Patient Advocate Foundation’s Co-Pay Relief (CPR) Program provides direct co-payment assistance to men with prostate cancer as well many other serious illnesses. Financial assistance is for pharmaceutical products to insured Americans who financially and medically qualify. They welcome Medicare Part D beneficiaries who require assistance with their pharmaceutical co-payments. The Program offers personal service to all patients through the use of CPR call counselors; personally guiding patients through the simple enrollment process. To apply or obtain additional information you should call (866)512-3861.
They also offer a dedicated website for medical providers (your doctor) seeking information about the Co-Pay Relief Program. This secured web site allows providers to apply electronically for the Co-Pay Relief Program on your behalf . Should your doctor wish to access this provider resource please have them contact the Co-Pay Relief Program at (866)512-3861 or (757)952-0118 to obtain information on how to register . Please note that the provider tax id number is required to complete the application process. Once approved, theywill receive a username and password for the site allowing future utilization of this web based service.
Joel T Nowak MA, MSW
Besides prostate cancer,i have,copd from bronchitis and phase3 emphysema,hpt.,acid refux,ptsd,major depression,an anxiety/panic attack disorder,short and long term memory loss.My co-pays have gone up and i cannot afford the over the counter meds my drs. want me to take.For example,mucinex,which actually relieves some of my lung pain,stool softeners,nasal sprays to moisten my nose from being on oxygen all day and night and the vitamins to help me as well.So as you can see my SSDI check of $1,260 doesnt go far after paying $920 for rent.So any help would be immensely appreciated. thank-you