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Drug Assistance



BI-MART Offers its members ($5 for a lifetime membership) many low-cost generic drugs at $3.99 for a 30-day supply or $10.99 for a 100-day supply.

Fred Meyer Offers many low-cost generic drugs at $4.00 for a 30-day supply or $10.00 for a 90-day supply.

Lilly TruAssist Free Lilly medicines for qualifying individuals, shipped to your provider's office.

NeedyMeds Find help with the cost of medicine.

Oregon Prescription Drug Program A state-sponsored prescription discount card program.

Oregon Rx Card Free statewide Prescription Assistance Program.

PPA The Partnership for Prescription Assistance helps qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get free or low-cost medicines through programs that's right for them.

PPARxOR is a program that connects qualified, low-income people with discount prescription drugs, direct from the pharmaceutical manufacturer.

RxAssist is a directory of Patient Assistance Programs.

Rx Outreach is a nonprofit charity that provides critical medicine for people who can't afford it.

RxISK is a free, independent drug safety website.

Target Offers many low-cost generic drugs at $4.00 for a 30-day supply or $10.00 for a 90-day supply.

Together Rx Access Access to immediate savings on prescriptions at neighborhood pharmacies.

Xubex Pharmacy Services Discount and free medications, and other assistance.


Visit the NAMI national website for additional resources.

NAMI Oregon
4701 SE 24th Ave., Suite E
Portland OR 97202
503-230-8009 and 1-800-343-6264
Fax 503-230-2573

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