We know care can be costly and we want to help. We've looked up some ways to help you find financial assistance with the medications and healthcare you need.

CenterWell Specialty Pharmacy

CenterWell Specialty Pharmacy™ offers patient assistance programs to help with the financial costs of specialty medications. In 2019, CenterWell Specialty Pharmacy helped patients find over $108.9 million in patient assistance funds and has relationships with over 175 funding sources.*

Non-profit foundations

Many foundations and charitable organizations provide direct financial assistance to those who qualify, helping patients with prescription drug copayments at little to no cost.

Here are some of the most common foundations CenterWell Specialty Pharmacy works with:

  • Patient Advocate Foundation
  • Good Days (also known as Chronic Disease Fund)
  • Patient Access Network (PAN) Foundation
  • Healthwell Foundation®
  • Leukemia Lymphoma Society®

Extra Help with Low Income Subsidy (LIS)

Eligible beneficiaries who have limited income may qualify for Extra Help, a government program that helps pay for Medicare Part D prescription drug cost at a fraction of or no cost.

Find out how to qualify for Extra Help

Drug manufacturers

Drug manufacturers may provide patient assistance programs and/or coupon cards for insurance policy holders who may not qualify for other government-funded health coverage. Explore the resources we’ve collected for you below.

Patient assistance directories

If you don’t see a program above that fits your needs, here are resources that can connect you with a program that’s right for you.

*2019 financial assistance amount was determined by the total amount billed to and paid by manufacturer and charitable financial assistance programs for CenterWell Specialty Pharmacy patients. Financial assistance is based on eligibility needs.

Other ways to save on your prescriptions

Generics help save money

Generic medicines are approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and are just as safe and effective as brand-name drugs but generally cost less.

Over-the-counter medicines

Over-the-counter (OTC) drugs can be a cheaper option to prescription medicine for common ailments, such as headaches, colds or allergies.