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Prescription Hope is a nationally recognized prescription medication access program headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. We access over 1,500 FDA-approved prescription medications for the set price of $50 per month for each medication. This covers 100% of the medication cost no matter the retail price. Prescription Hope is NOT a prescription discount card or an insurance plan. Prescription Hope works with over 180 U.S. based pharmaceutical manufacturers to access over 1,500 FDA-approved medications. This includes the top-100 prescribed medications in the United States offered by big name medication companies. There are no additional costs or hidden fees associated with the medications obtained through Prescription Hope. We will never charge a fee for any medication that we cannot access for you.

For over a decade, more than 80,000 Americans have benefited from our services, with a combined savings of over $300 million dollars. Join the thousands of individuals and families who trust Prescription Hope every month for their prescription medications.

The average income to qualify for Prescription Hope:

  • An individual earning around $30,000 per year.
  • Households with a combined income of around $50,000 per year.
  • Guidelines increase with each additional dependent in households earning a combined income of up to $100,000 per year.

Each individual is required to complete a short Enrollment Form to start receiving their medications with Prescription Hope. Once the Enrollment Form is received our advocates will request additional information, including proof of income. From there our advocates work to order, manage, and refill your prescription medications month after month. If you have additional questions about the enrollment process, contact one of our representatives to learn more.

No, you do not have to have insurance coverage.

Yes, Prescription Hope is a value-added prescription medication access program. We supplement your coverage and provide access to prescription medications at the set price of $50 per month per medication. This covers 100% of the medication cost, no matter the retail price.

After enrollment, you can typically expect to receive your first 90 day supply of medication delivered to your home or doctor’s office within 4 to 6 weeks. Where the medication is delivered, as well as the method of delivery, is determined by each individual pharmaceutical manufacturer. We will notify you in writing as to where each of your medications will be delivered. Once you receive your first shipment of medication, our advocates work to prevent any gaps in medication coverage by managing the ongoing refill process to make sure that you receive your medications on time month after month.

One of the many services included with Prescription Hope is medication refills. We have a team dedicated to refilling each medication for all of our patients, every month.

Our medication list is updated frequently. We are adding new medications every day. List all of your medications on the enrollment form and then submit it. We will never charge a fee for any medication that we cannot access for you.

If you take Generic medication, list the medication on your application and we will let you know if any brand-name substitutes are available. Our highly-trained patient advocates will provide access to as many of your prescribed medications as possible. If your generic medication costs more than $50 for a 30 day supply, we may be able to get the brand-name equivalent.

Prescription Hope has a formulary of over 1,500 medications that we can obtain for the set price of $50 per month for each medication. This covers 100% of the medication cost, no matter the retail price.

There are no enrollment fees with Prescription Hope. Once you submit your enrollment form the pre-qualification process begins. If we find we are unable to access your medication through this process there will be no charges.

Within 48 hours of receiving your enrollment form we will know which medications we can begin processing for you. At that time the first monthly payment will be processed. You will not be charged for any medication that we are unable to obtain for you.

Typically, within 48 hours we will know which medications we can begin processing for you and take the first payment for each medication at that time. After that you will be debited on the 5th day of each month unless the 5th falls on a weekend or a holiday, in which case the debit will occur on the prior business day. Prescription Hope is a service-based prescription medication access program. This means that once your enrollment form has been submitted to us, we begin working immediately to access your medication.

You can expect to receive your medication 4-6 weeks after the initial submission of your enrollment form. It is critical that we receive the requested documentation as soon as possible so that we can begin processing your medication orders. Once your first shipment of medication arrives, we handle all the refills going forward to prevent any gaps in your medication coverage.

More than 1,500 FDA-approved medications from over 180 U.S.-based pharmaceutical manufacturers are offered by Prescription Hope. Click here to calculate your medication savings.

There is no limit to the number of medications you can receive through Prescription Hope. Whether you need one medication or many medications, we have you covered. If additional medications are needed, simply visit the My Account page of the website to add your medications.

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Note: For minors, please include all their personal, medical, and provider information but include the parent or legal guardian’s financial information. Please remember to add a parent or legal guardian’s contact information listed as an emergency contact so we know who to talk to concerning the minor’s account.

There are no age restrictions for an individual to enroll with prescription hope.

Note: For minors, please include all their personal, medical, and provider information but include the parent or legal guardian’s financial information. Please remember to add a parent or legal guardian’s contact information listed as an emergency contact so we know who to talk to concerning the minor’s account.

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