Application Assistance for Pennsylvania

These programs provide assistance for those who want to get their medications through pharmaceutical company patient assistance programs. All are free or charge a small amount. Most help people in limited geographic areas.

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13 Help with Paperwork Programs in Pennsylvania

Program Name Who is helped City
Personal Navigator Program -Rx Support - Abington Underinsured and or uninsured residents of Montgomery County. Abington
Advocacy at HBFAAA - Bedford (main office) Pennsylvania residents who are 60 years of age or older and disabled residents of any age. Bedford
Parish Nursing Program at BVM Church Any needy person in the Darby area. Darby
Pennsylvania Patient Assistance Program (PA PAP) Uninsured and underinsured, over age 18, and do not have any RX coverage Harrisburg
Advocacy at HBFAAA - Huntingdon Pennsylvania residents who are 60 years of age or older and disabled residents of any age. Huntingdon
Advocacy at HBFAAA - Fulton Office Pennsylvania residents who are 60 years of age or older and disabled residents of any age. McConnellsburg
Pharmaceutical Assistance Program - Monaca Beaver county residents regardless of illness or condition Monaca
Prescription Assistance at Primary Care Center Residents of Mt. Morris and surrounding area in Greene County who are uninsured or underinsured and cannot afford their medications. Mt. Morris
Personal Navigator Program -Rx Support - Norristown Underinsured and or uninsured residents of Montgomery County. Norristown
Prescription Program at Health Care Access Uninsured, under insured, lower income residents of 19 Townships surrounding Phoenixville. Phoenixville
The Center for Pharmacy Services- Application Assistance The uninsured and underinsured residents of the Pittsburgh area. Pittsburg
Paying for Pharmacy Services - Medical Assistance Low income, uninsured or underinsured residents of Pennsylvania. The patient must have an income at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level and have a perscribing physician located in UPMC Falk Clinic, Kaufman Building or Internal Medicine at 9S MUH. Pittsburgh
Prescription Assistance Application Support Clients of this free clinic for persons at or below 300% of the federal poverty level. West Chester