The Partnership for Prescription Assistance (PPA)
helps each person 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
What does PPA
PPA has an easy-to-use website, PPARx.org,
and a call center, 888-477-2669, that provides information and access
to more than 475 public and private prescription assistance programs.
If the person you provide care for has little or no health insurance,
these programs offer thousands of prescription medications for free
or at a discount to those who qualify.
Does the person I
provide care for qualify for PPA?
PPA includes many programs with different eligibility requirements.
To find out which one is best, you or the person you provide care for
can visit the PPA website, PPARx.org,
or call 888-477-2669.
What else should I know
PPA was created by pharmaceutical companies, doctors, nurses,
pharmacists, other health care providers, advocate organizations and
community leaders. The PPA website and call center also allows the
person you care for to check state and local government for other
assistance programs that offer free or discounted prescription
medicines and/or medical services the person you care for may need.
Look for your state under "Participating Programs" on the PPA
website. To learn more, visit PPARx.org,or call 888-477-2669.