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Can't Afford Your Medication? Try Prescription Hope

I know what’s it like to be uninsured, under-insured, or not able to afford high cost co-pays for prescription medications. Trust me, I’ve been there more times than I count. I’d like to share a resource with you that may be able to help you get your prescription medications for only $15 a month. The program is called Prescription Hope. This program is supported by many physicians  I have encountered and Prescription Hope is even an Accredited Business listed in the Better Business Bureau. I don’t work for Prescription Hope, I don’t get paid for posting this, and I have no stock interest in them (that makes me lol). I am merely sharing this resource with the hopes that it helps at least one person.

About Prescription Hope

What They Offer

Common Questions

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Kimberly--Blog Owner

Kimberly is the owner and editor of Saving More Than Me.  She started blogging in 2009–one year after receiving a Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis. She lives in Richmond, VA with her husband and five fur kids. If you’d like to learn more about Kimberly {including what subjects her Master’s degrees are in}, click here.

Kimberly--Blog Owner

Kimberly--Blog Owner

One comment

  1. Hello. It is now $18.00 per month per medication.

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