a group of advocates that facilitate and expedite the patient assistance program for its users.
The Association for Prescription Assistance helps eligible patients without pharmacy coverage to obtain the medicines they need free or almost free.
The database of the Patient Assistance Program allows users to request medicines from each particular manufacturer in one place.
Project Access Nashville links people without health insurance to primary care clinics that belong to a network of clinics that care for patients based on their ability to pay. It is a network of providers that offer a range of primary health care services, including access to pharmacy services.
The Thomas Health Hope Dispensary offers free or low-cost medications dispensed to eligible people who lack insurance and have limited income. It has more than 300 medications used to treat a wide range of conditions, including high blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes.
Milligram is an online program that helps patients and providers search for drugs at the lowest price in a certain zip code.
Direct Relief has created partnerships with multiple manufacturers of medical supplies that donate necessary medicines and supplies and take advantage of large-scale markets to offer these products to network clinics and health centers from a single source, at no cost.
In addition to these resources, some commercial pharmacies also offer drugs at discount prices. Check with your local pharmacy for more information.