The Partnership for Prescription Assistance
Article submitted by Partnership for Prescription Assistance (PPA).
The Partnership for Prescription Assistance (PPA) is an excellent resource for seniors needing help obtaining their prescription medications. For eight years the PPA has helped more than eight million Americans receive the prescription medications they rely on to maintain a normal way of life. Without these programs, many of the PPA recipients would not have anywhere to turn for their medication needs and would, most likely, skip taking their prescriptions. Image having diabetes and not being able to afford the daily insulin required to maintain your blood sugar levels. Eventually, you may lose your sight or even a limb as a result of a lack of insulin. The good news? The PPA is here to help you.
The Partnership for Prescription Assistance does more than provide free or nearly free prescription drugs, we are a single point of access to more than 475 public and private patient assistance programs. From finding a free clinic to receiving support after a natural disaster, the PPA has hundreds of resources to help you, someone you know or someone you help. Remember, you will never be asked for money by a PPA call center representative, or on the PPA’s website.
If you need any of the services the Partnership for Prescription Assistance offers, please contact us. Our call center is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We accept calls in English, Spanish, and 150 other languages. The PPA is also here for America’s children, kids.pparx.org is the Partnership for Prescription Assistance’s dedicated site to help children receive immunization, medication, and regular check-ups when their parents cannot afford to pay for these services.
Posted May 2013 on www.SeniorsResourceGuide.com