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Assistance from RX Outreach.

RX Outreach is a mom-profit organization that operate a pharmacy. They offer low cost or even free medications to struggling and/or uninsured patients. In other words, Rx Outreach operates an extensive prescription drug assistance program that offers substantial savings as well as free medication to those who need help.

While the uninsured and/or low income may get assistance from the non-profit, anyone (regardless of their income) can use its services. Also note the non-profit operates as a pharmacy and they will mail their customers the prescription drugs they need, which also simplifies the process. The company has thousands of generic drugs (as well as some name brand) that it now offers and it will provide them for free to anyone with a U.S. address whose income is no greater than 300 percent of the federal poverty level.

Types of medications provides by RX Outreach

Anyone can register their current prescription with the company and they can transfer it to RX Outreach. They have Patient Care Advocates that will help customers through this process. The non-profit will work with a customer’s current pharmacy on the steps involved as well.

Rx Outreach mostly focuses on offering a generic prescription drug assistance program. They have  over 1000 medicines in about 50 therapeutic categories. The services are offered to low income families, seniors, and others who need help. The mail in concept is a great option for senior citizens, the disabled as well as homebound among others.

Many of the medicines that Rx Outreach provides for free or on a discounted basis are not those prescriptions that are available through the highly advertised generic programs offered by many major retail chains such as WalMart, Costco, or Target. This also provides customers more flexibility to ensure they get the assistance they need. While costs due vary by medication, however the prices are low and hundreds of medications are available in a 180-day supply for only $20.




RX Outreach is a free program

Maybe best of all, there is no membership fee that is required for using the RX Outreach services. Clients will not need to pay any membership costs either. The company is able to do this as they are a non-profit and they also partner with a number of other organizations out there. However when they do order medications there will be a small administrative fee charged to offset shipping and packaging costs.

Any individual of any age can use Rx Outreach assistance program as long as he/she meets the income guidelines. The program is 100% free. Also, since its inception way back in 2004, the Rx Outreach program has helped millions of get the medications that they need at an affordable, discounted or free price. In a typical year tens if not hundreds of thousands of individuals across the country use and benefit from this service. The RX Outreach program offers prescription medicines to both underinsured and uninsured individuals and families, as well as those who have limited prescription drug coverage on their health insurance plan.

To sign up for the Rx Outreach, patients just need to complete a simple, quick application and then mail the application in with the valid prescription from their doctor or healthcare provider. On-line transfers of the medications to RX Outreach can also be done. No additional supporting documentation is required to join the program, and there are no membership fees.

Programs terms and benefits

A number of conditions need to be met and the program is closely administered. A non-profit charity organizations currently oversees the services and sets the conditions that need to be followed. Some of the benefits include the following.





Those who are enrolled may be able to transfer their current prescriptions to Rx Outreach so they can save money when they need to reorder their existing medications. Please note that your prescriptions must have enough refills for a 90-day supply in order to be able to complete the transfer.

If you have questions on the medications that you should or should not be taking, then a pharmacist is available to answer those questions about your medications. If you are enrolled and in order to get your questions answered, dial 1-800-769-3880. A Patient Advocate may also provide the support that a customer needs.

Medications will be sent to you in the mail, sometimes using express services such as USPS or Fed Ex. All packages are fully secured and handled by pharmacists, so shipping the goods is safe and efficient. Members will need to pay some minimal costs for this transaction. However the savings passed on to consumers is still very extensive, even when factoring in this fee.

Rx Outreach also partners with a number of government funded community clinics, pharmacies, hospitals, and other medical providers. They do this to help ensure the highest quality of medical care is offered as well as number of prescriptions.

How to apply for RX Outreach

The customer support/application number is 1-888-796-1234. Or contact to learn more or to apply for help.


By Jon McNamara

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