Start Here To Solve Your Prescription Problems
Patient assistance programs (PAPs) are usually sponsored by pharmaceutical companies and provide free or discounted prescriptions to low-to-moderate-income, uninsured and under-insured patients who meet certain guidelines. Eligibility and application requirements vary from program to program which can sometimes make applying difficult or confusing.
That's where we come in. We're an organization that helps to faciliate the completion of Patient Assistance forms and applications. We handle all the paper work for you and your doctors office, we do all the necessary filing, and we also work directly with the pharmaceutical companies to see through the entire approval process of your applications. Once enrolled your medications are typically mailed directly to your doorstep in 90-day supplies, we also assist with the prescription refill process.
If you would like to learn more about Patient Assistance Programs or need assistance with the application process please give us a call at 1-866-949-7353, or fill out the contact form above. We look forward to speaking with you!
I acknowledge that by submitting this Request for Assistance, I am expressly authorizing The Rx Advocates and/or its affiliates and agents to contact me via telephone at the number provided above. The Rx Advocates is not affiliated with the pharmaceutical company's, nor can we guarantee your acceptance into the PAP programs. Your approval will ultimately come from the pharmaceutical company that makes your medication.The employees working with our company are not licensed physicians or pharmacists. We are advocates that help to facilitate the completion of the PAP forms and applications. We cannot increase or decrease dosages, prescribe medication. The responsibility to taking the correct mediation as prescribed by your physician will fall to you, the patient. All text, images and other content of this website and materials are protected by copyright law and shall not be used, adapted or reproduced in any medium without the express, specific written consent of owner.