Financial Assistance for IBD Medication Expenses

Patient Education

Private Assistance Organizations

The following co-pay assistance foundations help people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) pay their out-of-pocket medication expenses. Depending on the type of treatment you and your provider have chosen, you will be able to utilize funds provided by the foundations to cover your medication expenses at your pharmacy or at Minnesota Gastroenterology.*  The diagnosis covered by each organization is noted. 

 

Chronic Disease Fund (Crohn’s Disease)

Phone:                         (877) 968-7233

Web address:              www.gooddaysfromcdf.org

Email:                          info@cdfund.org

HealthWell Foundation (Crohn’s Disease)

Phone:                         (800) 675-8416

Web address:              www.healthwellfoundation.org

Email:                          info@healthwellfoundation.org

Patient Access Network Foundation (Crohn’s Disease)

Phone:                         (866) 316-7263

Web address:              www.panfoundation.org

Email:                          contact@patientaccessnetwork.org

Patient Advocate Foundation (Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis)

Phone:                         (866) 512-3861

Web address:              www.copays.org

Other Options

The following organizations may help identify other financial assistance options available to you, regardless of your diagnosis.

 

Needy Meds

Phone:                         None available

Web address:              www.needymeds.org

Partnership for Prescription Assistance

Phone:                         (888) 477-2669

Web address:              www.pparx.org

RxAssist

Phone:                         None available

Web address:              www.rxassist.org

 

*If you are eligible for assistance from any co-pay assistance organization and will be using the funds at Minnesota Gastroenterology, please inform our Business Office by calling (612) 871-1145, option 5.


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