Is there any programs to help pay for medication when you don't have insurance?

I recently switched jobs and now have no health insurance. The insurance my job offers is very expensive. I take medication each month and can have side effects if I stop taking them so does anyone know of any programs out there that can help me? I would like to add some more information to my question. I take Zoloft and Ativan. Since I no longer have insurance I am starting to feel the side effects of being without my medication. I do NOT qualify for Medicaid. Thanks to all of you who take the time to answer my question!

Asked By: *♥* Igotorbs*♥* - 10/5/2007
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You didn't mention which ones they were. *Admittedly I hate them, but....* Wal-Mart has a $4 prescription program. If your Rx are on their program list, then you're set.
Answered By: lmerrittaz - 10/5/2007
Additional Answers (5)
Sometimes the drug manufacturers have discount/free medication programs for those who can't afford them. Ask your doctor about it.
Answered By: velmicro - 10/5/2007
YES!! Every drug company sponsors some sort of program. But there are also other programs out there that have information about all of them. The most common one is: .But you can google the term perscription assistance and get others. But be sure you don't pay to get this information. It is FREE to get. If... More
Answered By: mystry72 - 10/5/2007
if you live in the US the only way you might get help is if you are low income. You might qualify for Medicaid or for programs run by the drug companies. Meds are just one thing you need to be concerned about. What will you do if you have to go to the hospital without insurance? If that happens you will wish you signed... More
Answered By: Diane M - 10/5/2007
Depending what your income is you might look at... More
Answered By: deltaqueen - 10/5/2007
I have a Insurance plan through ASI and its da bomb.I also work for them and the insurance is super low price with great benefits... More
Answered By: LaToya C - 10/5/2007
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