Medication Assistance Programs

If you can’t afford medicines that a healthcare provider has prescribed you, you may be eligible for programs that help you pay for your medicines. These programs can be offered by pharmaceutical companies, nonprofit groups or state governments. 

Walmart $4 Prescriptions Program
Check out Walmart’s list of prescription medicines, including for diabetes, that quality for $4 for a 30-day supply.  

Needy Meds
Search for coupons that can be used with commercial insurance plans to lower co-payments. You can also access forms for Patient Assistance Programs on the site. 

Partnership for Prescription Assistance
This program will help low-income, uninsured patients get free or low-cost, brand-name medicines.

Search for specific medications and the site will show you coupons that you can print and use at different pharmacies, including Kroger, CVS and Walgreens. 

Look up the medicines you need to find assistance programs. They also help with the application process.

Connect to Care Program, Dallas County Aging and Disability Resource Center


Medicare Extra Help Program
To qualify, you must be receiving Medicare. 
Apply online

Texas Medicaid

Senior Prescription Assistance Program

Texas Benefits Counseling & Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs


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    Michael's Story

    When Michael found out he had diabetes, he remembers experiencing denial.