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About Prescription Relief

ADVOCATES


You will be paired with your own personal advocate that will work solely with your individual account. This advocate will keep you informed of any changes related to your account and will be fully accessible at your convenience. Your advocate will continue to work on your behalf in order to ensure that any changes in dosage, refills or prescription medication will be accurately documented. On average, we save our clients $500 or more per month through drug assistance. Many clients save thousands of dollars per year in prescription medication costs. Once we receive your completed application, you will receive your medications within 10 to 14 business days.


 

What is a Prescription Advocate?

An advocate is a person who supports or recommends something that speaks up for another person to plead for a benefit on behalf of that person. We speak up for you when it comes to finding your prescriptions at a FREE or reduced cost.

What does an Advocate do for me?

Advocates work with you one-on-one to make sure you get the maximum amount of help obtaining your prescription drugs. Your personal Advocate will work with you, your doctors and the programs to ensure you get all your medication.

Why Do I Need a Prescription Advocate?

Applying for free medicine is a complex process that must be completed correctly to be approved. Your advocate will understand your specific situation and will know exactly how to complete your applications to be approved as fast as possible.

  • Work directly with your Doctor & Pharmacy
  • Write hardship letters on your behalf
  • Request refills of your medicines
  • Complete paperwork, and submit applications

Prescription Advocates provide personalized patient support to seek out free or significantly reduce the costs of medications and services to help people better manage their health care and the costs associated with personal wellness.

What Services Do Advocates Provide?

Advocates will work on your behalf to save you money on prescription medicine. Your advocate will continue to work on your behalf to ensure that any changes in dosage, refills or prescription medication will be accurately documented.

  • Find assistance programs you qualify for
  • Administrate healthcare coordination
  • Communicate with drug manufacturers
  • Manage annual re-enrollment process

If you are uninsured, this is a great alternative for financial support for the high costs of healthcare services and prescription medications. Each program has unique criteria and rules in which individuals and families qualify for assistance.

 

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