If someone you care for is
having difficulty getting the medicines or medical products they
need, you have come to the right place. Access2wellness is designed
to assist people with limited or no health insurance get the help
they need to lead healthier lives.
Through access2wellness, you can learn about a variety of assistance
programs that, combined, offer more than 1,000 prescription medicines
and medical products for free or at a discount to qualified
individuals. Through this site, you can help the person you care for
find the program that is best for them.
This site contains information about these programs and can help
determine if the person you provide care for might be eligible to
Please Note: This website includes applications you can use to apply
for assistance. If, as a caregiver, you apply on someone else’s
behalf, please be sure the person understands and is interested in
the program. Some applications require signatures from the applicant
and their health care professional and will be kept confidential. If
additional follow-up is required, a program specialist will
communicate directly with the applicant and health care professional.
Thank you for your concern and initiative on behalf of those for whom
you provide care.
available through access2wellness
Johnson & Johnson Patient Assistance Foundation -
The operating companies of Johnson & Johnson have a
long-standing commitment to helping patients access medicines. The
operating companies of Johnson & Johnson donate free prescription
medicines to the Johnson & Johnson Patient Assistance Foundation (JJPAF).
JJPAF is an independent, private non-profit organization that assists
patients without financial resources and prescription coverage to
obtain free prescription products donated by the Johnson & Johnson
To learn more about the Foundation patient assistance
programs or to apply for assistance, please visit our website jjpaf.org
or call and speak to one of our Program Specialists at 800-652-6227.
If the product you need is not available via this program,
please go to the Partnership for Prescription Assistance Web site www.PPARx.org or call 888-477-2669 to access
additional information about other available medications.
for Prescription Assistance (PPA) helps the
person you care find the best public or private prescription
assistance program to get the discounted and free prescription
medications they need. It also has links to many other health care
services and partner organizations. Learn more.
Access® offers savings on prescription
products from many leading pharmaceutical companies. Learn more.
Prescription Drug Coverage Program (Medicare Part D)
may help the person you care for pay for prescription medications if
he or she is eligible for Medicare. Learn more.
and local programs for discounted or free prescription medications
are often available to residents who qualify. Look for the
appropriate state under Participating Programs on the PPA website, PPARx.org
to learn more.