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Patients may donate unused or discontinued medications and supplies to a participating pharmacy or medical facility. Those items will be given to individuals that do not have insurance or are under-insured. Donations must:*Be accompanied by a completed drug repository donor form that is signed by the donor or that person’s authorized representative.*The drug is not adulterated or misbranded.*The drug will not expire until at least 90 days after the donation is made.*The drug is in its original, unopened tamper-evident unit packaging. Local participating pharmacies are:*Marshfield, 1000 N. Oak Ave., Marshfield (715) 387-9100 or (715) 389-3891*Marshfield, 630 S. Central Ave., Ste 106, Marshfield (715) 389-5900*Family Health Center Pharmacy, 200 E. Upham St., Marshfield (715) 389-7474 Further information is available via e-mail or on the website.
PO Box 2969
Are you confused about the Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Benefit? Are you having problems with Medicare Part D? The Disability Drug Benefit Helpline is here for you to call toll free.
NORD is a nonprofit organization established in 1983 by rare disease patient organization leaders to represent all Americans affected by rare diseases. NORD provides programs of advocacy, education, research, and patient/family services. It works closely with approximately 200 member organizations representing people with specific rare diseases. NORD still administers medication assistance programs for people who cannot afford their medications or their co-pays.
55 Kenosia Ave
Our mission is to increase awareness of patient assistance programs and boost enrollment of those who are eligible. The Partnership for Prescription Assistance offers a single point of access to more than 475 public and private patient assistance programs, including more than 150 programs offered by pharmaceutical companies. Eligibility: Patients who do not have prescription coverage and are having trouble affording their medicines.
Wisconsin residents who are 65 or older who meet one of the four levels of program participation are eligible for the SeniorCare program. Participants must pay an annual enrollment fee of $30 per one enrollee or $60 per couple. If your prescription drugs are covered under another health insurance plan, you can still be enrolled in SeniorCare. Individuals enrolled in Medicaid will not be eligible because Medicaid already provides prescription drug coverage. Staff at the Aging & Disability Resource Center can assist seniors who need help with filling out SeniorCare application forms. Contact ADRC-CW 888-486-9545.
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