Find New Jersey Prescription Drug Assistance Programs

Senior Gold

Almost 200,00 New Jersey families are in this prescription drug assistance program. Participants in this plan pay a co-payment of just $15 plus up to 50% of the remaining cost of each covered prescription drug bill. Once participants reach annual out-of-pocket expenses greater than $2,000 for single persons or $3,000 for married couples or families, they only need to pay only a flat $15 co-payment per prescription thereafter. Call 1-800-792-9745 to apply or for more information.

Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled (PAAD)

This is a prescription drug program for the disabled and aged in New Jersey. Members of the PAAD program  are also required to enroll in the a Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan. In addition, participants will not have to pay premiums on their health care costs, do not need to pay any out-of-pocket costs beyond the regular PAAD costs of $6.00 generic and $7.00 brand co-payments, and they do need have to pay any premiums. This program can also be applied for by calling 1-800-792-9745.

New Jersey County Prescription Discount Card

Several counties offer a discount card for residents of just that county. The counties covered as of April 2009 include Atlantic County, Bergen County, Cumberland County, and Salem County. The discount card is free, and can provide up to 30% savings on prescription drugs, for all people, not just low income families. The card is offered from your local government thru a partnership with NACo. 1-877-321-2652.

Pharmaceutical Assistance and Services for Adults with Cystic Fibrosis

This assistance plan provides drugs and financial assistance to adults and others with cystic fibrosis, provided they meet income guidelines. (973) 595-1003. In addition to medications, financial support can also pay for medical equipment, Nutritional supplements, counseling, and other forms of health care for the condition.

NJ AIDS Drug Distribution Program (ADDP)

Receive AIDS related medications, save on bills, and find assistance if you are a low-income individual from this drug assistance program. There are some conditions to this plan, including income guidelines, insurance constraints, and other criteria. Many FDA approved medications and treatments are covered by the NJ ADDP program. Dial 1-877-613-4533 to apply.

In addition, locate more New Jersey assistance programs that can provide prescription medications as well as other aid.








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