There are a number of ways to make your prescriptions more affordable, depending on your situation and the medications you need.
- Ask your doctor or pharmacist if a generic version is available. Generic drugs are typically less expensive than brand-name drugs. Learn more.
- Consider getting your prescriptions through a mail-order pharmacy. Learn more.
- Look for coupons on the internet by searching for the drug name and financial assistance. You may find coupons on the following websites:
Assistance programs can help you better afford the prescriptions you need
Contact the maker of your prescription to see if they offer a program to help make it more affordable.
Ask your health insurance plan about any programs available to help you get your prescriptions.
NH Medication Bridge Program
This program helps people with low incomes access needed, long-term prescriptions.
NH ServiceLink Resource Center Network
- http://www.referweb.net/nhsl/ -- type "prescription" in the "Search by Service Keyword" box for a list of programs and resources
- Toll free phone: (866) 634-9412
If you can't afford your medical care and prescriptions on a regular basis, see if you qualify for Medicaid. Medicaid pays for certain health care costs, including prescriptions, for people with limited income and resources. To see if you qualify, visit the New Hampshire Medicaid Program website: