People with limited or no health insurance often
have trouble getting the medicines and medical products they need.
Too many people today have to choose between their medicines and
other life necessities.
Through access2wellness, you can learn about a
variety of programs that, combined, offer more than 1,000
prescription medicines and medical products for free or at a discount
to qualified individuals. This site contains information about these
programs and how we can build relationships with patient, provider
and community organizations like yours to ensure people get the help
they need to lead healthier lives.
an Advocate Organization:
Learn how your organization can support our efforts to help people
find the assistance program that's best for them.
Help people determine their eligibility and apply for assistance
Programs available through
The Operating Companies of Johnson & Johnson, other
pharmaceutical companies as well as Medicare, Medicaid, state
governments, and a number of non-profit organizations have
established programs to help people gain easier access to the
medicines and medical products they need. Several of the programs are
Johnson & Johnson Patient Assistance Foundation - Offers free prescription
medications donated by the Operating Companies of Johnson and Johnson
to those who qualify. Learn more.
The Operating Companies of Johnson & Johnson also provide discounts
on many non-prescription, or over-the-counter, medicines
and medical products. Learn more
The Partnership for
Prescription Assistance (PPA) helps people find the best
public or private prescription assistance program to get the
discounted or free medicines they need. It also has links to many
other health care services and partner organizations. Learn more
Access® offers savings on medicines and medical products
from many leading pharmaceutical companies. Learn more
Drug Coverage Program (Medicare Part D)
may help people pay for their medicines if they are eligible for
State and local
assistance programs for discounted or free medicines are often
available to residents who qualify.
Learn more about the programs in your state on the PPA website